CHEAPEST ROUTE FROM San Juan TO Havana
San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport (SJU) to Havana (HAV)
Typically, flights to Havana from San Juan are cheaper when flying from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl to Havana Jose Marti Intl, which has an average price of $275
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO HAVANA FROM SAN JUAN LUIS MUNOZ MARIN INTL AIRPORT||March||15% cheaper||Flying from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport to Havana costs on average just $233 in March|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO HAVANA FROM SAN JUAN LUIS MUNOZ MARIN INTL AIRPORT||July||32% more expensive||It costs about $362 for flights to Havana from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport in July|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO HAVANA FROM SAN JUAN LUIS MUNOZ MARIN INTL AIRPORT||November||206% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Havana from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Intl Airport in November than any other month|
Havana’s warm, tropical climate has two distinct seasons. The best time to visit is during the dry season, December – May, when you can expect plenty of blue skies. Even during midwinter, temperatures remain comfortable at 79 – 81 degrees Fahrenheit and it can get very busy in Havana with tourists escaping chilly weather at home. The wet season begins in June and, with the onset of hurricane season in August – October, many tourists avoid Havana. If you choose to visit at this time, you’ll miss the crowds and can find good deals, but make sure that you book refundable flights and accommodation.
The best deal found on momondo in the last two weeks was a flight to Havana from Mérida for $132. This is 81% cheaper than most flight deals to Havana. To find the cheapest price to Havana from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
The cheapest month to fly to Havana from United States is in September. Flight prices, which tend to average around $321, are often lower during this time because this is during the off-season. If you aren’t able to travel during the month of September, then book flights to Havana from United States during October instead. Flights to Havana in October, while not as cheap as those in September, still average around $324.
The best time to book a flight to Havana from United States is 60 days out, which is when prices tend to be around $371.
The cheapest day to depart from United States to Havana is on a Tuesday when prices can be found for as low as $357. When flying out on a Thursday, the most expensive travel day of the week, you can expect to see flight prices from United States to Havana for around $401.
According to our data, the cheapest time of day to fly to Havana is at noon. momondo users have found flights departing from United States to Havana at noon for as low as $245. Keep in mind that these prices may fluctuate based on what airline you choose and the time of year you plan to travel. In the morning is when there is more demand to fly to Havana, so prices are often more expensive at around $384 per ticket.
Visitors planning their vacations to Havana should book their flights for January, February, or March if they are planning on visiting Playas del Este.
Those flying to Havana could potentially find better pricing at Varadero Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport (60 mi from Havana city center) or Nueva Gerona Rafael Cabrera Airport (93 mi from Havana city center) depending on the month and departure airport.
You can find deals at Varadero Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport for $681pp on average, but that price can change based on your departure airport. To save money, try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
Cuba has resumed commercial and charter flights.Entry requirements
Travelers must complete a Traveler Health Declaration or "Declaración de Sanidad del Viajero" and present it upon arrival. Travelers will be tested on arrival (a ‘PCR’ swab and a temperature test), there is a charge of USD 30 for the PCR test. From January 1, travelers must have a certified proof of a negative result of a PCR test taken within 72 hours before travel at an accredited testing center in the country they are traveling from. Children are not exempt. They will still be given a PCR test on arrival in Cuba.Quarantine requirements
Tourists arriving on holiday charter flights will be transferred directly to their hotels and will be briefed on further medical checks or testing within the hotel. Tourists arriving to Cayo Coco (CCC) must have a reservation confirmation of an approved hotel. All travelers on commercial flights are subject to self-isolation and must undertake a second PCR test. If the result for the second test is negative, they will no longer have to self-isolate. Travelers showing symptoms of COVID-19 may be isolated. Travelers who tests positive for COVID-19 will be hospitalized immediately, at own their own expense.
You can now fly non-stop to Havana, Cuba! US airlines offering direct flights include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, jetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and United. Flights with one or more stops are available from Copa, aeromexico, Interjet, TACA, Avianca, LATAM Airlines Group, Cayman Airways, Caribbean Airlines, and Air China.
Havana Jose Marti International Airport (HAV)
The airport is located in the town of Boyeros, 9 miles southwest of Havana. Here are a few options for travel to Downtown Havana.
Many tourists have transfers pre-arranged by their tour operator and included in their vacation package. When you exit the terminal, look for your tour operator, who should be clearly identified and will have your party listed for transfer.
You can engage a taxi outside the airport, or pre-arrange for a cab ride. The drive to Havana will take about 20 – 30 minutes, and should cost you around $20 – $25 CUC. Always negotiate the fare beforehand, meters are rarely used.
There are local buses available at Terminal 1, but payment is required in Cuban National Pesos (CUP), and tourist use of these buses is not recommended; they are overcrowded and safety could be an issue.
Havana is a great place to see on foot. Get up early for a stroll, or head out in the late afternoon and evening, because midday temperatures, combined with the humidity, can be oppressive. Otherwise, stick to the taxis to get around; Havana’s public buses are crowded and unreliable.
You’ll find taxis on every corner in Havana and they’re a great choice for transport in the city. There are yellow old-style Panataxis, newer models (with air conditioning), and a host of official and private taxis, ranging from battered old Ladas, to luxurious Mercedes Benz. Rates are variable, but most of the meters start at $1.00 CUC for the first kilometer, and then charge between $.50 CUC and $.85 CUC for each additional kilometer.
Havana is not an easy place to drive around in; the streets are poorly marked and rental cars relatively expensive. With excellent taxi service readily available and affordable, why rent a car?
Tourist travel to Cuba remains prohibited. You must obtain a license from the Department of Treasury or your travel must fall into one of 12 categories of authorized travel. See the entry, exit and visa requirements on this page.
Visiting Havana is like entering a time warp. Classic cars and Colonial architecture abound. The city’s fascinating history and vibrant energy create an atmosphere that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Here are some good ideas for planning your itinerary.
Cuba has dual currencies, which can be a bit confusing. They began using the dual currency system in 1994 in response to the breakup of the Soviet Union, to help them re-enter the global economy. Tourists generally need Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) to pay for accommodation, items from shops, food in tourist restaurants and transportation.
In 2017, new restrictions on travel by US citizens to Cuba were brought in, which limit individual “people-to-people” trips and direct financial transactions with a long list of restaurants, shops and hotels. To travel legally to Cuba, visitors must travel as part of an organized group, or travel must fall within 12 categories, including humanitarian and religious travel, family visits, journalistic activity, professional research and participation in public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions.