Photo: https://www.weddingwire.com It is not known if this beach is on the world’s premier honeymoon island, but it could be.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA – November 27, 2020 – The Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped St. Lucia from being named the world’s undefeated honeymoon capital for the twelfth and third consecutive year!
St. Lucia’s fame among global romantic niche travel destinations remains undisputed. The destination was re-awarded, the prestigious title of “World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination”.
The virtual announcement of the coveted industry award took place on November 27 in Moscow to commemorate the observance of the 27th annual World Travel Awards. St. Lucia has received this award for the twelfth time and for the third time in a row since 2018.
The World Travel Awards are chosen by travel and tourism professionals and consumers around the world and are recognized as the travel industry’s most prestigious award program, honoring leading companies in the tourism, airline, hotel and hospitality sectors.
In addition to winning the coveted award, Saint Lucia was also nominated in three other categories: the world’s leading destination for islands, the world’s leading wedding destination and the world’s most romantic travel destination in 2020.
Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee commented on the award as follows: “The internationally recognized status of St. Lucia is what we strive for every day in our strategic marketing and advertising activities.
The destination undoubtedly offers true passion in all major niches and among its hidden gems. It is indeed an honor for St. Lucia to be named once again the world’s premier honeymoon destination, a true reflection of our culture and the people who drive the industry. “
In marketing the destination as one of the meccas of the travel industry worldwide, the St. Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) continues to place a special brand focus on destinations that inspire beauty, romantic appeal, diverse culture, green landscapes, adorable people and infectious people, inspiring love for the island.