Cheap tickets from Yellowknife to Sarasota

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Airport Details: From YZF, Yellowknife Airport To SRQ, Sarasota Bradenton International Airport

Found on Florida’s Gulf Coast, Sarasota is a city admired for its great selection of spectacular white sand beaches, each offering a different atmosphere and recreational activities. With several cultural districts in the city’s downtown area, guests won’t be disappointed in the many trendy galleries on Mass Ave or the beautiful historical architecture found in The Wholesale District. Sun and sand aside, Sarasota is also a great place to soak up some arts and culture, featuring such celebrated attractions as the Towles Court art district, the Sarasota Opera House and the Ringling Museum of Art, the official state art museum of Florida. Those in search of outdoor adventure can head to nearby Myakka River State Park, a vast park and nature preserve with ample activities including hiking, camping, biking, canoeing and wildlife watching, to name a few.

Get cheap tickets from WestJet and before you know it, you’ll be in a truly charming and culturally rich part of Florida. Enjoy swift, safe air travel from Yellowknife to Sarasota with WestJet — and then get down to the serious business of enjoying the likes of Lido Key, Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium or Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.

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