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ROMANCE IN PARADISE

24 January 2017

Wedding ceremonies in Samoa are legally recognised worldwide, with many of the hotels, resorts and tour operators offering wedding and honeymoon packages with in-house wedding coordinators.

Samoa Tourism Authority

Wedding ceremonies in Samoa are legally recognised worldwide, with many of the hotels, resorts and tour operators offering wedding and honeymoon packages with in-house wedding coordinators. They will also be able to assist with the application forms for a marriage license which must be filed fourteen days prior to the wedding with the local Justice Department.

Whether it is a traditional, formal service in a church or a more informal location by a cascading waterfall, Samoa’s breathtaking scenery will provide a picture perfect backdrop for one of the most memorable days in a person’s life.

Newlyweds looking to plan a honeymoon can choose to stay in a honeymoon suite at a number of resorts close to the pristine Lalomanu Beach, including the award winning adults-only Seabreeze Resort, a sanctuary for honeymooners where they can relax, dine and indulge whilst lazing on a hammock soaking up the sun or watching the starry skies. Boasting breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the scenic mountains of Upolu, Samoa’s newest luxury resort, Taumeasina Island Resort also provides a perfect location. The resort offers various wedding packages; from a chapel ceremony at the Vasa wedding venue, to tying the knot amongst the lush gardens or a romantic beach setting.

Samoa’s rich cultural heritage can be explored through the Samoa Cultural Village, the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum and in everyday life as visitors wander through Samoa's 360-plus villages. Those feeling more adventurous can hire a car and explore the islands at their own pace and choose from a range of activities including the rainforest canopy walkway along a hanging bridge on the island of Savaii, the Falease’ela River Walk through Samoa’s pristine natural environment or a scenic inland drive along the Le Mafa Pass on the island of Upolu.

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