Help me make an Itinerary
September 13, 2012 6:23 AM Subscribe
Help me with my travel itinerary!
I want to spend 3 to 4 weeks in Central America and I have the following options! More inside.
posted by freddymetz to Travel & Transportation around Central, LA (3 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
These are the flights I could take. Pick and mix as you please.
The cheaper the better, but I need to know how to get to my return flight - and if that involves ANOTHER expensive plane flight then it's probably not a good idea. I'm open to travelling by bus and by ferry.
-Im young and would like to be able to party but i also want the occasional cultural experience. I would like to travel around as much as possible and preferably not stay in a single city longer than 4 days.
-Bonus points if I can see as many countries as possible along the way!
-I've lived in Mexico so I know the usual precautions in countries like these, but if theres anything specific to a country I should know, then please tell me.
-One thing I was thinking about is a Bus ride from Mexico to Panama (stopping along the way)
-The Puerto Rico return flight is the cheapest, bonus points if you can make an itinerary with that.
Frankfurt - Puerto Rico (San Juan) 259 euros
Frankfurt - Cuba (Holguin) 310 euros
Frankfurt - Panama City 359 euros
Frankfurt - Tobago 379 euros
Frankfurt - Montego Bay (Jamaica) 390 euros
Frankfurt - Mexico City 459 euros
Frankfurt - Barbados 419 euros
San Juan (Puerto Rico) - Frankfurt 199 euros
Varadero - Frankfurt 260 euros
Rio de Janeiro - Frankfurt 260 euros
Havana (Cuba) - Frankfurt 280 euros
Montego Bay (Jamaica) - Frankfurt 280 euros
Freeport OR Nassau (Bahamas) - Frankfurt 320 euros
Los Angeles - Frankfurt 380 euros
Bahamas - Frankfurt 380 euros
GDL/MEX (Mexico) - Frankfurt 420 euros
I also found these (unrelated) flights, so if anyone can vouch for these then please tell me :)
Frankfurt - Maledives (Male) 329 euros
Maledives - Frankfurt 300 euros
Frankfurt - Seychelles 300 euros
Seychelles - Frankfurt 330 euros
Phew..that was a long post. Thank you to anyone reading it and I hope to hear some interesting replies!