CASTRIES, June 27, 2023 – The clock is ticking, and there are less than two weeks left to cast your vote for Saint Lucia in the prestigious annual World Travel Awards. This year, Saint Lucia has been nominated in several categories, including Caribbean’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination, Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Destination, Caribbean’s Leading Destination, Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination, Caribbean’s Leading Luxury Island Destination, and Caribbean’s Leading Nature Destination.
Saint Lucia, in 2022 won the title of Caribbean’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination and was crowned for the 13th time as the Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination. Known for its breathtaking beauty, pristine beaches, and vibrant culture, the island has consistently been recognized as one of the top destinations in the Caribbean.
The World Travel Awards, widely regarded as the “Oscars of the travel industry,” celebrates excellence in the global tourism and hospitality sectors. Each year, industry professionals and discerning travelers cast their votes to determine the winners in various categories.
This year, the Caribbean and the Americas Gala Ceremony, where the winners will be announced, will take place on August 26th in Saint Lucia. “We encourage everyone who has experienced the magic of Saint Lucia firsthand or who dreams of visiting our paradise island to participate in the voting process. Your vote will contribute to promoting our island’s exceptional offerings and further establishing Saint Lucia as a world-class travel destination,”
remarked Lorine Charles St. Jules, CEO of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority.
To vote for Saint Lucia in the World Travel Awards, please visit worldtravelawards.com/vote and follow the simple instructions.
Voting closes on July 9, 2023, so don’t miss this opportunity to make your voice heard and help Saint Lucia secure its well-deserved recognition in the global travel industry.
For more information about Saint Lucia and its nominations in the World Travel Awards, visit stlucia.org.