The Caribbean Island of Saint Lucia continues to encourage romance and wanderlust travel with five nominations within the twenty-ninth World Travels Awards Grand Final.
Also known as Helen of the West, Saint Lucia is the one sovereign nation on this planet to be named after a girl. Her allure and natural beauty have earned the title of ‘World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination 13 times over, with essentially the most recent honour presented in 2021.
No other island on this planet is totally dedicated to couples in love. Only in Saint Lucia can couples share a room with awe-inspiring views of the Piton Mountains, a personal plunge pool, an out of doors shower, and a hammock for 2 strung across the veranda.
Earlier this 12 months, Saint Lucia won two awards through the Annual World Travel Awards Caribbean & The Americas 2022 awards ceremony held on August 31, 2022, on the Sandals Montego Bay.
Saint Lucia was crowned because the Caribbean’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination for the primary time, along with reclaiming the title of Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination. The island’s outdoor adventure and romance options are infinite, from world class dive sites to astonishing waterfalls, incredible nature trails, and therapeutic hot springs.
Every year World Travel Awards covers the globe with its Grand Tour – a series of regional gala ceremonies to acknowledge excellence inside each continent, culminating in a Grand Final at the tip of the 12 months.
Saint Lucia has been nominated for five prestigious awards in the ultimate edition of the twenty-ninth World Travels Awards.
• World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination
• World’s Leading Island Destination
• World’s Leading Wedding Destination
• World’s Most Romantic Destination
• World’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination
World Travel Awards is a worldwide initiative that recognises and rewards excellence in travel and tourism. With five nominations within the 2022 Caribbean category, Saint Lucia is desirous to add more accolades to her already prestigious list.
The international voting window for the Caribbean and North American regions is open until October twentieth, 2022.