Explore the Islands with Us

Tropic Ocean Airways flies to the popular places you see below or any destination you want to explore. Enjoy the flexibility of flying when you want — and breathtaking ocean views along the way.

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The British Virgin Islands

Comprised of over 50 islands and cays, the British Virgin Islands is a remote destination perfect for yachting, sailing, and snorkeling over sea pools.

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Puerto Rico

From the dense El Yunque tropical rainforest to the historical buildings in San Juan, the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico offers outstanding food, sightseeing, hiking, and more.

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Florida Keys

Escape city life and explore the laidback charms of the Keys, where amazing fishing, diving and snorkeling abound from Key Largo to Key West.

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St. Petersburg, Florida

Explore the surreal at the renowned Salvador Dalí museum or meander Ybor City, Tampa’s historic Cuban district dating back to the 1880s.

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Kamalame Cay, Andros

Drop off the grid in one of most isolated areas of the Bahamas. Explore colorful reefs, pink-and-silver-sand beaches and lush mangroves.

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Explore gorgeous, isolated beaches as well as swimming and snorkeling among vivid reefs, marine life — and even with adorable pigs.

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Harbour Island, Eleuthera

Bask on a powdery pink-sand beach, which glows a rosy hue at sunset. After snorkeling pristine reefs, savor something delicious at a local bistro.

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Just 50 miles east of Florida, Bimini is a collection of sun-kissed islands — a paradise for resort lovers, divers and deep-sea fishing enthusiasts alike.

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