From so many choices to choose to create that perfect destination, the Caribbean is most definitely popular. The beaches, activites, array of restaurants, locations easy to get to and a truly a relaxed vibe makes the Caribbean an easy location to have your destination wedding.
Antigua is known for it's 365 beaches (one for everyday of the year). A true gem; aperfect island. St. Johns is the capital which affords you to spend some time shopping. The island has wonderful resorts and plenty of excursions for you and your guests to enjoy. Explore the properties once you click the button below.
Aruba is known as One Happy Island. The tradewinds keep a nice breeze flowing all year long. Beaches are plentiful and getting around is quite easy. Eagle Beach and Palm Beach are where the majority of the resorts are located with a few in town. Shopping in Antigua is a joy and there are plenty of island acivities as well.
Bahamas is an archipelago of 700 islands and cays of which 30 - 40 of them are inhabited. Although the Bahamas is considered to be part of the Caribbean it is not geographically in the Caribbean. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean. Explore the ones that are most popular by clicking the button below.
Barbados is the easternmost island in the Lesser Antilles and is a Caribbean coral island. The natives sincere, warm and friendly with tremendous hospitality. There is so much to see and do on the island of Barbados. Capturing the true spirit of the Caribbean with wonderful traditions. A great choice to host your destination wedding.
The Dominican Republic is known for its beautiful beaches, all inclusive resorts, lots of activities and a great culture, but along with all this houses some fabulous rainforests and national parks. The Dominican Republic is also known for it's fashion, dance, music, cuisine, and history. Spanish is the official language.
Grenada is known as the "The Island of Spice" with it's hilly terrain and its production of nutmeg and mace crops and plantations. The official language is english but the main spoken language is French and Grenadian Creole. An ideal location for a destination wedding with over 40 white sand beaches and stunning turquoise waters.
Jamaica has always been a favored choice for destination weddings. The island is rather large, surrounded by lush beautifying mountains, rainforests and beaches. Many of the James Bond movies were filmed on the island of Jamaica with it's awe inspiring beauty. The natives are friendly, warm, and caring people.
St. Croix is a lush and stunning island. Easy to get around and passports for US citizens are not required. While big in charm and ambiance, the island instills a quaint and relaxed vibe. Hospitality and beauty go hand in hand on the island of St. Croix. So many picturesque resort settings to host your destination wedding.
The beauty of St. John is serene, legendery and something to behold. The island is the smallest & most idyllic of the three United States Virgin Islands. Two thirds of the island is the Virgin Islands National Park and is about 20 minutes from St. Thomas (by way of ferry) which makes island hopping easy and convenient.
St. Lucia is known as the Hawaii of the Caribbean. It's well known for the majestic twin peaks, The Pitons. On the island you'll find beautiful beaches, reef diving sites, a rain forest, lots of waterfalls, shopping, marinas, activities, many luxurious all inclusive resorts, and actually has the absolute best Banana bread one can find.
St. Thomas is a well established, well known island. Very scenic island and easy to get around. You can even take the Skyride 700 feet above the city or climb the famous 99 Steps of Charlotte Amalie for an incomparable view of the Caribbean. Lots of activities, beach and hospitality make this a perfect island for a destination wedding.
Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos has some of the best resorts with unspoiled, uncrowded pristine beaches. The island of Providenciales, known as Provo, is home to the expansive well known Grace Bay Beach. Whether it's diving, fishing, snorkeling, gambling or just relaxation, you'll definitely find it in Turks and Caicos.