Best Romantic Getaways & Honeymoon Resorts in Brazil

Check out a list of best honeymoon getaways and honeymoon resorts in Brazil. It offers numerous beaches along with the option of kayaking through the vast wetlands


Deciding the best place for honeymoon is a challenge in itself. There are many beautiful places around the globe where you can go for honeymoon with your partner. One of the best places amongst the all is definitely Brazil. It is a perfect paradise for honeymooners as it offers numerous beaches along with the option of kayaking through the vast wetlands. Along with the dynamic culture and fun loving people, you will also find great delicious food and nightlife, wilderness adventure and perfect seclusion from the hustle and bustle of city life. Brazil also has some of the world’s best honeymoon resorts to make your honeymooning experience even more memorable. Thus, Brazil is considered as one of the most romantic gateways for couples which is why it is has more number of honeymoon packages all inclusive.


Here are some of the best honeymoon places in Brazil that you should include in your trip planning.


Starting off with the most happening part of the country, Rio is the city you should definitely visit to know and learn about the culture, food and people of Brazil. One of the most beautiful destinations here is Copacabana waterfront, where you can enjoy the mesmerizing sunsets with your partner followed by the candle light dinner at a restaurant. Also, if you love adventure, do not miss the cable car ride to Sugar Loaf Mountain, which offers splendid views of the city throughout the ride. Also, Tijuca, word’s largest urban forest is a must visit to see the beauty of nature.


For nature lovers, Patanal is the perfect place to be at. Surrounded by the dense forest, you can enjoy some of the best wildlife on the continent here. Also, it has one of the best honeymoon resorts to make this experience even more memorable. Refugio Ecological Caiman is the best lodge for honeymooners. Guests here have a private reserve where it is possible to spot jaguar at times if you are lucky. All in all, staying here is one of the best experiences honeymooners can have to cherish. Also, Amazon is another great place to see the variety of flora and fauna in Brazil.

Brazil has a large number of beaches to visit. Praia do Forte is one of the most happening beaches in Brazil. You can head to Pipa from here which happens to be a small town on the coast. If you prefer to stay away in a secluded place, then Trancoso is a small town set around a Hugh, quadrado. The nights here are especially amazing due to the lights that make the whole town look beautiful. Also, Ilha Grande is another beautiful lush green forested island with no roads and one town. Kayaking through the forests on these islands is an experience in itself. You can have dinner at a beachside restaurant while enjoying the beautiful sunset here.

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One of the most mesmerizing and among the wonders of the natural world, Iguacu Falls is one amazing sight to visit. You can take a helicopter ride with your partner to enjoy the bird eyes view of the falls. One of the best all inclusive honeymoon resorts you will find here is Hotel das Cataratas. Staying here is special as it offers elusive access to the falls at dawn and dusk when the crown is very less. This makes it one of the unforgettable experiences on your honeymoon vacation.


To truly experience the people in Brazil, you must visit Fazenda Catucaba which is a colonial country farmhouse hidden in the mountains of Green Coast. The place is full of lush green mountains and the villas set up on the hill making it one of the most romantic gateways in Brazil.

Thus, Brazil is a perfect honeymoon destination with all its culture, natural beauty and delicious food.

Top 10 Things to do in Rio de Janeiro city in Winter

Top 10 Things to do in Rio de Janeiro city in Winter: Rio de Janeiro is famous for its night life and its warm hospitality. Enjoy the pleasant winter season of Rio de Janeiro with our hand picked list of activities.

Rio-de-Janeiro; a modern heaven of Samba with breath-taking city views and the famous ‘Christ The Redeemer’ which is the crown jewel of Brazil. Beautiful people and mind-blowing nightlife, Rio-de Janeiro is known for its warm hospitality just like its breeze.
For a first time traveller however, Rio-de-Janeiro in summers can be a bit daunting – making Winter (December- February) an ideal time for really getting into the groove of the city. Read on to know what you can do on your winter trip to perhaps the most loved city on the planet.
  1. Christ The Redeemer:
Standingregally with open arms on mount Corcovado in the Tijuca Forest, Christ The Redeemer is a must when you visit Rio-de Janeiro. The statue took 9 years to build and is synonym to the city. Hike through to the mountain to embrace the view. The statue is at its best after dark.

Christ The Redeemer
  1. Copacabana:
A beautiful beach with the most serene view is the perfect way to experience the pleasant winters in Rio-de-Janeiro. If are not a beach buff then the promenade by the beach is perfect for a stroll anytime of the day. The beach is also a part of the annual Carnival.
  1. Santa Teresa:
Santa Teresa is the perfect place if you want to get familiar with the art pulse of the city. The neighbourhood was originally known as the elite centre of Rio-de- Janeiro witnessed by its beautiful mansions and narrowing streets which now accommodate some of the best art galleries in the city.
Santa Teresa
  1. Sugarloaf Mountain:
Known for its distinct shape which sticks out from Rio’s Peninsula, the Sugarloaf Mountain is the perfect spot to see the city like never before. Take a Cable-car ride to reach the peak. Don’t forget to capture the views of the Atlantic as you relish in its breeze.
Sugarloaf Mountain
  1. Feira Hippie:
The Feira Hippie is the Sunday hippie market of the city. A melange of trinkets, handicrafts, jewellery, foods, leather products, this place is a must if you love street shopping and don’t mind digging in to find your latest favourites!
Feira Hippie
  1. Cultural Banco Do Brasil:
The building is one of the Rio-de-Janeiro’s oldest and is known for its magnanimous and intricate architecture. Originally a bank, today the place is open for public use as an exhibition centre, three theatres and a video room along with a tea room. Don’t miss the spectacular exhibition by the world known artist Picasso!
Cultural Banco Do Brasil
  1. Rio Carnival:
The Rio carnival is a mega festival which Brazil is proud to show off every year at the end of winter. The street carnival which is hosted at the Sambadrone and the Copacabana Palace and beach, is an open parade with welcoming arms for its many tourists this time of the year. Groove to the music as you watch the iconic dancers dance like never before.
Rio Carnival
  1. Petropolis:
One of the biggest winter attractions in Rio, Petropolis is known for its Summer Palace which is now a museum. Visit the Wax Museum, Rio Negro Palace sure to make you day trip count. The place is literally a walk in Rio’s rich history.

  1. São Bento Monastery:
    Baroque architecture at its best, the Sao Bento Monastery is known for its larger than life design and still functions to arrange weekly masses for its new admirers. Note that the magnificent organ still used here is from late 17
    th Century!

    Sao Bento Monastery
  1. Urca:
    On your way down from the Sugarloaf Mountain, take a pit stop at Urca Beach to have a drink and enjoy the beautiful sunsets that the city is known for. If you like a little adventure, take a dip in the cold waters to make it a memorable stop.


Rio-de-Janeiro has carved out a unique place for itself on the globe and is the mostvisited city in the history of tourism! Catch up with its vibrantpulse which celebrates life to the maximum.