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Flight Deal: Cartagena For As Low As $195 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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If you’re looking for a place to visit this March – consider a trip to Cartagena.

It’s a great time to visit this popular destination as it’s not as busy when compared to the rest of the year.

In addition to enjoying this beautiful city without the crowds, you will find that January through March is the best time to explore the beaches and landscapes while the weather is warm but not too humid.

And despite it technically being an off-season for travel, there is still a lot to do in March.

You may have just missed one of the largest carnival festivals in the region outside of Brazil known as Barranquilla from the month before, but it’s still a festive time with the country’s International Film Festival.

The Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias (FICCI) is one of the oldest film festivals in the region. The five-day film festival and celebration is one of the best times to see some of the best movies in Latin America.

Here’s how to travel to Cartagena for as low as $195 Round-Trip.

From Orlando

Flights from Orlando can be purchased for as low as $195 from Mar. 24 through Mar. 31 on Spirit Airlines, according to Skyscanner.

Orlando to Cartagena Skyscanner

From Dallas

Flights from Dallas can be purchased for as low as $247 round-trip on Spirit Airlines, according to Skyscanner. 

Just use Mar. 24 through Mar. 31 as your travel dates

Dallas to Cartagena Skyscanner

From New York City

The cheapest flights leaving New York to Cartagena are in early March, according to Skyscanner.

Just use Mar. 10 through Mar. 17 as your travel dates to purchase a round-trip flight for $247 round-trip.

New York City To Cartagena Skyscanner

From Los Angeles

The cheapest flights from Los Angeles to Cartagena mimic the departure dates leaving New York City. A one-week stay from Mar. 10 through Mar. 17 can be purchased for $325 round-trip on Spirit Airlines, according to Skyscanner.

Los Angeles To Cartagena Skyscanner
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