Weddings are now legal in French Polynesia. A new law was passed in France which has allowed non-French nationals to be legally wed throughout the islands of Tahiti! Same-sex couples may also be legally married in French Polynesia since the passing of the Marriage Equality Act in France, one of the only South Pacific destinations where same sex weddings are actually legal.
Tahiti Vacations are now making Kiwi weddings in Tahiti even easier with their updated, “Say Oui in Tahiti”, brochure which has been designed purely for booking legal weddings in Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. New options have been incorporated this year, which include, getting legally married in Tahiti with a ceremonial wedding in Bora Bora, or having the legal and ceremonial wedding in Tahiti and honeymoon in Bora Bora. Not to mention some fabulous Moorea legal wedding options also.
Lola Carter, Managing Director of Tahiti Vacations says ‘Tahiti has never been so affordable to get legally married in, with a lead in option of $2995pp (share twin) ex Auckland, including airfares ex Auckland, all required transfers, 5 nights accommodation at Le Meridien Tahiti, daily breakfast for 2, a 3 course dinner and a legal and ceremonial wedding. That has to be the most inexpensive non stress wedding you can think of’ she reiterates. Check out their website www.tahitivacations.co.nz for more information.
Tahiti. The word evokes visions of an island paradise. With 118 islands and atolls that comprise this ideal South Pacific destination, the islands of Bora Bora, Moorea, Taha’a and beyond continue to seduce travellers in search of a tranquil escape. With islands boasting high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, white sand, palm-fringed beaches, turquoise blue lagoons and emerald-green waters, this island paradise has something for everyone. There is no better place to celebrate your new life together!
If you’re planning a wedding, and considering a pristine destination to share your vows with your fiancé feel free to contact Tahiti Vacations for a copy of this great new brochure or general advice on getting married in French Polynesia on 0800 287 283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org