Following an increase in demand for luxury Caribbean destinations, the Cayman Island Department of Tourism has announced its commitment to increasing its engagement with the travel trade.

Don McDougall, the tourism board’s regional manager for Europe, said: “Demand for Cayman is strong, especially at the top end of the market and for special interest holidays. Recent openings such as the design-led Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa hotel and an upgrading of many other luxury properties across the three islands has created a lot of interest. Last year’s introduction of British Airways’ Boeing 777 service with increased capacity to include more premium seats also helped us to deliver a record number of high value tourist arrivals in 2016.

"The Cayman Islands has also recently been brochured by a number of tour operators for the first time and our recently strengthened marketing team will be getting out and about meeting more travel agents and tour operators over the coming months. There will also be new incentives and fam trip opportunities as the year progresses.”

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