Castries, Saint Lucia: Saint Lucia won the World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination 2022 at the World Travel Awards held in Oman on November 11, 2022.
Minister of Tourism, Investment, Culture and Creative Industries- Ernest Hilaire took to social media and expressed pleasure while sharing glimpses of the ceremony.
Ernest Hilaire stated that as Minister, he is very pleased with this achievement, and he wants to say a special congratulations to the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, who continue to market our fair Helen of the West.
“I also want to say congratulations to all the service providers and partners across the island who continue to make the country the choice destination for honeymoons, “said the tourism minister.
For a fourteenth time, and the fifth consecutive year since 2018, Saint Lucia boasts her prominence as the ‘World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination’ having once again been bestowed the coveted title at the 29th Annual World Travel Awards (WTA) in Oman, Muscat on November 11, 2022.
The unmatched romance offerings of Saint Lucia have placed her above other contenders from honeymoon hotspots around the world, including Cartagena de Indias; Jamaica; Jordan; the Maldives; Maui, Hawaii, Mauritius; Oman; Paris, France, and Seychelles.
The World Travel Awards has been the most prestigious and sought-after awards program in the global travel and tourism industry since 1993. It was established to acknowledge, reward, and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the tourism industry, marking 2022 as the 29th anniversary of the World Travel Awards program
Saint Lucia has won Silver for Best Overall Destination in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas in Recommends 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards. Earlier this week the destination was recognized as a leader in the honeymoon niche by Travvy Awards. The country has earned the prestigious Gold statuette in the 8th annual Travvy Awards for Best Honeymoon Destination – Caribbean.
Saint Lucia is known as one of the most beautiful island nations in the Caribbean and never failed to attract tourists across the globe. People, especially newly wedded couples, found the country as the perfect destination to spend their honeymoon.
While travellers may be loath to tear themselves away from the solitude and exclusive privacy of their hotel or resort, Saint Lucia has some quite stunning scenery and attractions to explore. Grande Anse Saint Lucia is one such attraction.
The north east coast of the island is the least accessible part of Saint Lucia, but it’s remoteness, allied to its raw beauty, make the beaches here one of the must-see attractions on any holiday here. The rocky coastline and sandy coves can be reached on foot, although it is a moderately streneous walk along a single-track road about 3 miles .