Honeymoons in Grenada

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Grenada Overview

Grenada is one of the least frequented islands in the Caribbean, making it perfect for honeymooners looking for tropical wonder without the usual oppressing throngs of tourists. The coasts of the isle are studded by mountainous bays and secluded beaches, great for quiet relaxation or water activities. The island has been hit hard by hurricanes in recent years, yet the spirit of the people and beauty of the island remains firmly intact.

Key Facts for Grenada

Currency: East Caribbean Dollar

Capital: St. George’s

Language: English

Flight time: 8 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Grenada

When to go:
Grenada enjoys warm weather year-round. The best time to visit is January to May when it is driest.


Flight Information:
Grenada is approx 9 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.


Currency:
Eastern Caribbean Dollar & US Dollar


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Getting Married in Grenada

Grenada is the perfect island if you are looking to have your wedding abroad in a beautiful and secluded place. Grenada is one of the smaller Caribbean islands, filled with lush tropical rainforests and miles of unspoilt beaches, it is truly a paradise island. If you choose to say your vows in Grenada then you will be spoiled for choice when looking for a venue as Grenada has plenty of luxurious resorts with excellent wedding planners just waiting to help you organise you special day. There are some legal aspects that you will need to consider when planning your big day in Grenada which your wedding planner will be able to help you with.

Marriage Requirements

Grenada

To marry in Grenada you will need to be resident 3 days prior to saying your vows. You will also need the following documents:

Valid Passports

Birth Certificates

If one of the parties is divorced, proof of a Decree Absolute

Proof of Single Status: an affidavit, or a letter from a clergyman, lawyer, or Registry on official letterhead attesting to the fact that the parties involved have not been married previously.

For more information visit http://www.islandbrides.com/destination/Grenada/requirements/16/

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