Brazil in style

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
Havaiana flip-flops at the ready, it’s time to pull out all the stops with an intoxicating Brazilian honeymoon. Follow the jet-set and combine Ipanema beach life with partying in Rio, change pace with an Amazonian riverboat adventure then kick back in trendy Trancoso on the Bahia coast or an exclusive retreat on the Emerald Coast.

Recommended tour operator: Dehouche

Dehouche says

Brazil offers honeymooners some fabulously romantic experiences and we know them all; finding the hottest spots for our clients is what we do best.

  • Local experts
  • Spectacular locations
  • Unique experiences

Dehouche is based in Rio and we have spent years exploring and discovering the best of the country, building an unparalleled network of local contacts from guides to pilots to ensure our clients get to the most spectacular locations with the insider knowledge to make the most of every moment.

Start your honeymoon off in Rio, staying in a fabulous design hotel on Ipanema beach or in a Dehouche-owned ocean view penthouse. Our exclusive in-house concierge can organise anything from helicopters and speedboats at short notice, to access to the best bars, clubs and sought-after restaurant tables.

Next, spend a couple of nights at the magnificent Iguacu Falls, one of the world’s most breathtaking natural wonders. Then delve into darkest Amazonia, one of the planet’s last great wildernesses, travelling by riverboat or staying in a luxury lodge.

End your perfect honeymoon with a perfect beach; fly to the island of Fernando de Noronha, stay in a luxury hotel with three staff for every guest. It’s the epitome of Brazilian beach chic, remote and stunningly beautiful with white sand, warm seas and a great chance of seeing dolphins.

This honeymoon can be tailor-made to combine these destinations with other locations across Brazil and throughout South America to create your perfect itinerary.

See more of our honeymoon ideas in South America.

Find out more about Dehouche and our guide to the climate in Brazil and best time to visit.

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