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Jamaica Overview

Famous for its warm and laid back people, Jamaica is an ideal destination for either relaxation or adventure, as the island boasts one of the most diverse landscapes in the Caribbean. Mountains soar above tropical rainforests, while secluded beaches beckon to the weary honeymooner. Hospitality is world renowned, and the weather is perfect year round. Jamaica will dazzle with its eclectic music, breathtaking sights, and warm people.

Key Facts for Jamaica

Currency: Jamaican Dollar

Captital: Kingston

Language: English

Flight time: 9 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Jamaica

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

Flight Information:
Jamaica is approximately 9 hours from the UK.

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Getting Married in Jamaica

If you want to get married somewhere with a truly laid back feel and a warm and friendly atmosphere then why not consider getting married in Jamaica. Famous for its reggae music and jerk chicken, you could add a real Jamaican twist to your big day, incorporating all their culture has to offer. If you are thinking about holding your wedding abroad in Jamaica then you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a location, you could say you I do’s on a secluded pristine beach or in a beautiful resort. You could even do it near the famous Ocho Rios waterfall which will give you some amazing wedding photographs. If you are looking for a totally relaxed place to hold your wedding abroad then Jamaica could be the perfect destination for you.

Marriage Requirements


You have to be resident for 24 hours before you can be married, this must include one working day.

You must apply for a marriage licence at the Ministry of Justice, this can be done through your wedding planner and can take up to four weeks to process.

You must be able to state the full names of both your parents as well as yourselves on the application form and send in the documents below.

For further information visit http://www.marryabroad.co.uk/how-to-marry-in-jamaica.shtml