Unbelievable wedding locations – The adventurer in you will jump with Glee

Marion Fernandez
 
Marry in the beautiful outdoors

With the world of Pinterest weddings coming down hard on the engaged couples of the world, planning a wedding can be more overwhelming than it used to be.

We all want our weddings to represent who we are as both individuals and couples, letting us build our new lives together with a memorable starting off point. If you are an adventure-seeking couple, you may want to find a wedding destination that suits your nature and adventurous side.

Here are some of the most amazing adventurous wedding locations out there.

 

Point Imperial, The Grand Canyon

While you would have to keep your guest numbers low, since the space can only fit ten people, the views at Point Imperial are one of a kind. At the highest viewpoint of the Grand Canyon National Park, you can make your vows standing at 8,800 ft. up.

The Subterranean Lake, Cornwall

For the cave adventurers out there, the Subterranean Lake in Cornwall could be the location you have dreamed about. The cavern is underground, requiring the entire ceremony to be lit by lanterns and candles, allowing a kind of mystical vibe that is hard to get anywhere else. There is even an old rum store cave nearby that doubles well as a reception point.

 

Wedding in the wilds

Daintree Rainforest, Australia

If you are more up for an adventurous wedding that takes place in a dream-like fairy land, you may want to look into the Daintree Rainforest. With a breathtaking waterfall, lily pond, and peaceful ambiance, the rainforest is especially unique. You can even stay in aboriginal houses and have an aboriginal smoking ceremony if you are up for it.

Treehouse, Loch Goil, Scotland

With room for 24 guests, this unique wedding destination provides an enchanting environment. Overlooking the beautiful Loch Goil, the treehouse will give you an outdoor adventure that you will not find anywhere else.

Seneca Rocks, West Virginia

For couples that are more into a challenging climb, the Seneca Rocks may be what you are after. With a 900 ft. summit, you will have to limit your guests to those who are able to and willing to trek the rough climb, but there is space for a party back down below after the ceremony is over.

Singapore Zoo, Singapore

Animal lovers with a flair for originality would love an adventure wedding at the Singapore Zoo. With a large array of exotic animals, the Singapore Zoo is one of the best and biggest zoos in the entire world. They also enjoy hosting weddings and let the happy couple ride an elephant into the event.

 

A wedding on the beach

Scott Island, Antarctica

If a wedding at a zoo seems too easy for you, perhaps you would enjoy a frosty nuptial at the bottom of the world. Accessible only by helicopter, Scott Island is undoubtedly one of the most remote places in the entire world that you could go to for your “I do.”

Yasur Volcano, South Pacific

On the warmer extreme of things, you could find yourself getting married at the top of an active and erupting volcano. A steep climb up Mount Yasur will give you views of the hot and boiling lava moving below. If you were wanting some dramatic pictures, there is not anything more intense than heavy smoke and moving lava. As a perk, you would also be in the South Pacific which gives you plenty of amazing options for a reception.

Dare to be different and follow your heart when saying your vows

Regardless of the type of adventurer you are, there is a destination wedding out there for you. Whether you are into spelunking, sailing, mountaineering, or simply love the extremes of nature, you can find the perfect atmosphere for both you and your future spouse.

 

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