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Cheap round-trip flights to Caribbean

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Cheap flights to the Caribbean

Offering warm, tropical sunshine, a fantastic variety of cultures and an endless choice of idyllic beaches, the Caribbean is one of the holiday destinations that makes most people’s bucket lists. Direct flights to Caribbean islands depart from UK airports every day, making a trip to this sun soaked region easier than ever.

When to book flights to the Caribbean

Peak season in most parts of the Caribbean runs from December to April, when temperatures are a little cooler and the weather is less humid. Book cheap Caribbean flights at this time of year and you’ll be able to enjoy some warm winter sun with most islands seeing the mercury hover around 30˚C.

If you want the region’s beautiful beaches all to yourself, travel to the Caribbean in May, June or November. During this shoulder season hotels are quieter, crowds sparser and it can be easier to find cheap last minute Caribbean flights.

Hurricanes are common in the region during the European summer and early autumn months. This makes July to October the low season in the region and cheap flights to Caribbean destinations should be easy to come by, especially if you know where to look.

How to find cheap flights to the Caribbean

Finding great deals on direct flights from London to Caribbean destinations is easy when you search with Expedia.

If you are departing from London make sure you select ‘All London Airports’. This will ensure you’re shown available journeys from all terminals in the London area. You can also use the ‘Advanced Options’ to select direct flights or refundable journeys and to select your preferred airline or class.

On the results page, you can sort your options using the filters on the left. These allow you to narrow flights by number of stops, departure time and airline.

If your travel plans aren’t yet finalised, click the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ link at the top of the page to compare prices for flights on other days.

UK departures to the Caribbean

Main Airports in the Caribbean

Most islands in the Caribbean have their own airports however only a few offer direct flights to the UK and other international destinations. One of the busiest airports in the region is Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Catering to millions of passengers every year, it’s the main gateway to this beautiful Caribbean nation.

Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in Puerto Rico is another important aviation hub. The airport offers regular direct flights to Caribbean destinations as well as to airports across the US and Central America. Some seasonal flights are also available to a selection of European destinations.

Lynden Pindling International Airport in the Bahamas, Jose Marti International Airport in Cuba and Sangster International Airport in Jamaica (Montego Bay), are also important air hubs for passengers travelling to the Caribbean.

Which airlines fly to the Caribbean

A number of airlines offer direct and connecting services from London to Caribbean destinations.

These include:

  • British Airways
  • Delta
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • United
  • Avianca
  • Aer Lingus
  • Air France

How to get around the Caribbean

If you’re travelling between Caribbean islands, flying is your best option. Most destinations have regional airports and there are a number of local airlines offering scheduled and charter services in the region.

Some islands are also connected by ferry services. Although slower than flying, this can be a great way to see more of the region and enjoy a little of the Caribbean’s famously relaxed way of life.

Public transport varies across the Caribbean, although taxis and buses are available on most islands. In some countries you can also hire cars or other vehicles and explore the area under your own steam.

Must-see attractions in the Caribbean

Sun, sea and stunning scenery are the main attractions for many travelling to the Caribbean. The region is home to some of the best beaches in the world while many islands boast rugged interiors, vibrant towns and cities and great food.

If you want to do a little sightseeing during your stay in the Caribbean, the region’s best-known attraction is probably Old San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. Explore the city’s atmospheric streets, sample its lively nightlife and visit some of its beautiful historic buildings.

If you’re travelling to Jamaica, a trip to Dunn’s River Falls is a must. Close to Ocho Rios, it’s one of the most famous sights in the country.

Tips for travelling in the Caribbean

Some companies offer airpasses to passengers travelling around the Caribbean. These can be a good way to save money if you’re planning on hopping between islands.