Honeymoons in the British Virgin Islands
Over 100 beautiful islands and cays scattered in turquoise waters, the Virgin Islands offer seclusion, natural beauty and great diving. St John, the smallest of the three US Virgin Islands is two thirds national park with fascinating trails, secluded coves and dazzling white beaches. Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands is an island of rolling hills, beautiful beaches, friendly people and a quiet small town charm. It is renowned for its north-western beaches where granite boulders create a series of sheltered grottos and sea pools.
British Virgin Islands Overview
These Caribbean islands have so much to offer and so much to see. The best way to take advantage of these stunning islands is by boat – take a chartered boat and sail in luxury through the crystal clear waters. Or if you’re an avid sailor, why not hire a boat and charter your own trip around the palm tree-fringed islands.
The Virgin Islands are perfect if you’re looking to unwind after the stresses from the build up to your wedding, with spas that offer full body pampering. Once you’re done at the spa, you can enjoy a relaxing drink while you watch the sun set behind the sea.
The Virgin Islands is the perfect honeymoon destination if you’re looking for a laid back and relaxing trip to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
Key Facts for the British Virgin Islands
Currency: US Dollar
Capital: Road Town
Flight time: 8 hours from London
When to Honeymoon in the British Virgin Islands
The Virgin Islands enjoy year-round sunshine. April to August tends to have the clearest water for diving.
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Getting Married in the British Virgin Islands
If getting married in a luscious tropical climate along a stunning sandy beach with crystal clear waters then the British Virgin Islands could be the perfect destination wedding location for you. Each island has something special, with a number of different options available when it comes to choosing and planning your wedding abroad. The venues in the British Virgin Islands are smaller than you would expect but are all located with in the hills or right by the sea, making options for your wedding photography countless. If you prefer to have your destination wedding reception out at sea then why not hire a yacht or boat and sail into the sunset as a newlywed man and wife.
You must be in the BVI for at least 1 working day before you can get married
Marriage licences can be applied for on the same day as arrival onto the islands
Two witnesses need to be present
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