honeymoons envelope all of the beauty of nature that is characteristic of tropical islands. From the stature of the palm trees that cover the beaches, soft tropical breezes, stylish architecture and local attractions to the sounds of island music and the aroma that fills the air from the fresh, local fare, the reasons for couples to choose this sort of venue are plenty. The "No Residency Policy" of Caribbean locations allows couples to marry within hours of their arrival from anywhere in the world.
One of the most intoxicating locations for such a wedding is St. Lucia. The white sands, hypnotic waters and lush rain forest are virtually beyond compare. The climate and natural beauty of this island are perfect for your special day. St. Lucia is full of opportunities for couples to customize their wedding down to every last detail.
In regards to a very important detail, getting married in a distant locale does not mean having to settle for amateur photography as long as you plan ahead. There are a number of locals such as photographer Kirk Elliott (who offers some really fun options for your wedding and honeymoon memories) who are well qualified and offer a range of services to meet the standard befitting this luxury location.
As for staying occupied while visiting St. Lucia, have no worries. There is much to see and do should you decide that lounging in paradise is simply not enough.
Sports such as golf, cricket, volleyball, soccer, tennis, squash and the like are available for those of you who prefer to keep your land legs from getting rusty. You can also hike through the rain forest and work your way along the nature trails to feast your eyes on tropical birds and flowers. Those of you who are really adventurous will enjoy going on a jeep safari.
If you like to paint the town red, St. Lucia has an exciting night life to help you do just that. The Town of Gros Islet has earned its name as the night life capital of St. Lucia in part due to the Friday Night Street Party complete with live DJs and local delicacies from BBQ to seafood. Additional alternatives for those of you who like to party and love seafood are Anse-la-Raye Seafood Friday and Dennery Fish Saturday. You will also find a variety of night clubs, bars and restaurants to choose from.
St. Lucia Carnival.
No matter what time of the year you arrive in St. Lucia, you are sure to be greeted by the friendly locals and find all of the assistance you need in making your wedding or honeymoon everything it should be.