Costa Rica travel experts Team CRT excel in planning, organizing and delivering your perfect wedding and honeymoon in Costa Rica.
Get married in a church or a hotel ballroom ¦ or on a tropical beach at sunset, or in the rainforest, or by a mighty volcano? Adventure and romance await you at a Costa Rica destination wedding.
Why not combine your wedding, your honeymoon, and a vacation all in one trip? More and more, couples are choosing destination weddings as the way to go.
Costa Rica is a premiere destination wedding locationThe popular wedding website TheKnot.com named Costa Rica as a top wedding destination in Latin America. A survey by TheKnot.com reported that one out of every four destination weddings in Latin America take place in Costa Rica.
œCosta Rica's exotic locales, romantic atmosphere and favorable climate are only a few of the reasons why more couples are finding themselves saying ˜I Do' in Costa Rica. What truly distinguishes Costa Rica from other wedding destinations is its unique blend of natural atmospheres with premium luxury services, which allow couples to immerse themselves in nature while enjoying high-quality offerings and amenities, said Ireth Rodriguez, deputy manager and marketing director for the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT), in an official statement. œWe're excited to be recognized by The Knot, and we look forward to seeing even more couples celebrate their special day in Costa Rica.
Choose Costa Rica for your romantic destination wedding & honeymoon / photo by Alex SolanoCosta Rica's commitment to environmental protection adds to its allure as a premiere destination wedding location, making it especially perfect for the newly popular œeco-chic wedding. Costa Rica's fabulous beaches, lush rainforest, friendly people, bountiful outdoor activities, and abundance of hotels, resorts and vacation homes, ranging from over-the-top luxury to relaxed and informal, all combine to make this tiny Central American nation the place to be wed. A nice plus is that citizens from other countries may get legally married in Costa Rica and have it be valid in their home country.
One very important aspect to consider for your destination wedding is hiring a professional wedding planner. It's hard enough trying to handle the logistics for your œBig Day where you live, let alone in a completely different country. The average wedding takes 250 hours to plan. A destination wedding can be relaxing, fun and enjoyable, or a stress nightmare from hell. Hiring a professional wedding planner makes the difference.
Hire a professional wedding planner for your Costa Rica destination weddingCosta Rica travel experts Team CRT provide all services for planning, organizing and delivering your perfect wedding and honeymoon in Costa Rica. From private and exclusive ceremonies to large parties sharing your important day with family and friends, Team CRT's experts help make your dreams come true. The Costa Rica-based travel agency boasts more than 20 years of experience in delivering unique and exclusive travel services in Costa Rica.
From rainforest to tropical beaches, Costa Rica is a top wedding destinationFrom a warm welcome for you and your guests on arrival in Costa Rica, to legal arrangements, accommodation, transportation, excursions, decoration, entertainment, meals, wedding photographer, wedding cake, and make-up and hair stylists, Team CRT's bilingual staff members have all of the contacts for creating weddings of all sizes. Fresh ideas, excellent insider knowledge about Costa Rica as a wedding and honeymoon destination, and contacts with only top providers, build the foundation for the company's success and customer satisfaction.
Traveling with Team CRT also ensures personalized service, professional guides, reliable transportation, and quality tours and accommodations. For all of your Costa Rica travel plans and Costa Rica vacation packages, Team CRT gives you expert guidance and quality service while they help craft your tailor-made Costa Rica vacation; they also offer vacation packages to neighboring Panama and Nicaragua.
By Shannon Farley