Cheap flights to Caribbean

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Cheap flights to Caribbean in December, January 2022

The best prices found for PR1 flights for December, January
2 Dec - 12 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

PUJ

Punta Cana

2 stops

24h 50m
PUJ

Punta Cana

SIN

Singapore Changi

2 stops

44h 46m
S$ 2,421

American Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 29-11

5 Dec - 10 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

PUJ

Punta Cana

2 stops

30h 15m
PUJ

Punta Cana

SIN

Singapore Changi

1 stop

31h 50m
S$ 2,707

Multiple Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 29-11

4 Dec - 10 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

PUJ

Punta Cana

2 stops

54h 05m
PUJ

Punta Cana

SIN

Singapore Changi

1 stop

31h 50m
S$ 2,723

SWISS

Pick Dates

Deal found 29-11

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Caribbean?

According to our users, the most popular flight destination in Caribbean is Cuba, followed by Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas and Jamaica.

If sun, surf and sipping rum drinks are on your travel agenda, book a flight to the Caribbean and let the aura of the islands enchant you. Don’t forget to pack your swimwear – the islands are known for their clear blue waters and eccentric marine life, making it the perfect spot to go snorkelling and diving. Whether your Caribbean flight lands you in the Bahamas, the US Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Aruba, Bermuda, Jamaica or one of the other Caribbean destinations, there’s something for everyone in the islands. With hundreds of islands to explore, the Caribbean is a haven for any type of traveller.

Extending from the eastern coast of the US past Mexico and down into South America, flights to the Caribbean Islands are frequent. The hard part is deciding what activity to pursue when you’re there. Book a cheap flight to the Caribbean for a weekend escape to thaw out from the winter cold, or plan a week-long diving trip. Can’t decide on just one island? Good news – Caribbean flights are available from all the islands or hop a ferry to a nearby resort. Whatever your reason for booking flights to the Caribbean, you’re sure to enjoy this island paradise.

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Caribbean climate

Caribbean temperatures usually range between a very comfortable 24 and 30 degrees year round. It might be a bit cool in the early mornings and late evenings, but it warms up quickly. It can be humid, but the cooling trade winds make the climate very comfortable. The rainy season is in the autumn, and the amount of rain varies across the islands. Winters are dry, but you may encounter the occasional shower. The mountains see more rain. Hurricane season lasts from early June to late November.

When is the best time to fly to Caribbean?

Peak Season

Winter – from mid-December to mid-April – is the peak season for flights to the Caribbean, with the highest travel times around Christmas. Hotel rates and flights to the Caribbean are at their highest and reservations must be made in advance.

Off Season

The low season generally runs from mid-April through mid-December and when most travellers can find cheap flights to the Caribbean. If you can tolerate the hot and humid summer, there are some remarkable deals to be had on Caribbean flights and hotel rooms. However, many restaurants are closed for the season, and some hotels offer fewer facilities and catch up on any construction or remodelling work during the off season.

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Getting around Caribbean

For getting around an island you can take a taxi or rent a car, and there’s usually a bus system. The buses usually cover all main and several minor destinations as the locals take the buses, too. Depending on which island you are visiting, the buses may run on a when-the-bus-is-full schedule rather than a timetable. Many of the islands also have rental mopeds, motorcycles, and bicycles that you can use for sightseeing and getting around.

If you’ll be travelling from one island to another in the same group, there are often options for travelling by boat or island ferry. There are also small island airlines for cheap flights around the Caribbean as well as the larger commercial carriers for flights between islands. Many of the larger airlines offer Caribbean air passes, some for a set number of stopovers, and others for unlimited Caribbean travel within the airline’s range.

How long is the flight to the Caribbean?

Given the vast distance between the two areas, there are no direct flights to the Caribbean from Singapore. This means you will have at least one stopover on flights to the Caribbean, possibly via Europe or the Middle East. One option when you book flights to the Caribbean is to travel via Amsterdam on KLM. This will give you access to two of the Netherlands' territories in the area, namely Sint Maarten and Aruba. Flights from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) to Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) on the island of Sint Maarten and Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) on the island of Aruba, both via Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS), will take you around 25h and 27h respectively. Flights to Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau in the Bahamas (NAS), via London on Singapore Airlines and British Airways, will take you around 26h.

What is the best way to travel around the Caribbean?

The Caribbean is a ribbon of little islands, each waiting to be explored, separated by miles and miles of ocean. For this reason alone, your best bet – unless you just intend to have a lazy holiday at the beach – is to fly. Because of the plethora of cheap flights to the Caribbean, this is fairly easy to do. As you make plans to book flights to the Caribbean, try to structure your itinerary to island-hop as much as you can. Unless, of course, this trip is intended to be a beach romance between you and a good book. The Caribbean is cruise ship territory, so if you'd like to take a boat cruise through the islands, it's something to keep in mind when you book flights to the Caribbean.

What do I need to do before my flight to the Caribbean?

This region is practically open territory if you are a traveller with a Singaporean passport, and you won't require a visa, so you can pick and choose as you compare flights to the Caribbean. Get as much rest as possible before you leave. Flying to the Caribbean from Singapore means a 12-hour time difference, and you might experience jetlag. Speak to your doctor about medication to help you catch some shut-eye on the plane if you're a restless flier. Hydrate with lots of water on and between your connecting flights to the Caribbean.

What are some things to do in the Caribbean?

This stretch of ocean has some of the best beaches in the world as well as amazing clear blue water. You will find snorkelling, diving, deep-sea fishing, and watersports ranging from jet skiing to surfing, paragliding and banana-boat rides on tap. Sumptuous seafood meals and the freshest fruits will be there for you to pick and choose from. Head into the towns for some shopping and a taste of the local life, or otherwise, just work on your tan or your golf swing. This is island paradise living at its best.

What is good to know if travelling to Caribbean?

  • The Bahamas have retained their British feel, especially in Nassau, and are becoming more upmarket with luxury hotels, casinos, and golf courses. Nassau and Paradise Island have historic sites, and the Bahamians are focusing more and more on eco-tourism.
  • Martinique is known for its French elegance, beautiful beaches, Creole cuisine, and tropical charm.
  • The British Virgin Islands are a string of islands popular with sailors and have beautiful beaches, mountains, and lush forests. The islands are also known for their friendly people and small inns.
  • The US Virgin Islands have it all for an upscale vacation — gorgeous beaches, snorkelling, sailing, scenery, great shopping, and modern resort hotels.
  • The Cayman Islands with their lenient tax and banking laws are popular with multimillionaires from all over the world. The landscape is not attractive (flat scrublands and swamps), but the clear water and abundant and varied marine life attract scuba divers and snorkellers.
  • Puerto Rico is the most urban Caribbean island, with rainforests and ancient volcanic mountains on the interior. The island offers great beaches, casinos, hotels for all budgets, sports, and eco-tourism activities.
  • Jamaica is a mountainous island with beautiful beaches and offerings that include golf, eco-tourism activities, and hotels in all price brackets. There are lots of package deals available for Jamaica.
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