No better place to get married than in a lush vibrant tropical setting of unparalleled beauty in the islands of Mauritius. Our Island has the privilege to assist thousands of couples with their wedding and vow renewal plans.
We assist you to select everything from the perfect ceremony location, to your wedding day. Each of our breathtaking venues is meticulously prepared prior to your event to allow you to relax and live in the moment on your special day.
We do pay attention to details and strive for a smooth stress-free experience, start to finish.
Legal Documents to provide include:
Minimum 2 months prior your departure to Mauritius, our wedding planner should receive copies of all necessary documents (can be sent through e-mail / letter / fax)
Copies of the following documents are required:The first three pages of both passports
These materials must be sent four weeks prior to the wedding to.
Couples need to be on the island for three working days prior to the ceremony.
Note that most hotels require a minimum stay of seven nights.
Before the big day, a visit to Port Louis will be arranged to sign affidavits.
Original documentation must be produced on the wedding day.
Documents not in English must be translated into English and duly stamped.
Religious wedding ceremonies can only take place between Mondays and Friday, and subject to the availability of the registrar. Ceremonies of this kind cannot take place on public holidays.
Catholics wishing to get married in Mauritius should contact the:
Port Louis Diocèses
Tel: +230 208 3068
Fax: +230 208 6607
All documents should be in either English or French and compulsorily certified.
A widow or a divorced woman is not authorized to remarry before 300 days after the death of her husband or after having obtained the divorce, unless a medical certificate established by a doctor certifying that she is not pregnant.
Weddings can’t be celebrated on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.