Nestled on the Oaxacan coast, Huatulco is known for its stunning beaches, luxury resorts, and world-class golf courses, making it a truly unique and sophisticated wedding destination.
|Timezone||Central Standard Time (UTC-6)|
|Unique Feature||Rocky Coasts and Cascading Waterfalls|
|Good For||Eco-Tourism, Sea Turtle Viewing, Local Artisans|
The best time to visit Huatulco is November through March.
For a legal wedding in Mexico, you will need four witnesses, a blood test, (done by a certified doctor in Mexico), passports, and other documents (as listed below). If a woman is divorced, it must be at least one year since the divorce was finalized. If either partner is widowed, a death certificate must be provided.
Airport: Bahías de Huatulco International Airport (HUX)
Required for Entry: Passport and Mexican Tourist Permit (usually issued upon arrival)
- Marriage License
- Tourist Cards
- Copies of Birth Certificates (Translated into Spanish and Apostilled or Notarized)
- Copy of Divorce Certificate* (Translated into Spanish and Apostilled)
- Copy of Spouse Death Certificate(s)** (Translated into Spanish and Apostilled)
*Only if a woman is divorced.
**Only if one or both partners is widowed.