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Saint Lucia Wins ‘Best Honeymoon Destination – Caribbean’ Award


Saint Lucia has earned the prestigious Gold statuette in the 8th annual Travvy Awards for Best Honeymoon Destination – Caribbean.

The annual Travvy Awards, where travel advisors vote on the best in the travel industry, was held Wednesday, November 3, 2022, at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina to recognize the highest standards of excellence in the travel industry by honouring travel companies, travel products, travel agencies, and destinations for their outstanding achievements.

Thousands of votes were cast, and the industry came together. From suppliers to advisors and everyone in between, all in attendance were there to cheer each other on as their colleagues and peers were awarded for being game-changers and innovators of travel.

These winners were honoured during a gala awards dinner and presentation attended by finalists, industry leaders, and travel professionals from around the world.

Jade Mountain was also recognized for being among the best, taking home Silver for ‘Best Luxury Hotel/Resort – Caribbean’ as well as Bronze for ‘Best Honeymoon Hotel/Resort – Caribbean’.

“It’s an honour to be named a Travvy Awards winner, as our win was determined by those who know us best: travel advisors,” said Lorine Charles-St. Jules, CEO of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority.

“These awards bear testament to the high quality of Saint Lucia’s offerings and our commitment to marketing the destination as a premier Caribbean tourist attraction to the global travel audience.”

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Tourism Authority

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  1. little lucia could rival all the big countries, but our harlem globe trotters of leaders and so called leaders are thieves and opportunists who rather st lucia fall flat than to use the foreign aid and grants, loans etc to develop the country. Both Red and Yellow politicians derserve a clown suit from the moment they win the election to the end of their thievery. Love o Love our island home.Smh

  2. Yet still the majority of hospitality worker are dirt poor living in slums and ghettos earning 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour

  3. These so called organization are riddle with corruption. You pay the money and you get the recognition. It is happening with TravelAdviser and all of those hoax’s organization


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