Families love Vanuatu!
It is a family friendly and affordable wedding option.
There are some great places offering intimate
and romantic experiences for Adults Only.
Something a bit different
What could be more romantic than Cruising and exchanging vows in simple, rustic elegance on the beach?
Port Vila is a great place to visit, but why not take the time to visit some of the other islands!
Are weddings legally recognised overseas?
Weddings in Vanuatu are recognised as legal worldwide.
What documents are
required to get married in
Birth Certificate - Photocopy for each of you;
Passport ID page - Photocopy for each of you;
Divorce Certificate/Spouse Death Certificate - Photocopy for each of you where applicable, if either of you has been married previously or widowed (each time);
Completed Notice of Intent to Marry Form (samples available);
Completed Witness form if you are having your own witnesses, otherwise the resort will supply witnesses for you and fill out this form.
How do I apply for a
Your documentation should be lodged around 4-6 weeks beforehand and we collect and lodge the wedding documentation for you.
Are wedding packages available?
We have a variety of all-inclusive packages along with extras
to suit all budgets and needs for your special day. Please contact us for further information.
What options do we have
Vanuatu has a range of stunning locations to choose from - Beach, forest, private islands, remote sandbanks and quaint picturesque Wedding Chapels.
Are there group travel discounts available?
Wedding parties frequently qualify for group travel discounts depending on the size of the group. Please contact us for your personalised quote.
How many days before
should I arrive?
It is recommended that you arrive a couple of days before your wedding. This will allow time to finalise plans. (With the exception of cruise ship weddings)
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