Cayo Santa Maria
What’s the weather like in Cayo Santa Maria in March?
With hours of Caribbean sunshine and just light tropical showers, the Cayo Santa Maria weather in March is some of the best all year. This modern Cuban island isn’t as hot as between May to September, but there’s less humidity and you’ll love relaxing on the many golden sandy beaches.
The weather on the north coast of Cuba’s influenced by the dry and wet seasons. March is one of the drier months and the warm Caribbean waters also help to keep temperatures on the island consistently high. Cayo Santa Maria’s shielded a little from any cooler winds that may move east from the Gulf of Mexico.
The weather in Cayo Santa Maria in March, like it is in the nearby country of Cuba, is very enjoyable. The average daytime high temperature will be 28°C or slightly higher, with just a cool breeze from the Caribbean Sea. This may dip to around 21°C when light clouds appear. The average night time temperature’s a comfortable 20°C. You’ll see plenty of sunshine during your trip to this pretty part of north Cuba, with an average of eight hours from 12 hours of daylight. The sun doesn’t set until 7.30pm at the end of March. You’ll enjoy swimming in the warm waters, which will be about 25°C at this time. The UV levels are high so take care in the sun as you relax along the beaches or cool off with a drink at your pool.