Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea, Taha’a, are names that conjure up images of romance under a tropical sun. Considered to be the world’s most romantic destination, The Islands of Tahiti is the ideal choice for beginning your new life as wife and husband.
The ideal setting
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The Islands of Tahiti
The perfect setting for the most romantic day of your life
A wedding chapel on the shore of a white sandy beach or on the deck of a yacht anchored in a turquoise lagoon… there are many different ways to celebrate your special day.
Formalities to get married in The Islands of Tahiti
A change in French law for the French overseas territories (like French Polynesia) authorizes foreign citizens to marry legally in The Islands of Tahiti.
A certain number of formalities must be completed and documents provided for a civil wedding service in French Polynesia. We recommend that you contact an agent from Tahiti Specialist Program (TSP) who will help you organize your wedding. You should allow from 3 to 5 months for the process.
An authentic experience
Celebrate a traditional Polynesian wedding
As well as official ceremonies and civil marriage, hotels, travel agents and cruise companies can also organize a traditional wedding ceremony for exchanging your vows or celebrating a wedding anniversary.
Celebrate your romance in an idyllic setting with our honeymoon offers which will make your wedding an unforgettable experience.
Bora Bora, Tahaa
Bora Bora, Moorea, Tahiti
Bora Bora, Tahiti
A honeymoon in The Islands of Tahiti
There’s no other destination in the world with the same romantic aura as The Islands of Tahiti
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The Islands of Tahiti welcomes LGBT couples
Same sex marriage is legal in The Islands of Tahiti where the equal rights of the LGBT community are fully protected. Whether you’re planning a wedding, a honeymoon, or just a romantic vacation, seal your relationship and live your dreams to the full in the most romantic setting in the world.
Bora Bora is considered to be the most romantic destination in the world, but take a look at the rest of The Islands of Tahiti as well, you’ll be in for a pleasant surprise.