Honeymoons in Tahiti
If you're looking for a honeymoon in paradise, consider Tahiti. White sandy beaches and clear water create a tranquil beauty perfect for a honeymoon!
If you’re looking for a honeymoon in paradise, why not consider Tahiti? A honeymoon in Tahiti promises turquoise water and white sand, with plenty of luxury resorts and water bungalows to choose from. Spend your days lazing on the beautiful beaches or enjoying decadent spa treatments, and your evenings dining on delicious local food before strolling along the sand in the moonlight, enjoying cocktails and toasting to the start of married life.
Key Facts for Tahiti
Currency: CFP Franc
Language: French and Tahitian
Flight time: 8 hours from Sydney
When to Honeymoon in Tahiti
Tahiti has an average temperature of 27 degrees all year round, so it’s a great honeymoon choice no matter when you marry. November through to April tends to be the wettest time of the year, whilst August is the driest month. However, January to March is typically the warmest month of the year in Tahiti. The warm temperature is balanced with cooling sea breezes, and the sea is warm to swim in.
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Getting Married in Tahiti
Marriages taking place in Tahiti are legally binding for Australians, and many of the resorts on the island are keen to provide these services. There are destination wedding specialists on the island of Tahiti who can help you marry in paradise! Whether you spend a few days or a couple of weeks there, following up your wedding in Tahiti with a honeymoon on the island too, you’re sure to be made welcome by the people.
Marry surrounded by undeniable beauty on the sandy beaches or lush green gardens of Tahiti!
Australian marriages in Tahiti are legally binding. You just need to adhere to the following guidelines:
You must not be currently married
You must not be French nationals or residents
You must complete a “Marriage of Foreign Citizens in French Polynesia” application
The bride and groom must both be over 18, and each choose a witness over the age of 18
You need your passports and birth certificates, with an 'Apostille' in French
A French translated ‘Certificat de Celibat’ and proof of residency is also required
Find out more by visiting http://tahitinow.com.au/about-tahiti/wedding/
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