Honeymoons in Antigua & Barbuda

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Antigua & Barbuda Overview

The small island of Antigua is famous for its beaches, both sandy and rocky, its myriad of sailing opportunities, and its beautiful and serene waters, which are a scuba diver and snorkeler’s dream. The scattered Antiguan cities have a strong West Indies flavour, and the country has prospered financially due to the proliferation of the tourism industry, making it easy for honeymooners to find shelter in any number of well staffed facilities.

Key Facts for Antigua & Barbuda

Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar & US Dollar

Capital: St. John's

Language: English

Flight time: 8 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Antigua & Barbuda

When to go :
The sunniest of the Eastern Caribbean Islands, Antigua is best visited during the cool and dry winter months (mid-December to mid-April).

Flight Information :
Antigua 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 Antigua & Barbuda

The gorgeous Caribbean island of Antigua, famous for its laid back lifestyle and amazing climate is a perfect destination for your wedding abroad if you are looking for a tropical paradise.

This island is English-speaking which will make the planning of your wedding easy and straight-forward. You can have your wedding at one the luxurious resorts or have a beautiful ceremony at one of the gorgeous white sandy beaches looking out across the crystal clear waters. Getting married in Antigua offers versatility, easy planning and is a truly welcoming island to get married in. Such a picturesque island, you will leave Antigua with some amazing memories and beautiful photographs of your wedding abroad.

Marriage Requirements

Antigua & Barbuda

To get married in Antigua you both will need valid passports. If either of you have been previously married, then bring along the original divorce decree or, in the case of a widow or widower, the original marriage and death certificates.  Ensure that all documents are in your legal name, and provide affidavits in cases where you are known by another name. Your marriage must also be solemnized or celebrated in the presence of two or more witnesses, apart from the Marriage Officer. For more information visit http://www.antigua-barbuda.org/Agmarr01.htm