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Deal Alert: Fly To Grenada For $350 Round-Trip

By Travel Noire

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Grenada is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Caribbean, but somehow American travelers still largely overlook it over popular islands like Aruba and Jamaica. The island may be small, but it has some of the most naturally beautiful sights in the world, and we spotted flight deals to Grenada that could have you exploring Spice Island as soon as July.

 

If you’re traveling from New York City, you’ll find deals as low as $350 round-trip for travel in September and October via American and JetBlue, with flights available in the mid 400s for travel this July.

 

 

Travelers based in Chicago can expect to see a few flights starting at $440 round-trip, and we also spotted deals from Washington D.C. (flights starting at $427), Atlanta (flights starting at $515), Miami (flights starting at $464) and Los Angeles (flights starting at $521). There are affordable flights from many more cities, so those in major cities may be in luck!

 

When you’re in Grenada, you can support one of the best black-owned luxury hotels in the world by staying at the Spice Island Beach Resort, and trips to Grand Etang National Park, Hog Island and Levera Beach are a must if you’re visiting for the first time.

 

Start planning your Caribbean getaway now and visit Google Flights to search for cheap tickets from your departure city or use our sample flight itinerary here. Keep in mind that the low airfare may be for restrictive basic economy tickets, and always book flights that work with your needs.

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