If you’ve ever been to Fiji (or if you’ve ever seen a picture of Fiji), the first thing that comes in mind are azure beaches framed with white sand. This is truly a land where the tropical and tranquil lay right outside your door. Rich in culture, Fiji will captivate you with its people, beauty and serenity. It would make sense that you would say, “I want to be married in Fiji!”. After all when confronted with beauty on the scale of the Fijian Islands, the real question is why would you NOT want to be married in Fiji?
If the words “Destination Wedding” mean anything or sound even the most remotely intriguing, stop for a second and think outside the box. Step off the beaten path and look for something unusual yet simple, easy, manageable for the wedding of a lifetime. You will be pleasantly surprised how inexpensive a wedding in Fiji can be…you can choose a simple ceremony or an elaborate ceremony rife with island tradition. Think about this for a second: you can choose from over 330 different islands in Fiji for your wedding. Some are remote and some are bustling beehives of beauty. This is a dream wedding in a paradise like land. Keep the dream and let’s get to planning your fairytale.
So, when you’re ready to roll with your perfect wedding in Fiji, a few things to keep in mind:
- Read this page for information from the Fiji Embassy on getting married in Fiji
- Call Donna White at Journeys Down Under to schedule the wedding of a lifetime (as they all should be)
- Pick one of Donna’s most famous and popular travel packages for Fiji or create one of your own. With Donna’s help you will save money yet have the most luxurious vacation you ever imagined.
- Hit theYasawa Islands IMHO for the Fiji wedding of a lifetime: Deep blue ocean, fine sand beaches, gourmet dinners, scuba diving, culture and tradition. It’s all yours. What better way to start your life together?
So there it is. The perfect wedding, honeymoon and vacation all in one destination. Fiji. Your life, your love, your enchantment. What are you waiting for?