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Flight Deal: From Several Cities To Virgin Islands For $219 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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Known for its beaches, scenery, and water sports, St. Thomas is often referred to as the gateway isle of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Located in the Caribbean, St. Thomas is a vibrant and bustling city that offers various activities to relax and unwind.

If you’re looking to unplug from your day-to-day life, there are more than 40 major beaches to choose from.

Bolongo Bay offers those of you looking for a quiet beach stay with coconut trees and hammocks on your side. You can also rent kayaks, water bikes, and more.

Lindquist Beach is one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in St. Thomas, according to VI Now.  It is also a part of a protected 21-acre area called Smith Bay Park. Here you will find crystal clear water that is perfect for swimming.

If you want to mix up your stay in St. Thomas with adventure, sign up to snorkel, kayak and swim with sea turtles at Turtle Cove and Honeymoon Beach.  Turtle Cove will allow you to explore coral reefs that are home to tropical fish including, snapper, hamlets, parrotfish, surgeonfish, squirrelfish and other sea life including turtle.


Here’s how to book a flight to St. Thomas for as low as $219 round-trip.

From New York

Both Spirit and United Airlines have flights to the Virgin Islands for less than $300 round-trip. The cheapest option is on Spirit Airlines for $219.  United, however, has a nonstop flight for $249 leaving Newark. Both flights leave out on Feb. 27 and return on March 7.

From Atlanta

Spirit Airlines has a flight to St. Thomas from Atlanta from Feb. 26 through March 5 for $234 round-trip, according to Google Flights.

From Chicago 

Those of you leaving from the Chicago area can head to St. Thomas for as low as $249 round-trip on Spirit Airlines, according to Google Flights. Use Feb. 26 through March 5 as your travel dates.

From Los Angeles 

Spirit Airlines has round-trip flights from Los Angeles for $330 from Feb. 26 through March 5 on Google Flights.

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