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Love is in the air!
Every year all the properties in our collection are privileged to host several weddings, and when it comes to stunning backdrops for your special moment we're definitely well equipped.
Talk to us to plan your dream wedding or visit us on your honeymoon (or combine the two and stay on when your guests go home!). Here are a few of the options available.
Weddings on Necker Island
Richard Branson's daughter Holly's wedding on Necker Island was one of the biggest we've ever hosted and the island was buzzing for weeks afterwards. Every wedding on Necker is by definition unique and personal and we're unlikely to be surprised by unusual requests go on, the sky's the limit!
Say " I do" in the beauty of the Swiss Alps. Whether you"re dreaming of a white wedding or tying the knot in the alpine summer, celebrate in style with up to 18 of your closest friends and family.
Let nature be part of the congregation while you get married on safari! Whether you"ve chosen to elope or whether you plan to invite your whole pride, the team at Ulusaba loves weddings and the atmosphere is guaranteed to be extra special.
What could be more spectacular than a ceremony in a luxurious retreat at the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains? We can arrange everything you need from intimate ceremonies to larger celebrations for your dearest and nearest.
Continuing the Eve Branson Legacy
15th January 2021
The Eve Branson Foundation in 2020
26th November 2020
Eve Branson Foundation update - June 2020
15th June 2020
Virtual Berber bread making class
20th May 2020
Kasabah Tamadot: The red gold
28th August 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: Meet our master tea-maker Mohammed
1st August 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: The valleys and villages of the Atlas Mountains
16th July 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: We're number one
Kasbah Tamadot: Sweet treats in the gardens
8th July 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: Summer in Morocco's Atlas Mountains
24th May 2019