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Melanie Lieberman
June 10, 2016

If you've been itching to get to Cuba (and we know you have) now's the perfect opportunity to take that wild road trip on the Southern Coast or epic solo adventure We're still waiting for domestic carriers to launch direct flights from the States—though JetBlue expects to sell tickets as early as September 8. But in the meantime, the Airfare Spot has found a clever way to travel to the island nation for as little as $433 round-trip: hundreds of dollars cheaper than the average chartered flight.

Their trick? A little layover in Toronto, Canada. Consider build in a day or two-long layover, so you can enjoy two vacations for the price of one. 

Flights are operated by Porter—a popular Canadian regional carrier—and WestJet, and travel dates are available throughout September and October. 

To book your tickets to Varadero, Cuba, just click here, and note that you'll be booking separate flights from New York to Toronto, and from Toronto to Varadero. 

Melanie Lieberman is the Assistant Digital Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @melanietaryn.

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