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Round-Trip Flights To Martinique For As Low As $298

By Parker Diakite

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Fort-de-France, the capital of Martinique, is known for its colorful architecture, exotic beaches and tropical flowers.

You will find that the highlights of your trip to Martinique will include the outdoors and the beauty the island has to offer.

Jardin de Balata. Located just outside Fort-de-France is a beautiful garden that’s home to more than 3,000 varieties of tropical plants from around the world.

While you’re in the area of Jardin de Balata, be sure to explore Cascade Didier where you will access a beautiful waterfall in the middle of the forest.

Martinique offers some of the best shopping destinations in the Caribbean, where a variety of its local shops and boutiques showcase Creole tradition. Couleur Ebene, located at 13 Rue Garnier Pages, is where you will find a celebration of African and Caribbean Creole tradition and fashion.

The Covered Market, or Spice Market or even Grand Marché is known for its wide variety of spices, fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, rum, and local handicrafts.


There are several small restaurants located within the market and that offer local cuisine. This is where you want to eat.

Flights to Martinique are on sale from the East Coast for as low as $298. Here’s how to book.

From New York

Norwegian Airlines has nonstop flights as early as Feb. 25 for $298 round-trip from New York. Book your vacation through March 6 for a flight this cheap.

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From Miami

Head to Fort-de-France as early as March for those of you leaving from Miami.  Right now, Google Flights has a round-trip flight for $333 from March 21 through March 27. This flight is more than $300 cheaper than normal.

From Atlanta

A few options are leaving Atlanta for a vacation as early as May.

The cheapest, however, is on Delta Airlines and Air France for $369 round-trip. Use May 21 through May 28 as your travel dates. Flights are $200 cheaper than normal, according to Google Flights.

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