What’s the weather like in Cayo Coco in March?
If you want to bask in the Cuban sun and avoid the rain, March is the best time to visit. It’s one of the driest months of the year with comfortable temperatures and low humidity. Showers are usually short and fleeting, meaning you can get back to relaxing on the sunny beach in no time.
Located off the north of the Ciego de Avila province, Cayo Coco benefits from the warmth of the Cuban sun without the heat becoming unbearable. Refreshing winds help to keep the heat at bay and since there’s very little rain in March, there’s no need to carry an umbrella in your beach bag.
Cayo Coco weather in March can be quite unpredictable. Temperatures rise to 28°C during the day and drop to lows of 18°C at night. Offshore breezes usually don’t go over 14 mph. You’ll have 12 hours of uninterrupted sunshine with just 51mm of rain over a six-day period. Showers are quick to pass, so a raincoat isn’t necessary.