at Grand Lido Negril
Our Top Pick For
Weddings offer intimacy and affordability.
of a beach wedding in a tropical Caribbean paradise, the sand
between your toes and the sound of the ocean behind you?
Adventure Travel help you plan your dream wedding. From an intimate
beach wedding for two, to a full friends and family event.
weddings have become very popular for several reasons. One of
which is low-stress, low cost as well as romantic.
is the most important aspect of a destination wedding. According
to many wedding planners the cost of a destination wedding is
significantly lower. While a typical church wedding might be followed
by a reception with a sit down dinner for 100 people or more,
a dance and the requisite flowers, photos and limousines, an island
wedding for example is usally short and simple, held outdoors
with only a couple of dozen friends and family followed by a casual
knows how important such a journey is for a newlywed couple wanting
to create a memorable experience.
take pride in customizing your very own journey suited to your
very own vision of what the perfect Honeymoon should be. We also
offer a registry for any of your friends and family who wish to
give you a gift towards your honeymoon.
THE HOT DESTINATION WEDDING LOCATION
Rome: Citta Eternal the "Eternal City"
A bustling modern city, Rome is the cradle of the Roman Civilization,
the home of the Vatican, where excitement and history touch all
who visit. In Rome you can just feel romance in the air as you
wander through its beautiful piazza or squares. Rome is the only
city in the world, where modern, ancient and medieval seem to
mix, seamlessly. It makes a beautiful setting for a wedding. Choose
to have a religious ceremony in one of the most famous churches
in Italy; a religious and/or civil wedding on a garden terrace
overlooking the city or in an historical villa in the hills of
Rome; a civil wedding in the ancient Terme or baths of Caracalla.
Rome's wealth of architectural and artistic treasures makes it
a truly unforgettable experience. When in Rome, don't miss the
Coliseum, the Forum & Palatine Hill, St Peter's Basilica and
the Via Veneto.
The Amalfi Coast: the most beautiful shoreline in Italy
The Amalfi Coast is the gorgeous coastal region south of Naples;
Rugged terrain, clinging cliffside roads, scenic beauty, and tiled
picturesque towns make the Amalfi Coast the most beautiful stretch
of shoreline in Italy. National Geographic calls the Amalfi Coast
"Paradise found". Romantic little towns with breathtaking
views of the Mediterranean are steeped in traditions, classical
ruins, and enchanting beaches. Positano is a particular favorite,
with a colorful cascade of hillside buildings and boutique shops
right alongside the working marina. Across from the town of Amalfi,
is the island of Capri, Italy's most glamorous seaside get away.
This beautiful island is made up of spectacular cliffs and caves,
Moorish architecture, tiny town squares, and narrow, medieval
A lesser-known gem is the garden isle of Ischia, across the Bay
of Naples from Capri. The climate, friendly people and outstanding
natural beauty of this part of Italy have been attracting admirers
for centuries. The village of Ravello, known as the "town
of music", has breathtaking views and irresistible romantic
gardens for your wedding of a lifetime. Your legal wedding can
take place, for example, in the gardens of a splendid historical
palace in the center of Positano or on the terrace of a magnificent
hotel overlooking the sea.
Tuscany: the most famous Italian Region
Tuscany, with its rolling hills covered with olive trees and grapevines,
bright yellow fields of sunflowers and inviting villages with
cobblestone streets is the region where Italian dreams and romance
were created - what better place to have your wedding and honeymoon
in Italy. The most difficult decision is choosing between Siena
, Florence, Lucca and or in other Tuscan cities like Pisa, Arezzo,
S.Gimignano, Certaldo, Cortona, Castellina in Chianti, Greve in
Chianti, Gaiol. Imagine, for example, an historic chapel of a
15th century villa (still owned by its original family) - the
property lined with cypress trees and with an Italian garden,
with spectacular views of the Tuscan countryside.