Honeymoons in Chile

Perfect for couples looking for something off of the beaten path, a honeymoon in Chile offers mystery and adventure. Chile’s unique landscape will capture your heart and spark your interest. With a landscape that brings deserts, glaciers, rainforests and pristine beaches, this South American country has a lot to offer. If you love spending time outdoors, Chile will be your paradise, where you can choose to ski, raft, or hike. A honeymoon in Chile even offers the opportunity for a trip to Antarctica from the nation’s southern tip. With a reputation for being at the top of the list of stable and wealthy South American countries, more than two million visitors flock to Chile each year.
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Chile Overview

A long list of outdoor activities awaits you on your honeymoon in Chile – the choice is yours! You can ski or go trekking in the mountains, or you can lay back and enjoy the beaches, or you can do both. Planning a honeymoon in Chile is a sure fire way to celebrate a one-of-a-kind vacation that you will remember for years to come.

Any honeymoon in Chile can only get better when you take the time to put these destinations into your itinerary:
- Chiloe. This island is decorated with brightly painted wooden churches, beckoning visitors to come in for a closer look.
- Chiloe. This island is decorated with brightly painted wooden churches, beckoning visitors to come in for a closer look.
- Collowara Observatory. Near La Serena you can take advantage of Chile’s clear skies and peek in on a far off galaxy.
- Easter Island. You’ve seen the ancient moai stone figures in commercials and on television many times – now’s your chance to see them in person while exploring one of the world’s most remote inhabited places.

Key Facts for Chile

Currency: Peso

Capital: Santiago

Language: Spanish

Flight time: 14 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Chile

When to go:
Chile is a large country, covering land all the way from the southern tip of South America up to Bolivia and Peru in the north. If you so choose, your honeymoon in Chile will subject you to a climate which is forever changing, in sync with the landscape. The northern parts of Chile are characteristically hot and arid, while rain and low temperatures are to be expected in the south. A typical Mediterranean climate is found in the central regions of the country, with a wet season lasting from May until August. For the most part, Chile’s year is divided into four seasons: spring (September to November), summer (December to February), autumn (March to May), and winter (June to August). For those looking forward to time spent lounging on the beach during their honeymoon in Chile, it would be wise to note that January and February are the busiest months. At this time, beaches are crowded and you will need to reserve well in advance.

Flight Information:
Qantas operate flights from Sydney to Santiago with one stop en route. Thetotal flying time is approximately 17 hours.

The Chilean Peso

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Australian couples on their way to celebrate a honeymoon in Chile do not require a visa for visits of up to 90 days. A passport which is valid for a minimum of six months is the only requirement. You will arrive in Chile’s capital, Santiago, and from there the country is yours to discover! Public transportation in Santiago is excellent, but for traveling outside of the capital domestic flights are reliable. And of course, you always have the option of renting a car for all or part of your stay.

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Getting Married in Chile

If you're looking for a very diverse landscape in which to get married that also has plenty of culture, and stunning scenery, then you might want to consider Chile. Full of Spanish charm and vibrancy, this long thin land can offer an exciting choice of churches or hotel resorts with stunning beaches nearby or snow capped  mountains, and it is this diversity which makes weddings abroad in Chile a great choice for many couples. With plenty of hotel resorts offering spectacular scenic views, there's a multitude of places to host a reception and wow your guests too.

Marriage Requirements


It is not possible to solemnise a civil wedding ceremony in Chile and in order for your marriage to be legally binding in Chile you need to first register your marriage certificate with the consulate of your country in Chile. Both parties will need to be present and will need to have with them valid passports and birth certificates together with the certificate which needs to have been translated into Spanish and notarised. All documentation is then sent to the Civil Registry and Identification service in Chile which can take up to six months to process. The cost varies depending on each consulate. To learn more visit http://chileabroad.gov.cl/en/que-hacer/para-casarse-o-separarse/

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