Honeymoons in Chile
If it’s adventure, mystery, and trip off of the beaten path that you seek, a honeymoon in Chile will be just right for you! An amazingly unique country with a varied landscape, Chile will steal your heart. This South American nation offers up glaciers, deserts, rainforests and beaches all within its boundaries, making virtually anything possible. Nature lovers and outdoorsy types will be in paradise with an almost endless selection of activities to choose from, including white water rafting, skiing and mountain trekking. From Chile’s southern most tip, it’s even possible to take a trip to Antarctica during your honeymoon in Chile. In addition, two million tourists each year come to visit Chile, and it is one of the most stable and rich countries in all of South America.
Based on your interests, you’ll be able to take part in various outdoor activities during your honeymoon in Chile. If you’re up for it – take a ski or hiking trip. If you’re feeling a little more laid back, spend the afternoon on the beach enjoying the sunshine. Whatever you decide, your honeymoon in Chile will be one-of-a-kind.
Be sure to take a look at the following places for even more exciting options:
- Near La Serena you can star gaze through Chile’s famous pollution free skies at the Collowara Observatory.
- On the island of Chiloe you can daydream of time gone by while taking in the colourfully painted old wooden churches.
- Easter Island. Known as one of the most out-of-the-way places ever to have been inhabited, the moai stone figures here are famous worldwide.
Key facts for Chile
Flight time: 15 hours from London
When to honeymoon in Chile
Chile is a long and narrow country which reaches from the southern tip of South America all the way up to Bolivia and Peru in the north. A climate which varies widely between one area of the nation and the next should be expected during your honeymoon in Chile. It is dry and hot in the north, while the south experiences colder temperatures and lots of rain. For a typical Mediterranean climate, visit the middle regions of Chile, where the rainy season only lasts from May until August. In general, Chile experiences four seasons: spring (September to November), summer (December to February), autumn (March to May), and winter (June to August). For those hoping to spend their honeymoon in Chile on the beach, planning ahead is essential. January and February are the two busiest months, at which time beaches are over crowded, prices are up, and reservations are required. And remember - coming from the UK, the seasons in Chile will be the opposite of what you’re accustomed to!
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Getting married in Chile
Occupying a coastal strip of South America, Chile is a vibrant country with several Spanish influences. With breath-taking mountain scenery and surrounded by deep blue waters, a wedding abroad in Chile will leave you with some amazing wedding photographs that you will cherish forever. You may want to take part in some of the local wedding traditions – one of which includes wearing your wedding ring before the marriage on your right hand and then exchanging the ring to your left hand during the wedding ceremony. With a mixture of white sandy beaches and outstanding skyscrapers, a wedding abroad is Chile has something for everyone.
Marriage Requirements for Chile
To deposit your Chilean marriage you must:
Submit one Chilean marriage certificate duly translated and legalised by the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Submit the document to the British Consulate in Santiago.
Submit British passport or British birth certificate (plus photocopy).
The applicant is requested to provide an address in the UK where GRO will send a notification confirming the marriage has been deposited.
For further information visit: http://ukinchile.fco.gov.uk/en/help-for-british-nationals/living-in-chile/how-register-marriage-or
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