Honeymoons in Cuba

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Cuba Overview

Cuba is made up of over 200 bays and 300 natural beaches, making it the largest island in the West Indies. Although Cuba is considered to have a tropical climate, it has the advantage of a gentle breeze due to the trade winds, cooling temperatures. Cuba has two distinct seasons; the rainy season (May to October) and the dry season (November to April). You’ll soon come to realise why in 1492 Christopher Columbus claimed Cuba to be “the most beautiful island”. It boasts some of the richest flora worldwide with coconut palms, tropical fruit trees and the royal palm trees.

Key Facts for Cuba

Currency: Cuban Peso

Capital: Havana

Language: Spanish

Flight time: 18 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Cuba

When to go:
November to April is the best time to visit as this is considered the dry season.

Flight Information:
Direct flights to Cuba take about 9 hours from the UK.

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Visas are required for travel to Cuba for UK passport holders

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Getting Married in Cuba

If you're looking to host your wedding on a sun drenched tropical beach then why not consider Cuba. Located in the west of the Caribbean, Cuba is a large island that is full of Spanish splendour and Caribbean magic. With churches ready to host your wedding as well as hotel resorts, beaches and exotic gardens, weddings abroad in Cuba can make your dreams become reality. With a vast range of locations all with stunning backdrops in which to host your reception once you have exchanged your vows, a wedding in Cuba is unforgettable.

Marriage Requirements


Getting married in Cuba requires little more than a passport and tourist card. You will need to get Spanish translations of your birth certificates together with marriage/death/divorce certificates if applicable and get them certified by a notary public. In addition you need to type up a list detailing both names and addresses, level of education, occupations, as well as the full names and nationality  of your parents. Attach this to a copy of the photo page of your passport. Then fax everything to your hotel in Cuba at least three weeks prior to your arrival. Remember to take all the original documents with you.  For more information visit http://www.islandbrides.com/destination/Cuba/requirements/12/

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