Mother Nature still has an icy grip on most parts of the country, including more snow, and many are wishing spring will hurry up and get here so they can thaw out their frozen extremities. Unfortunately, the official start of spring is still two months away, and there’s no guarantee the cold weather will be gone by that time. However, the Fly.com deal experts are here to help warm you up, even if it’s just for a few days, with these great fares we’ve found to warm and sunny destinations, both international and domestic. Whether you want to kick back on the pink sands of Bermuda, dig into the local dishes like asopao in Puerto Rico, hang with Mickey and gang in Orlando, or star gaze in Los Angeles, we’ve got you covered! So stop dreaming about the cold going away, just get away from the cold!

Cheap Flights to Warm Destinations

International Destinations

Availability varies by route, with many of them being nonstop flights. Click on the Fare Calendar links below to find the best dates to travel February – May, unless noted otherwise (all prices roundtrip, including taxes):

Domestic Destinations

Availability varies by route, with many of them being nonstop flights. Click on the Fare Calendar links below to find the best dates to travel from January – April, unless noted otherwise (all prices roundtrip, including taxes):

Note: Most of the above deals are available in the opposite direction as well, so be sure to search.

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Featured Image: A Pink Sand Beach in Bermuda (Shutterstock.com)

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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