Cayo Coco Airport

Located in north-central Cuba on the island of Cayo Coco, Jardines del Rey Airport is the gateway to some of Cuba's most famous all-inclusive resorts. Translated as "the King's Garden" and named to honor the Spanish conquistadors that discovered the surrounding area, Jardines del Rey Airport is also a perfect starting point for travellers looking to explore the eponymous archipelago. With Skyscanner, visitors can find the cheapest flights to Cayo Coco via Jardines del Rey Airport, especially if they have flexible travel dates.

Best Times to Book a Flight to Jardines del Rey/Cayo Coco

Because of its location in the Caribbean, there's really no bad time to travel to Cayo Coco. Temperatures remain around 28 degrees Celsius throughout much of the year during the day, giving visitors a year-round chance to explore its white sand beaches or take a dip in the crystal clear blue waters. However, the winter is perhaps a bit more visitor-friendly. Dry season is from December to April, and although temperatures dip between 18 degrees and 27 degrees, avoiding hurricane season, rain, and oppressive humidity makes this time ideal.

Between May and November, Cayo Coco gets exceptionally humid and rainy, but popularity falls off. Visitors won't have to battle for accommodation nearly as much during these summer months. Fortunately, Skyscanner allows travellers to set a price alert to get the best rates no matter when they decide to fly.

Airlines That Fly to Jardines del Rey/Cayo Coco

As one of the most popular tourist destinations for Canadians, most of Canada's airlines fly to Jardines del Rey throughout the year or provide seasonal flights during the winter. Air Canada, WestJet, and Sunwing Airlines are just a few of the airlines that fly from Canada. For a complete list of Canadian and foreign airlines, head over to the airlines page on Skyscanner.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Built in 2002, Jardines del Rey Airport makes it easy to explore the northern Cuban islands that share the same name. The airport is actually on an island north of the mainland that's connected via a 17-kilometre causeway. Most resorts are a 10- to 45-minute drive from the airport.

Most visitors arriving already have a shuttle arrangement with their tour operator, which picks them up from the terminal. Taxis are also available, but visitors who want the extra freedom should try to book a car rental in advance from Skyscanner.

Airport Facilities

Jardines del Rey is a smaller airport, consisting of just a single terminal, yet it's sizeable enough to handle about 200,000 passengers per year. Amenities for passengers waiting on departing flights include a restaurant, VIP lounge, souvenir shops, two duty-free shops, a snack bar, and a currency exchange.

What to See and Do in Jardines del Rey/Cayo Coco

The key to enjoying a visit to Cayo Coco is relaxation. Laying out for a tan, swimming, and lounging at the beach are the most popular activities. However, a trip to El Baga Nature Park is worth the time. Here, visitors can see forests, lagoons, and maybe even animals such as a flamingos, crocodiles, or iguanas.

With some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, Jardines del Rey is a superb vacation destination. After booking your accommodation, relaxation is a flight away.

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 Location Details

Longitude:78° 30' 29'' W
Latitude:22° 30' 45'' N

 Airport Location

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