2018 MunaLuchi Couple's Getaway Itinerary - Bermuda
The Inside Scoop
For the past 4 years, we have put on the most sought after wedding industry conference. But we have always been asked by both married and engaged couples, if there will ever be an opportunity for them to attend.
We are excited to announce that this year - our 5th year of producing the Coterie Retreat - we will have an opportunity for 5 couples to attend the conference!
As an attendee, you’ll have an opportunity to sit on a panel with other couples and discuss your wedding planning experience to help vendors better serve their current and future clients. At the conference, you’ll be surrounded by the best of the best in the wedding and event planning industry...and some amazing speakers as well.
And there’s more...
Each night, you will indulge in a luxurious dinner party, carefully curated with all the fine details. If you’ve been following our previous conferences, then you know that we pull out all the stops at our events. Come dressed to impressed and ready to abandon the stresses of everyday life.
Make new connections and build a stronger one with your significant other.
Tour the island of Bermuda and soak in all the beauty and culture.
Let relaxation in and take some time to enjoy one another.
Monday, December 3rd
You’ll arrive on the beautiful island of Bermuda. (Did you know it’s only a quick 1.5 hour flight from NYC and only 2 hours from most East Coast locations?). After arriving to our host hotel, The Hamilton Princess, you can settle into your hotel room. In the evening, you’ll head to the hotel’s marina to board the cocktail hour cruise to our Welcome Party destination. At our Tropical Themed welcome party, enjoy canapes, cocktails and cultural entertainment.
Tuesday, December 4th
Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel (on your own) and enjoy your surroundings with fellow couples. After breakfast, you’ll have a day of leisure. Perhaps you’ll indulge in a luxury spa experience or just chill at the Beach Club with a Rum Swizzle. We will have a suggested list of things to do in Bermuda as well. In the evening, we’ll transport you to our White Party Experience. It’s going to be a fun and luxurious beach party, with cocktails, a seated dinner and plenty of dancing.
Wednesday, December 5th
Today you’ll join the Couple’s Panel where you’ll share your wedding planning experiences with other vendors. You are welcome to enjoy the other sessions that will take place that day as well. After the closing sessions, lunch is on us in Downtown Hamilton - just a short walk from the hotel. Make sure to head back to the hotel in time to join your afternoon excursion of choice. And then be ready at 7pm for our most fabulous event of the conference, The Awards Gala.
Thursday, December 6th
After an exhilarating three days of luxury in Bermuda, you may choose to depart Bermuda or extend your stay. Revel in the Bermuda sun, scroll through all the memories you captured on your phone or camera, and just relax.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bermuda.
Bermuda Excursions (3 hour tours)
Available at a first come first served basis. Rates from $45/person
(A) Hamilton Princess to Dockyard (returning by Ferry)
Short tour of Hamilton
On to the South Shore Rd. Picture stops for the Pink Sand Beaches, especially the Horseshoe Beach (the most popular beach in Bermuda.
The Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. The only cast Iron lighthouse in the Western Hemisphere.
The Somerset Bridge. The smallest drawbridge in the World.
Heydon Trust & the construction of a Bermuda home.
The Royal Naval Dockyard
(B) Hamilton Princess to the Crystal Caves
45 - 50 mins. at the Caves
On to the Old Town of St. George
A tour of St. George
Going back to Hamilton via the Northshore Rd gaining interesting facts/history and a picture stop of the Governor's mansion.
(C) The African Diaspora Heritage Trail
Hamilton Princess to Barrs Park (Landing site of The Enterprise slave ship that had to stop in Bermuda due to a raging storm).
Cobbs Hill Methodist Church (The oldest existing Methodist church in Bermuda built by slaves in the moonlight).
The Sally Bassett Statue (the life and death of a mulatto slave woman)
Gibbett’s Island. The execution site for many slaves found were found guilty of attempting to murder or murdering their masters.
Pilot Darrell’s Square, St. George
St. Peter’s Church and segregated burial grounds for Black Bermudians, whether free or enslaved.
Driver gratuity is additional by discretion
All tours give full commentary of amazing Bermuda, it’s History & Culture.
Tour (A) fee includes entrance to Crystal Caves