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Take Flight: 5 Destinations Under $300 Round-Trip in March
You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for a good flight deal this March.
March is one of the best times to travel because it’s what the travel industry calls the shoulder season – meaning it’s not a busy time for travelers. During the shoulder season, you will not only get a good flight deal, but also visit fun and famous attractions without the busy crowds you typically see in the summer.
Travel Noire has rounded up some of the best flight deals for you to purchase for less than $300 round-trip this March.
Toronto, Canada: Less Than $100 Round-Trip Flight
It may be a little colder than what you’re used to, but don’t sleep on Toronto this March.
Visiting during the off-season means that you will save money on a hotel or an Airbnb, especially in the downtown area.
This March, be sure to head to the iconic CN Tower. It remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, and tourists love it. More than 2 million people visit annually, so visiting this attraction during the off-season is a win. There are hardly going to be any crowds. Be sure to take in the breathtaking views from the top and dine at the restaurant.
Another hidden gem in Toronto is St. Lawrence Market. It’s open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday and has more than 120 vendors, including restaurants, specialty shops and more.
Toronto is easily accessible this March for less than $200 round-trip.
There is also a flight option for less than $100 round-trip, if you’re in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Use March 13 through March 20 as your travel dates to secure this deal.
San Juan, Puerto Rico: Less Than $200 Round-Trip
No passport; no problem. Visit San Juan, Puerto Rico, this March. It’s a great time to go considering it’s right before the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which starts in June.
In San Juan, you can get Caribbean vibes for really cheap, and you don’t need a passport. Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory filled with beautiful oceanfront resorts, authentic native cuisine, such as Mofongo, and many outdoor excursions. There area lot of ways to have fun and enjoy a trip to San Juan.
Skyscanner has a ton of flights for less than $100 round-trip from various U.S. cities.
The cheapest option leaves from Miami, Florida, on March 23 and returns on March 28 for $148 round-trip.
St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands: Less Than $265 Round-Trip
Another destination that doesn’t require a passport is St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. This is hidden gem and is less touristy than St. Thomas.
St. Croix is always the winner if you genuinely want to be immersed in local culture. There is a lot of Black-owned businesses there that you can support during your visit. When you’re done, make sure to head to the Limpricht Park Vintage and Collectibles Fair, where you can enjoy art and jazz at the park in Christiansted, or visit the St. Croix Yacht Club International Regatta.
St. Croix in March presents another opportunity to enjoy with friends and family as there are a ton of flights from the U.S. for less than $265 round-trip, according to Skyscanner.
The cheapest option leaves Fort Lauderdale, thanks to Spirit Airlines. Traveling from March 18 through March 24, this flight will only cost you $186 round trip.
New York To Reykjavik, Iceland: $260 Round-Trip Flight
Located on the coast of Iceland, Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and the country’s largest city. It’s home to the National and Saga museums, where you can trace Iceland’s Viking history.
Other iconic places include the Hallgrimskirkja church and the rotating Perlan glass dome, which offers impressive views of the sea and hills. One activity that you can’t go to Iceland without doing is taking a dip in the geothermal Blue Lagoon.
You can enjoy all of this for $260 round-trip using the dates March 7 through March 14, according to Skyscanner.
Oranjestad, Aruba: Less Than $300 Round-Trip
Aruba is another island home to beautiful beaches and natural bridges, caves, and rock formations. For nature lovers, there’s no better destination. The first stop on your itinerary should be soaking in the sun at Eagle Beach in Oranjestad, which ranked among the best beaches on the island.
If you want more excitement, Aruba offers snorkeling, parasailing and the opportunity to explore the island in a submarine.
According to Skyscanner, if you’re leaving from Atlanta, Georgia, or Florida, you can get to Aruba for less than $300.
For the people leaving from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this is another great deal for you.
Fort Lauderdale has the cheapest option to Oranjestad for $227 round-trip.