Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda are Caribbean islands that form one country. With spectacular beaches, a winding coastline, cliffs, coral rock formations and reefs there are a million different options for your dream destination wedding setting.
Celebrities love Antigua and Barbuda for the high-end resorts, peace and tranquility with some of the finest white sand beaches amid a contrast of azure waters. Make sure to keep an eye out as you don’t know who you may meet.
While at the harbor, notice the sights of multi-colored and, dance in the street to the toe tapping steel-drum music, and dine on traditional West-Indian cuisine.
You will enjoy everything about this exotic island. grants a chic retreat one will never, ever forget. If you are looking to have an extravagant destination wedding and woo your guests, Antigua and Barbuda should be on your destination wedding invitations.
The trip to Stingray City is one of the most popular things to do in Antigua. Just a five-minute speedboat ride off the island’s east coast, Stingray City is a shallow pool with a sandy bottom amid a tropical reef, where hundreds of friendly southern stingrays glide through the crystal-clear waters waiting to be fed by visitors.
Nelson’s Dockyard National Park
A hot spot for tourists, and packed with multiple attractions, Nelson’s Dockyard National Park is a tourist delight. Its main claim to fame is that it remains the only continuously operating Georgian dockyard in the world and it was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in July, 2016.
Soak up the ambience by wandering around all of the restored stone warehouses, which contrast strikingly with the glitzy superyachts in the marina. Most of these old buildings are now home to hotels, restaurants, shops, and galleries.
17 Mile Beach Barbuda
Those who lay eyes on Barbuda’s 17 Mile Beach, will probably never see a more ravishing stretch of coast. Lapped by pale aqua seas, this stunning stretch of pink-tinged sand separates the Barbuda lagoon from the Caribbean Sea and impresses even the most jaded of beach connoisseurs.
Strolling along these sublime shores is one of the most popular things to do in Barbuda. The sand here is soft as flour, and its remote location means you can walk for miles and not see another soul.
Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Antigua and Barbuda.
An affidavit obtained in Antigua, stating that both parties are single and free to marry. Birth certificates, passports, and the special marriage license.
2nd Weddings: Proof of divorce or death certificate is required.
Application: Must be completed in person
Notice Period: None
Residency Period: Residency of 3 days prior to the ceremony
Waiting Period: None
Fees (US Dollars)
English is the official language of Antigua and Barbuda
Although other currencies are accepted, the best currency for Antigua is the Antigua currency- XCD or the USD