Unfortunately, there is usually damage done to some of the Caribbean islands during hurricane seasons. In some instances, the damage may be bad enough that the travel and tourism industry in those islands is affected. Be aware of this when doing research and comparing prices.
Here’s an overview of some of the most affordable Caribbean vacation packages:
Even though it’s not an island, many people still consider Cancun, Mexico to be part of the Caribbean. The Greater Cancun area consists of Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, and the Riviera Maya, which are usually found on Caribbean cruise itineraries. You can expect cheap flights to the area from just about any airport and book a hotel room at a low price.
This Dominican Republic city has some modestly priced hotels that include free breakfast. It’s also known for its amazingly cheap all-inclusive resorts. You can likely find good airfare + hotel combo packages as well.
You won’t have to spend much money to enjoy a stay on this island. Not only are hotels and meals inexpensive, it offers no shortage of fun things to do for free, like visiting the Castries Market, going on mountain trails, sightseeing along volcanic beaches, and so forth. The only downside is its remoteness from the US, so you might have to wait awhile for a connecting flight.
Jamaica is worth visiting at least once in a lifetime, and Montego Bay is a must if you are on a budget. There are plenty of all-inclusive resorts with affordable rates. This is a very well-developed area for tourism – especially around the north shore.