Honeymoons in Ireland

A honeymoon in Ireland is the perfect location for those who love lively nightlife and stunning scenery with lots of history and culture.
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Ireland Overview

Nicknamed the 'Emerald Isle', Ireland is well known for its beautiful green scenery and rural landscapes. There are plenty of places to go for long walks, feeling the sea breeze in your hair, before stopping for a properly poured Guinness at a classic pub. 

Live music and lively nights out is a huge part of the Irish culture, so there's plenty to partake in once night falls. You can visit the Guinness factory, find out more about mythical Leprechauns and kiss the Blarney stone for good luck. Ireland is well known for its friendly locals and rich history, so why not consider a honeymoon in Ireland?

Key Facts for Ireland

Capital City – Dublin

Currency – Euro

Official Language – English

Flight time: 12 hours from Johannesburg

When to Honeymoon in Ireland

Capital City – Dublin

Currency – Euro

Official Language – English

When to go - Ireland is at its warmest between May and September. The coldest time of year is between November and February. Visit in March to enjoy St. Patrick's Day celebrations. 

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Getting Married in Ireland

A honeymoon in Ireland has a lot to offer, including lively nightlife, rugged coastlines and breath taking views. Consider a honeymoon in Ireland if you love all things outdoorsy and want to explore a different environment. 

Marriage Requirements


Anyone wishing to marry in Ireland must give three months notification ahead of their wedding. You must make this notification to a registrar in person. 

You need a UK visa to visit Northern Ireland, but can visit the Republic of Ireland as the holder of a full South African passport, although you may be required to prove you have sufficient funds to support you for your stay.

Visit the Irish citizens information site for more: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/birth_family_relationships/getting_married/getting_married.html