If you are ready to take a trip but money is tight, Travel Noire has you covered.

After doing some digging, we have rounded up the best deals around the world for less than $350 round-trip.

Get ready to pack those bags, fam!

Guatemala City For As Low As $122 Round-Trip

The cheapest flight option leaves Houston on Feb. 5 and returns Feb. 12.  Those of you leaving Houston can head to GC for $122 round-trip thanks to United Airlines.

But the deals don’t stop there.

There are a ton of flights from various cities for less than $350 round-trip, according to Skyscanner.  If you’re trying to plan a quick trip with a group of friends but you all live in different places – this is the deal for you!

Paris, France For As Low As $245 Round-Trip

If you’ve been following our recent flight deals, then you will know that Paris is the destination that keeps on giving.  The last few weeks have been some of the cheapest round-trip flights to Paris, so you want to hop on these deals now because we’re not sure how much longer they will last.

New York City has the cheapest flights, which comes to no surprise.

But there are a few deals from San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Philadelphia, and Orlando.

Belize City, Belize For As Low As $277 Round-Trip

As Travel Noire previously reported,  Belize is the Caribbean hot spot you never knew you need to visit until now. Its natural world wonders, including the Great Blue Hold,  Mayan ruins, food and culture combined will make it one of the best trips you have planned all year.

Now is the time to jump on these flight deals.

The cheapest and fastest option leaves Miami on May 1 and returns on May 5 and can be purchased for $277 round-trip. 

Other flights from Austin, Tucson, New Orleans, Nashville, and Columbus, Ohio are all less than $350.

New York City To Tangier, Morocco For $339 Round-Trip

Here’s a deal that sounds almost too good to be true:  New York City to Tangier, Morocco for $339 round-trip!

You can thank Iberia Airlines for this deal.

The flight leaves New York’s JFK Airport on Feb. 23 and returns Mar. 1

The only issue with this flight (if you want to call it that) is there are long layovers there and back. Going there, you will stop in Madrid for 9 hours. Coming back, you will have an 18-hour layover in Barcelona. In other words, explore three cities during one trip!