Find Cheap Flights from Santo Domingo (SDQ) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

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Santo Domingo to Fort Lauderdale Route Information

Travel Distance:852 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:191
Avg. Flight Duration:06.29 Hours

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Airports in Santo Domingo

Las Americas International Airport serves the city of Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic. This is the second busiest airport in the country. It is owned by the Government and operated by Vinci Airports. The airport serves as a hub for Dominican Wings and PAWA Dominicana. It offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. These destinations include New York, Panama City, Newark, San Juan, Orlando, Havana, Frankfurt, Paris, Mexico City, and more. The airport is well connected with the surrounding region through airport shuttles, taxi cabs, buses, private SUV & Sedan, shared van rides, and more.

Explore Fort Lauderdale

A city in the U.S. State of Florida, Fort Lauderdale is a principal city in the Miami metropolitan area and the county seat of Broward County. The city lies approximately 45 kilometers away from the city of Miami. It is a residential resort city with beautiful beaches, palm trees, canals, and waterways. Here one can enjoy a walk on its beaches, opt for a tour of Las Olas Boulevard, or visit the historical districts, mansions, and yatchs. To see and appreciate the antiques visitors can visit the Stranahan House, preserved home from 1990s. Also, one can take a stroll along the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk to the Arts and Entertainment District, hike into the Everglades, or dive into the Atlantic, and more.

Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale

Sawgrass Recreation Park

Take an airboat tour of the Florida Everglades at the Sawgrass Recreation Park, home to a huge range of flora and fauna, including a variety of birds, fish and alligators. And prepare to be amazed (or scared) by the close-up vistas of gators and other creatures. You can even reserve an airboat tour for nighttime runs to see nocturnal animals in their natural state. Visitors can also arrange for private tours, which are longer than the normal 30-minute runs.

Fort Lauderdale Beaches

You can’t come to Fort Lauderdale and not visit the beaches, and you will find 23 miles of coastline to enjoy here. The beaches are known for their pristine sands and clear waters and as you would expect you can indulge in a huge range of water sports here. Some of these include swimming, water skiing, and surfing, or you can just lie on the beach and take in the stunning views without lifting a finger.

Jungle Queen Riverboats

Jungle queen Riverboats is one of the most famous cruises in the world and first started taking visitors up the New River in Fort Lauderdale in 1935. The riverboats have been in operation ever since and you can take a sightseeing cruise that will take you along the river where you can take in the local sights from the vantage point of the water. There are different packages available depending on how long you want to cruise, and you can also enjoy dinner and a show aboard one of these iconic boats.

Best Time to Fly to Fort Lauderdale

The months from December-April fall under the best time to visit the city of Fort Lauderdale. During these months, the weather of the city remains warm. Hence, making Fort Lauderdale a preferred getaway for people looking for an escape from harsh winters. Since this is also the peak season, do not be surprised if you find the city crowded and prices inflated for almost everything.