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Sun drenched Mexico is a destination for any kind of wedding. A warm, welcoming local culture, fascinating ancient Mayan ruins and two long coastlines on the Caribbean and the Pacific that boast white sand beaches with every amenity you could imagine, Mexico is a destination wedding dream.
Mexico is a breeze to get to, just a short flight from most places on the west coast of the US. Bask in Cancun’s all-inclusive resorts, browse colorful markets in LGBT-friendly Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, hike Mayan ruins in Riviera Maya, golf or sunbathe in Los Cabos where the desert meets the sea. Wherever you choose, your destination wedding in Mexico will be full of love, laughter, dancing and, of course, lots of tequila. Soak up all the beaches, the culture, the nature, and the romance that Mexico has to offer you.
Notice: For those who may have concerns about the Zika virus, according to the latest press release from the Mexican Government, they state that ” the Zika virus poses no threat to Mexico Tourists “
NEED TO KNOW:
Getting married in Mexico will require some documentation. You and your bride or groom-to-be will need to supply your valid passports, originals and copies of your birth certificates translated by an authorized translator, and death and divorce certificates if applicable.
- CURRENCY: Mexican Peso, but US dollars are widely accepted in resort areas
- LANGUAGE: Spanish is Mexico’s official language, but English is widely understood in tourist areas.
- COUNTRY CODE: +52
- WEATHER: The climate varies greatly in Mexico, depending where you go it could be mountainous and chilly, Mediterranean-esque, an arid desert, or tropical.
ELECTRICITY: 127V, 60Hz (US type A plug)
- GETTING THERE: Mexico is an easy flight from most major US airports. Flights to Mexico City take about six hours from both NYC and LA.