The name Cuba evokes all kinds of images: from revolutionary posters, to faded vintage cars, to pristine beaches. Cuba is a fantastic and beautiful country to visit, with lots to see and do everywhere you go. Once difficult to travel through, with tourists restricted to their resort enclaves, Cuba has opened up to become a buzzing holiday island. Why not try a Cuba wakeboard trip?
Wakeboarding is still a developing sport in Cuba, and it can be a little tricky finding a boat to pull your board. But, increasingly resorts are realising that there is a demand, and are meeting it. Big hotel chains have the resources to offer wakeboarding courses and rides, and have started to do so in the last few years. Intrepid wakeboarders with their own board might also be able to persuade a friendly local with a boat to take them out.
Conditions for wakeboarding in Cuba tend to vary, with swell and chop on some beaches, at least some of the time. November to April is the dry season, and the best time to visit. The rest of the year is prone to hurricanes and generally best avoided by wakeboarders and holidaymakers! Water temperatures reach into the high twenties all year round.
A Cuba wakeboard trip is a great opportunity to discover this fascinating island and its gorgeous coastline. With wakeboarding a fairly new sport on the island, you might need to do a bit of work to hunt down a boat to take you out, but it will certainly be worth it. Cuba’s warm, clear waters are just perfect. Take a trip to the island and see for yourself…