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Flight Deal: Grand Cayman Islands For As Low As $290 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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Out of the three islands that make up the Cayman Islands, the Grand Cayman is where you’ll find the award-winning Seven Mile Beach.

Located on the western side of the island, Seven Mile Beach features a beautiful shoreline with perfect blue water and coral sands.

In the same area as the beach, you’ll find several popular attractions, including the Seven Mile Shops, snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities, Cemetery Reef and the Cayman’s capital, George Town. The capital is nearby to explore for travelers looking to explore history on the islands.

With its perfect weather and luxurious accommodations, the Grand Cayman is the vacation you didn’t know you needed.

Here is how to get to Grand Cayman for as low as $290 round-trip, a pretty stellar flight deal:

From Jacksonville


Traveling to the Cayman Islands from Jacksonville, Florida is among the cheapest. American Airlines has round-trip flights priced at $290 round-trip on Google Flights. The dates used for this trip are for a vacation from Mar. 14 through Mar. 20.

From New York City

The next best price from the U.S. to the Grand Cayman is from New York City.  Right now, JetBlue has deals throughout March for $291 round-trip.  Just plug in Mar. 4 through Mar. 13 into Google Flights. The best part? It’s a nonstop flight.

From Atlanta

Those leaving the Atlanta area can head to the Grand Cayman as early as January for $339 round-trip. JetBlue is offering this deal on Google Flights from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23 with a layover in Fort Lauderdale.

From Los Angeles

There are a few options from the Los Angeles area, but the cheapest option is priced at $395 for a round-trip flight on American Airlines. This deal is being offered from April 1 through April 8 with a layover in Charlotte, according to Google Flights.

From Houston

American Airlines has a flight for $449 round-trip on Feb. 17 through Feb. 26. There’s a layover in Miami with this option.

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