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Indian Destination Weddings in Costa Rica

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#1 Ask.CostaRica

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    Posted 30 November 2009 - 05:21 PM

    Over the last two years we have seen an increase in Indian destination weddings. Some of the comments we heard were lack of services catering to this clientele. Well, things have changed for the better. We just finished a three day Indian wedding with all the services you can think of to throw a traditional celebration. Taj Mahal Restaurant catered (was delicious!) Decorations and mandap were beautiful, and custom made Maharaja Chair Thrones, made in Costa Rica, pleased the bride's father.

    #2 icepop1213

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      Posted 26 April 2013 - 06:58 AM

      Hi there,


      I'm trying to plan an Indian destination wedding in Manuel Antonio and looking for some help. Would I be able to get in touch with you directly? If so, please provide your email address and I'll contact you directly.



      #3 CR Weds

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        Posted 19 June 2013 - 02:05 PM

        My Hubby & I are celebrating our 2 year anniversary and we are going to be going back to Costa Rica for our celebration! We got married almost 2 years ago at an incredibly perfect Luxury villa in the southern zone of Manuel Antonio called Villa Punto de Vista     ( www.villapuntodevista.com - I think). It was absolutely incredible the house is rediculous! We had private Villa Manager that would make drinks a staff keeping the house clean and an incredible breakfast we got to share with 24 of our closest family and friends on the Dinning Terrace with the OMG best view you have ever seen! Felt like a celebrity! 


        But I just ran across this video of a beautiful Indian Wedding Celebration at the same villa.  Its been 2 years since we got married and it even looks better! I just thought this video was so beautiful I had to post it! We are leaving on our Anniversary in 2 Months and can't wait to relive the memories of the best week of my life.  


        A couple of Tips. Be sure to take the micro-bus that the concierge offers. Driving is a bit crazy  in Costa Rica, but once you are in Manuel Antonio you can take Taxi's really cheap and easy to catch!


        This Indian wedding was beautiful! I just saw it posted on a Wedding blog and it looks fantastic!



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