July 16, 2020

Cayman Islands Tourism Exchange Delegates came to explore Cayman!

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Cayman Eastern Promises Excursion stops at TukkaOnce again, travel trade professionals from around the globe travelled to Cayman for the 12th Annual Cayman Islands Tourism Exchange (CITE), where they received the latest updates about the Cayman Islands as a premier travel destination in the Caribbean. Delegates in the travel trade industry arrived the last few days of April, and stayed through May 3rd, 2013. In all, CITE had more than 100 participants, representing international media partners, 15 travel trade wholesalers, 22 local tourism-related companies, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism and the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.

After a full day of business meetings with local suppliers, the buyers and media participants were hosted by various companies across Grand Cayman. This ‘excurion day’ was a unique opportunity to showcase so many of the amazing sides of Cayman’s tourism product to the people who sell Cayman to future visitors. Each excursion included:

1. Hotel site inspections

2. Fun photo stop

3. Visit to an attraction

4. Cultural experience

5. Lunch at a fabulous Cayman restaurant

This year, four excursions were available to participating delegates.

WILD WEST SIDE: Want to see the best of the west? Delegates joined us for this jaunt to some favourite stops on the west side of Grand Cayman, where they got culture, adventure, great food and even a fun photo in one day!

Included were visits to The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, Sunshine Suites, Hell, Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter, Macabuca Tiki Bar and Jetpack Cayman; transportation provided by Webster’s Tours.

EAST END ESCAPE: Go East, where the breeze kept you cool, the waters managed to be even more turquoise and the people embraced you like family.

Included visits to The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, the Shoe Tree, Pedro St. James, theReef Resort, Cayman Islands Brewery and the Holiday Inn Resort; transportation provided by Webster’s Tours.

SURF & TURF: There are many ways to relax while in Grand Cayman. Delegates came with with us on a relaxing journey whether to visit the stingrays or to see a side of the island that they didn’t know was available!

Included visits to Stingray City with Red Sail Sports, Grand Cayman Beach Suites, Britannia Restaurant, Conch Shell House, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and Plantana Condos; Transportation provided by Red Sail Sports and Websters Tours.

DOWN UNDER: Fancy a look at Cayman’s underwater realm? This was the outing for those delegates, where they dived (literally) into the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean and enjoyed the beauty of our coral reefs.

Included two-tank dive to a couple of Cayman’s 365 dive sites with Divetech, Cobalt Coast Resort, Conch Shell House, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and Plantana Condos; Transportation provided by Red Sail Sports and Websters Tours.

For more on this story go to:

http://www.cita.ky/cite2013excursions/whats-going-on

 

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