An island in the French Caribbean with gorgeous beaches, lush landscape and a rich black heritage, Guadeloupe has been popular with French tourists for years and is slowly winning over visitors from the United States. Guadeloupe may not be popular with Americans just yet, but that may soon change thanks to flight deals like the ones we just found on Google Flights.


For as little as $209, New York-based travelers can get to the island when flying non-stop on Norwegian for travel on dates between October 2018 and March 2019.



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If you’re based in Boston, you can get to Guadeloupe all year (yes, even this summer), for around $380 round-trip on Air France and Delta, though your flight will have a layover. Flights from Atlanta start at $344 round-trip, and we also spotted deals from Washington D.C. for travel this summer starting at $378 and flights from Chicago starting at $452.


Baltimore-based travelers can get a flight to Guadeloupe for less than $500 round-trip and there are plenty of deals in the mid 400s for travelers leaving Detroit. While we didn’t find any deals for those based on the West Coast, it’s still a good idea to keep an eye out on flights to the island’s Pointe-à-Pitre airport from your local airport because that could change.


Start planning your trip to Guadeloupe and use our sample flight itinerary here to see if there’s a deal from your local airport.