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For those considering a wedding day away in Latin American there are a dizzying array of choices. Consider the unforgettable landscape of Argentina, the tropical yet cosmopolitan lands of Brazil, the pristine sandy white beaches of Belize or the charm of Costa Rica.

Whether your style preference is traditional charm, modern chic, metropolitan comforts or even the extremes it's all available in Central and South America.

Here are some examples of Wedding Day Away locations.

 

Argentina

Argentina

Argentina is a heady mixture of old world traditional and new world cosmopolitan.

So varied are the regions, cultures and landscapes that to truly understand what Argentina has to offer it is necessary to consider each area in isolation. Here are some of the highlights...

Let's start with Buenos Aires, home to a bustling multi-cultural populace, it is Argentina's commercial hub but maintains its old world charm.

In the northwest you can visit the amazing multi-colored valleys of Purmamarca in the province of Jujuy.

The northeast features the stunning Iguazu Waterfalls, located on the Brazilian border, which attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

The Atlantic coastal region (The East of Argentina) provides tourists with endless beaches, sea lion reserves and the opportunity to see whales during mating season.

The southwest provides the beautiful Patagonia where you can enjoy fishing, golfing, skiing, rafting, trekking, horse riding, or even visit a wonder of the world, the glacier at Perito Moreno.

 

Quick facts

  • The official language is Spanish.
  • Argentina spans over 15,000 miles
  • Second only to Brazil in size in South America, Argentina is one of the ten largest countries in the world.
  • It is bordered by Paraguay and Bolivia in the north, Brazil and Uruguay in the northeast, and Chile in the west and south.
  • Argentina, due to the sheer land mass, has a varied climate. Generally the temperature ranges from tropical hot, humid summers with mild drier winters, and is subject to periodic droughts. There are often thunderstorms in the summer and cool cold winters. The mountainous zones suffer from heavy snowfalls.
  • Argentina has 4,665 km (2,899 mi) of coastline. The continental platform is unusually wide. In Argentina the shallow area of the Atlantic Ocean is called Mar Argentino. The waters are rich in fisheries and suspected of holding important hydrocarbon energy resources.
  • Argentina's is the 31st largest economy in the world.
  • The Peso is the official currency of Argentina but credit cards are widely accepted

 

NEED TO KNOW FACTS FOR MARRIAGE

  • A passport is required for entry, valid for 6 months after the date of travel.
  • AT LEAST ONE PARTNER OF THE MARRIAGE MUST BE A RESIDENT OF ARGENTINA.
  • All documents must be notarized including a declaration certifying that neither party has been married before. Divorcees need their original final decree or a certified copy and widows will need a copy of the death certificate.
  • Under 18's need consent forms from the Registrars office and parents
  • No blood test is required.
  • Your marriage must also be in the presence of two or more witnesses, apart from the Marriage Officer.

 

Disclaimer:
Laws do change and so we cannot guarantee that all information regarding rules, regulations, and marriage requirements at particular sites are completely accurate at the time of viewing. Before making marriage decisions on a particular destination, we highly recommend you speak with one of our wedding planners.

Now you have seen the beautiful locations to choose from, click here to get started with your planning!

 


Belize

Belize

They say the best things come in small packages and Belize typifies this.

The country is less than 9,000 squares miles in size yet year after year Belize attracts visitors from all over the globe. Anyone who has ever visited this beautiful country will tell you why. Both the mainland and the coastal regions are remarkable.

The busy season here is in what the US and Europe refer to as the Fall or Autumn months. Travelers looking to escape the coming cold of the Northern hemisphere flock to Belize for the more tropical climate where fishing and diving are popular past times.

The quieter months are those of the summer which is ideal for those looking for a relaxed, comfortable vacation. Both times of the year have their own unique attractions and the choice of when to visit is totally up to you, your budget and the adventure you crave.

 

Quick facts

  • The official language of Belize is English. Other languages that are spoken include Spanish, Creole, Garifuna and Mayan.
  • The average temperature of Belize is 80ºF
  • The coastline has a length of over 386 km with a never-ending variety of beaches for any possible taste.
  • The official currency is the Belize Dollar but most hotels, resorts and restaurants will accept U.S. currency.

 

NEED TO KNOW FACTS FOR MARRIAGE

  • A passport is required for entry, valid for 6 months after the date of travel.
  • You must be in Belize for at least three days prior to marriage to apply for your license. The marriage license can be obtained from the General Registry in Belize City (501-2-77377) or at the Solicitor General's Office in Belmopan (501-8-22154). The cost of the license is US$100.00.
  • Proof of citizenship is needed and an original birth certificate with a raised seal, or a certified copy signed by a notary public, which includes father's name OR a valid passport.
  • Marriage ceremonies in Belize are internationally valid.
  • All documents must be notarized including a declaration certifying that neither party has been married before. Divorcees need their original final decree or a certified copy and widows will need a copy of the death certificate.
  • Under 18's need consent forms from the Registrars office and parents
  • No blood test is required.
  • Your marriage must also be in the presence of two or more witnesses, apart from the Marriage Officer, who must be over 18.

 

Disclaimer:
Laws do change and so we cannot guarantee that all information regarding rules, regulations, and marriage requirements at particular sites are completely accurate at the time of viewing. Before making marriage decisions on a particular destination, we highly recommend you speak with one of our wedding planners.

Now you have seen the beautiful locations to choose from, click here to get started with your planning!

 


Brazil

Brazil

A Brazilian based wedding will certainly have a South American flavor all of its own.

Brazil is a simply massive country. The largest in South & Central America. So large in fact that we could not give a true overview in these few paragraphs so instead we will provide you with details of some of the more famous or memorable areas (But these are just a few).

Brazil is full of exciting cities, the two biggest being Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

Sao Paolo, populated by 20 million people, resides by the Atlantic ocean on the east of the country right next to a stunning mountain range. Vistors must make sure to visit the Baroque theater.Rio, famous for the carnival, is the city of the samba, lambada and the Copacabana beach.

Pantanal, the wetlands of the west, are home to thousands of species of wildlife

As mentioned in the Argentina write up, the Iguacu Falls, in the south of Brazil at the border with Argentina are simply breath taking.

Of course no Brazilian vacation can be complete without traveling the Amazon (Well, part of it as it's so long it covers over half the country). You will never experience anything else quite like it. Many locals and frequent visitors recommend Manaus as a good tipping off point for your Amazonian travels.

 

Quick facts

  • The official Language of Brazil is Portuguese, however English is generally understood if not spoken.
  • Brazil has an average temperature of 25º C (76º F).
  • The Brazilian currency is the Real (R$).

 

NEED TO KNOW FACTS FOR MARRIAGE

  • A passport is required for entry, valid for 6 months after the date of travel.
  • Religious ceremonies may be performed, but they are not legally recognized.
  • Documents needed to get married in Brazil include a birth certificate which must be authenticated by a Brazilian Consulate in the U.S. and translated into Portuguese.
  • All documents must be notarized including a declaration certifying that neither party has been married before. Divorcees need their original final decree or a certified copy and widows will need a copy of the death certificate.
  • Under 18's need consent forms from the Registrars office and parents
  • No blood test is required.
  • Your marriage must also be in the presence of two or more witnesses, apart from the Marriage Officer, who must be over 18.

 

Disclaimer:
Laws do change and so we cannot guarantee that all information regarding rules, regulations, and marriage requirements at particular sites are completely accurate at the time of viewing. Before making marriage decisions on a particular destination, we highly recommend you speak with one of our wedding planners.

Now you have seen the beautiful locations to choose from, click here to get started with your planning!

 


Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Latin flair is in abundance in this charming Central American country. It quite simply has everything you could possibly want from a Wedding Day Away. Some of the landscape will provide a stunning backdrop to your nuptials.

Costa Rica has numerous lively towns and cities to discover and an amazingly diverse range of landscapes. The capital, San Jose, is the commercial hub of this developing country which is embracing Western development whilst maintaining its historical culture and ambience.

The Guanacaste Province on the northern Pacific Coast is Costa Rica's sunniest and driest area. Here there are long sandy beaches contrast with sparkling blue waters. Local villages have an easygoing lifestyle.

Liberia, in the central eastern region, offers a more traditional look at old world Costa Rica.  However, if you are looking for more adventure, there are volcanoes in Arenal and rain forests in Monteverde just waiting to be explored.

At Tamarindo and numerous coastal resorts in the east and the south of the country there are innumerable white sand beaches fringed by palm trees. You will be able to relax, soak up the sunshine and perhaps take a dip in the turquoise sea.

 

Quick facts

  • The official language is Spanish although many people speak English.
  • The average temperature in Costa Rica is 72ºF.
  • The official currency is the Costa Rican Colon

 

NEED TO KNOW FACTS FOR MARRIAGE

  • A passport is required for entry, valid for 6 months after the date of travel.
  • Both groom and bride must provide their age (at the date of the planned marriage), birth place (city, state, country), profession and exact home address.
  • All documents must be notarized including a declaration certifying that neither party has been married before. Divorcees need their original final decree or a certified copy and widows will need a copy of the death certificate.
  • Under 18's need consent forms from the Registrars office and parents
  • No blood test is required.
  • Your marriage must also be in the presence of two or more witnesses, apart from the Marriage Officer, who must be over 18.

 

Disclaimer:
Laws do change and so we cannot guarantee that all information regarding rules, regulations, and marriage requirements at particular sites are completely accurate at the time of viewing. Before making marriage decisions on a particular destination, we highly recommend you speak with one of our wedding planners.

Now you have seen the beautiful locations to choose from, click here to get started with your planning!

 

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