Noami Law was recently announced as the winner of the Cayman Free Press and Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s staycation competition.
Her name was drawn from 650 entries who had to answer a question about staycations correctly in order to qualify.
The winner will get to experience a full weekend staycation experience, including a weekend stay at the Sunshine Suites Resort, brunch for two at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, a trip for two on Captain Marvin’s three-stop Stingray Snorkel Tour, a trip for two to Hell and Cayman Turtle Farm, a Red Sail Sports two tank wall dive for two as well as an afternoon of fun non motorised Red Sail Sports watersports activities.
Ms Law, who accepted the prize with son Jasper, said that she was really excited about the prize.
“We’re very excited because exploring Cayman with him is something cool to do, it’s a lot easier to do staycations and it is fun just exploring the Island with new eyes again and getting to do all the stuff on the Island like a tourist,” she said.
According to Harry Lalli, president of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association, promoting staycations is an important component of the organisation’s annual events.
“It’s a time when people living on the Island can actually enjoy all the properties and tourism related activities that we have, and it also helps during a traditional slow period to fill rooms with local guests,” he said.
Mr. Lalli said that he had done a staycation in Little Cayman and Cayman Brac this year.
“It was fantastic to see the product over there and I recommend everybody should take time out and come and see why we have so many tourists visit us,” he said.