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Flight Deal: From Atlanta To Cartagena, Colombia Only $312

By DeAnna Taylor

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Hey Atlanta, it’s time to be out. If you have been looking to get to South America’s hottest destination, you are in luck. You can fly to Cartagena, Colombia from Atlanta for only $312 roundtrip via JetBlue.

If you are looking to take advantage of this deal, you will need to be able to travel within the month of November. We searched using November 1-8 for this post.

To secure your seat, head to your favorite travel search site. We used Skyscanner. If you use Skyscanner, simply filter the search by the month of November. The lowest prices available at the time of your search will populate in green.

Select the dates that work best for you and follow the link to purchase. That’s it.

Related: The 5 Best Places To Stay In Cartagena, Colombia

Reminiscent of the Caribbean, Cartagena is a city full of lively sights and vibrant colors that have attracted visitors for centuries. The city, with its historical walls and some of the best weather around, offers something special for every kind of traveler.

Cartagena is quickly becoming a must-see among Black travelers. As a former port for the slave trade, Cartagena is rich in African culture and influence. Start your trip around Old Town to take in the rich colonial architecture, and here you’ll also find your share of cathedrals and buildings complete with cute, picture-perfect balconies.

For all of my foodies out there, check out Quintal. It’s an old building that has been converted into a food lover’s paradise. It houses everything from fast food spots, cafes, to gourmet food markets, and you can even check out some of the English speaking Colombian cooking classes.

Hurry and grab your seat before it’s too late.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel blogger, author, and writer. While Charlotte, NC (her hometown) is her base, she's always somewhere on a plane. Catch her on IG: @brokeandabroadlife.

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