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Romantic Samoa

Samoa
Samoa Pacific Islands
Savai'i Samoa

Romantic Samoa

story by: Inspire Samoa

Every cliché that has ever been written about liquid skies, swaying palm trees, balmy nights, magical sunsets, warm turquoise waters with tropical reefs bursting with aquatic life, toes in the warm powdery white soft sand and a scented frangipani tucked in your hair are quite simply true in the stunning island paradise of Samoa. To have the beach all to yourselves in a spectacular tropical setting with the sound of lapping waves and the roar of the surf on the reef nearby, is something so wonderfully romantic and magical to experience. For love is Samoa – you can’t help but focus on each other. Island life flows with relaxed ease as you treat yourselves to some personal indulgences; a soothing romantic his and hers massage in a private fale on the beach, a glass of champagne as you sit at the end of the jetty watching a surreal sunset with your “someone special”. Somewhere in the distance the sound of gentle guitars, a sense of total wellbeing in a world where you’ll smile all day, pinching yourself that every day you worked to achieve your wedding or honeymoon in this special corner of paradise has been totally worth it. The Samoan people love a good wedding and they love to share their amazing culture and age old traditions with visitors lucky enough to be there – one thing’s for sure, you’ll be looking forward to returning back to this true paradise for your anniversary. Whether a wedding or honeymoon, Romance is what Samoa is all about and you’re sure to cherish these memories forever!

Legal Requirements
• Original (or certified copy) birth certificate
• Valid passport(s) including valid visitors permit if required
• Letter from marriage officer or authority from the area of permanent residence verifying that the couple have never been married before
• Recommend a minimum of three working days residency in Samoa before intended date of marriage
• A completed Notice of Intended Marriage
• Documentation must be sent to the property at least 14 days prior to the wedding date
• If divorced, a copy of the Decree Absolute is required
• If previous spouse is deceased, a copy of the death certificate is required
• A small fee is also payable to the Ministry of Justice

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