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Travel Deal Tuesday: Flights To Caribbean Starting At $190 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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As winter storms rolled through the Midwest region this past week, it’s safe to say that now is the best time to start thinking about vacationing in warmer weather, especially in the Caribbean. With year-round temperatures averaging in the mid-80s, it comes to no surprise that the islands are the best places to escape the cold.

December through April are the busiest months to travel to the Caribbean because the weather tends to be milder than the summer season, humidity is low, and the rainfall is manageable. This busy period, however, often comes with an expensive price tag on flights. The good news is as flight deals continue from major airlines during Travel Deal Tuesday, now is the best time to plan that trip to the Caribbean.

Using the same method outlined in Travel Noire’s previous post on Travel Deal Tuesday flights to Europe, here are the best flight deals to the Caribbean:

From Washington, D.C. Area

Flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico for $189

Flights to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico for $194

Flights to Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands $250


Can you splurge more? Saint Barthélemy is on sale for $751 round-trip. This trip is more than $300 cheaper than average prices.

 

 

From Detroit

Flights to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico for $206

Flights to Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic for $287

Flights to Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands for $293

Flights to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos for $399

From Phoenix

Flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico for $300

Flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica for $303

Flights to Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands $360

Flights to Cartagena, Colombia for $388

 

From Charlotte

Flights to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico for $290

Flights to Kingston, Jamaica for $358

Flights to Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands for $385

Flights to Mayaguez, Puerto Rico for $356

 

From Los Angeles

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico for $291

Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands for $316

Cartagena, Colombia for $316

Bridgetown, Barbados $436

From Minneapolis

Flights to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico for $206

Flights to Bogota, Colombia $260

Flights to Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands $260

Flights to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic $325

From Philadelphia

Flights to Cancun, Mexico for $263

Flights to San Jose, Costa Rica for $270

Flights to Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands for $260

Flights to Cartagena, Colombia for $304

 

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