Situated in the Southwestern region of the British Virgin Islands, Peter Island stands as the largest of the private islands in the cluster with almost 1,800 acres of practically untouched beauty. The owners' have dedicated their time and efforts to preserving as much of this tropical wonderland as possible. This isle was eagerly purchased in 1978 and has featured only one resort since ownership, the Peter Island Resort and Spa, built and maintained on a stretch of land at Sprat Bay. With a grand total of 52 hotel rooms and just 3 villa options, guests are more able than ever to take their minds off of manmade developments or attractions and immerse themselves in the natural aspects of the island instead. The activities of Peter Island effortlessly connect guests to the pristine nature of the Caribbean, activities like hiking and biking on trails, swimming, snorkeling and diving, and beach hopping. There are several beaches to explore and fall in love with: Honeymoon Beach, White Bay Beach, Big Reef Bay and Beach, and Deadman's Beach–the largest out of all them with a mile-long shoreline. Each one provides a unique sensation and experience, as does every other part of Peter Island, allowing this one-of-a-kind Caribbean destination to fulfill the owners' mission of preservation and also surpass vacation expectations by simply existing. Once home to famously historical figures like Christopher Columbus, Captain Blackbeard, and Sir Francis Drake now its your turn to experience a private Caribbean island - come visit!
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Vacationers don't just stay in Peter Island, BVI villas - they come to paradise to get married and celebrate their honeymoons! Getting Married In The British Virgin Islands
• You may apply for your marriage license at the Attorney General's office located in the Government Administration Complex at Wickham's Cay I, Road Town, Tortola.
* You must be in the British Virgin Islands for a minimum of 3 days prior to the wedding service and after having made application for your marriage license.
* You will be required to purchase $110.00 in postage stamps if you have been in the territory for less than 15 days prior to the ceremony or $50.00 in stamps if you have been in the BVI for 15 days or more.
* You will require passports as proof of identity and to establish your date of arrival in the BVI.
* If you were previously married, you will be required to bring a certified copy or original documentation of your divorce (absolute decree) or death certificate of a deceased spouse.
* Two witnesses will be required to oversee the signing of your marriage license application and two (different) witnesses are required to be present during the ceremony. (You may select persons from the BVI to serve as witnesses for either or both occasions.)
* Once your application for marriage license has been completed, you may then proceed to the
Registrar's office (located above the Post Office) on Main Street, Road Town, Tortola. The office is open from 9:00 am to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday and from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Saturdays.
The Registar Requirements
Marriage ceremony fees are payable to the Registrar and are $35.00 if the ceremony is performed in the office and $100.00 if the ceremony is to be performed elsewhere.
* Full (legal) names of both parties
* Your ages and date of birth
* Your occupations
* The names of the witnesses for your wedding ceremony
* If you are planning a church wedding, please contact the church of your choice and speak with the Minister or Priest regarding their requirements
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