Unforgettable weddings, Romantic honeymoons, Stunning lush scenery, Gorgeous palm-fringed beaches,… all in St Lucia! Saint Lucia has won the “World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination” award for 2002-2004 and 2006-2008. Surrounded by beautiful sand beaches and spectacular lush rainforest, few island locations around the world can compete. Simply put, Saint Lucia is easily one of the most romantic and beautiful islands you’ll ever visit (read more below the photo)
Here in Saint Lucia you’ll find a diverse range of accommodation from boutique hotels and intimate inns to spacious villas, all-inclusive hotels and luxury resorts. There are a number of charming restaurants to choose from on the island, often locally owned and operated. Most of the resorts are located near the island’s two main towns: Castries, the island’s capital, and Soufriere, a sleepy seaside town nestling at the foot of the spectacular Piton Mountains. Saint Lucia offers a memorable, intimate experience while other Caribbean Islands are more dedicated to tourists in t-shirts. As a result, a honeymoon in Saint Lucia tends to be a quieter, low-key experience to savour.
St. Lucia Vacation Trip FAQ’s
- What is the Climate Like in St. Lucia?
St. Lucia’s temperature ranges from 65-85 degrees (Fahrenheit) from December to May and 75-95 degrees from June to November. The winter is relatively more dry as well. Visitors should bring cool, comfortable clothing. While jacket and tie are rarely requisite, overly casual beachwear is rarely appreciated off the beach.
- I Am Planning on Getting Married in St. Lucia, What Will I Need?
The following original documents are required to be produced in person before the local registrar (foreign documents must be translated into English):
Proof of Absolute, if one of the parties is divorced.
A Death Certificate for the former spouse, in the case of a widow/widower.
A Deed Pool, if a name has been changed.
Evidence of parental consent, in the form of a notarized sworn affidavit, if one of the parties is under the age of 18.
Residency Application to be married in St. Lucia must be made by a local solicitor to the Attorney General, who will issue a marriage license after a two-day residency period. It takes two business days to process the application.