Sunwing to introduce Grand Cayman as its newest destination

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TORONTO, Canada – Residents of Southern Ontario will have more tropical destinations to choose from this winter with Sunwing. The tour operator has just announced the addition of a seasonal flight service to the island of Grand Cayman for the very first time. Direct flights from Toronto will operate on Sundays from February 2, 2020, until May 3, 2020, inclusive.

The largest of the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean, Grand Cayman is home to breathtaking white-sand beaches, picturesque tropical landscapes, and a gourmet culinary scene. Vacationers can spend their days soaking up the sun on the shores of Seven Mile Beach, snorkelling or scuba diving amongst colourful coral reefs and indulging in world-class dishes at five-star restaurants.

President of Tour Operations for Sunwing, Andrew Dawson, commented on the news, “We are excited to be offering travellers departing from Toronto Pearson even more ways to Vacation Better this winter with the addition of this new destination. With its pristine beaches and picturesque landscapes, we’re sure that Grand Cayman will be a popular choice amongst Torontonian sun-seekers.”

Director of Tourism, Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, Rosa Harris, celebrated the news, “We are so pleased to welcome Sunwing in offering Canadians with more opportunities to visit the Cayman Islands. We are proud to share our exceptional attractions, from our pristine Seven Mile Beach to the Crystal Caves and, as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, our diverse and exceptional restaurants.”

Vacationers who take advantage of this new flight service can stay at Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman. This boutique-style property is located in a picturesque private cove and is the only all-inclusive resort on the famous Seven Mile Beach.

Guests can look forward to personalized service, convenient on-site dining and comfortable accommodation options with private balconies.

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