While Couples welcomes all couples in love, Jamaica is very conservative and is not considered a gay-friendly country. Jamaican law criminalizes some homosexual acts, and I don't know that a minister would be willing to perform a ceremony for a union that is not legally recognized. You can certainly contact Couples to see if it is possible to arrange for some type of commitment ceremony, but you might want to manage your expectations before doing so. Good luck.
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Tru dat. We had to send a copy of our marriage license at the time we booked our vow renewal.
While I understand the spirit of your question and philosophically agree with your intentions, Jamaica is quite a conservative society and, at least on the face of it, they hold marriage to a rather high place culturally. I'm not sure exactly what your situation is in your LTR, but you might want to make some inquiries with Couples to ascertain the acceptability of your request.
Here's a thought. In lieu of a vow renewal, since it appears there are no "vows" in place currently, maybe a beach wedding would be more appropriate, and perhaps equally meaningful?
Sorry, I have never checked the requirements for the vow renewal, so I think I gave an incorrect answer....My apologies. Looks like you did get good information from several people though. Good luck and enjoy the trip.