Conde Nast: Cayman in top ten

We already knew it, but it’s nice to have other people say so.

The Cayman Islands has been voted as one of the top 10 islands in the
Caribbean/Atlantic by readers of the Conde Nast Traveler magazine in its 2010 Readers’
Choice Awards.

The awards are presented in the November 2010 issue of the magazine.

The
acclaim for the Cayman Islands is based on its activities, atmosphere, beaches,
friendliness, lodgings, restaurant and scenery. Conde Nast Traveler also cites
the Cayman Islands in the introduction of its world’s top 50 islands
article.

“We
are delighted that discerning travelers to the Cayman Islands continue to be
impressed not only by our pristine natural environment, but by the facilities,
services and friendliness of our people,” said Acting Tourism Director Shomari Scott.

“This vote of confidence is testament to the high standards
that our tourism partners have consistently worked to deliver and we are proud
of this recognition by thousands of readers and travelers.”

Conde
Nast Traveler is designed for the experienced, discerning, frequent traveler
with an array of diverse travel experiences and information encompassing art,
fashion, architecture, culture, cuisine and shopping at a variety of
destinations throughout the world.

The magazine has a current circulation of
818,066. More than 25,000 readers voted for their favorite resorts, hotels, and
destinations for the 2010 Reader’s Choice Awards.