Honeymoons in St Vincent and the Grenadines
The Grenadines are made up of 30 tiny islands and cays reaching like stepping stones between St Vincent and Grenada. Surrounded by coral reefs and clear blue waters they are ideal for diving, snorkelling and boating. The uninhabited Tobago Cays are particularly popular for their perfect waters and have been designated a national park.
St Vincent and the Grenadines Overview
Made up of over 30 islands, the Grenadines are real hidden gems with amazing beaches and one of the world’s largest coral reefs - perfect for snorkelling.
Visit the main island of St Vincent and see the Owia Salt Pond – a salt bathing pool surrounded by peaks and ridges of lava that is the ultimate romantic spot. Enjoy a champagne picnic on the island and take full advantage of this beautiful secluded area.
The best way to view all these islands is by boat. Why not charter your own boat and sail through the crystal clear waters of the islands. Or if luxury is what you’re after then why not sign up for one of the luxury cruises that the Grenadines has to offer. Have a professional captain charter the perfect journey while a chef prepares you a delicious meal that you can enjoy while looking out over the turquoise seas.
The Grenadines are a beautiful collection of islands that makes a picture perfect honeymoon destination.
Key Facts for St Vincent and the Grenadines
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar and U.S Dollars
Flight time: 12 hours from London
When to Honeymoon in St Vincent and the Grenadines
The Grenadines enjoy warm weather year-round. January to May is the best time to visit.
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Getting Married in St Vincent and the Grenadines
The Grenadines are a collection of islands and cays, stretching between the Caribbean Islands of St. Vincent and Grenada. The chain of over 600 islands are simply stunning and are what you have always visioned paradise to look like. Getting married in the Grenadines will provide you with some wonderful memories and wedding photography. Although small, the islands are full of hotels and resorts, many of which will be able to help you plan your wedding from right here in the UK. If you do decide to get married on one of the islands in the Grenadines then you will be based in an amazing location to explore more throughout your honeymoon too.
Couple must present valid passport and ongoing plane ticket
Notarized Birth Certificates
Notarized Decree Absolute if one or both parties are divorced, and
In the case of a widow/widower a Notarized Death Certificate of first spouse
Couple must be a resident of St. Vincent and the Grenadines for a minimum of 1 day, not including the day of arrival, before applying for a marriage license. The license is obtained through the office of the Solicitor General in St. Vincent, which is open Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Couple needs to travel to the island of St. Vincent to apply for the marriage license (the trip takes about 2-3 hours) and present application to be married in person and revenue stamp for approval from the Ministry of Justice or from the Registrar
Marriage ceremony must be performed by an official marriage officer, priest, or minister registered in St. Vincent.
The couple needs to nominate two witnesses for the ceremony
further information on getting married in the Grenadines
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