Famous beaches, charming neighborhoods and a non-stop nightlife, Brazil is a country of many speeds and cultures. Take a mesmerizing tour to the top of Corcovado Mountain, a 40-meter-high statue Christ the Redeemer's outstretched arms. Go on a cable car ride above the country and through the Sugarloaf Mountain. Pass through the majestic Tijuca Forest, the largest urban rainforest in the world. Often called the "Venice of Brazil," explore the numerous waterways and bridges of Recife. No matter what you choose, you two will leave your Brazil honeymoon with a lifetime of amazing memories.
Things You Should Know
|Time Zone:||4 time zones (UTC -2 hours, UTC -3 hours, UTC -4 hours, UTC -5 hours)|
|Entry Requirements:||Passport (valid 6 months past your stay)|
|Vaccination:||Yellow fever vaccination (mandatory if you've traveled in the last 90 days to certain countries)|
|Best Times to Visit:||May through October|
Rio de Janeiro is one of the world's most exciting and seductive cities. São Paulo is Brazil's cultural capital and a shopping mecca. Santa Catarina and Bahia are perfect for those looking for a beach break. Minas Gerais is a draw for adventure seekers with the region's national parks and colonial towns dating back to the 18th-century gold rush. Accommodations vary from a treetop villa to all-inclusive honeymoon beach resorts throughout Brazil. Brazil honeymoon packages range from relaxing spa treatments to a night out and native Plataforma show.
Destination Weddings in Brazil
With its vibrant culture, fabulous outdoor setting and superb services and accommodations, Brazil offers couples an endless array of wedding venues and options. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package at one of the magnificent resorts and enjoy stress-free wedding planning. Many of the packages come with the help of your very own wedding coordinator, photographer, videographer and band.
Climate & Weather
Covering almost half of South America, over half of Brazilian lies in the tropics. The interior regions are typically more arid, while the Amazon jungle is hot and humid. With the exceptions of the mountains and the southern regions, temperatures stay fairly warm. Winter temperatures are generally in the 50s to 60s, lasting from June through August. During the summer, from December through February, temperatures stay around the 80s.