The most common electricity voltage in Cuba is 110 Volts, alternating at 60 cycles per second.

Occasionally you will also find 220 V, especially in newer hotels, but those are the exception.


So, if you travel to Cuba with a device that does not accept 110V/60Hz, you will need to get a voltage converter.

We recommend to use a surge protector as well for electronic devices, laptops, portable videoplayers, and the like.

Generally speaking, Cubans use a surge protector on every electronic device of value they own, to protect them against the frequent electrical surges.

Due to fuel saving programs, electricity is sometimes cut. However, most hotels have their own generators powerful enough to allow lighting.

Be aware that if you travel during hurricane season and bad weather hits, it is very likely that the electricity supply will be affected and could remain off for some days.

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