More than ten of the team here at Original Travel have been to Brazil in the last five years alone, exploring everywhere from the deserted beaches of Natal province to the incomparable rainforests.

The conclusion? Brazil is an absolutely brilliant honeymoon destination, and there's plenty to explore in this, the world's fifth largest country - 4,500 miles of coastline and islands for starters.

Inland, the Amazon and the Pantanal wetlands are the best places to view Brazil's abundant wildlife, while the urban jungles range from historic colonial villages to the huge, vibrant metropolises of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

So, where to start? A few days in Rio is a minimum requirement, and will give you the best introduction to the thoroughly sensual rhythm of the country. It's basically an extremely sexy destination, and we can recommend the best of the bunch of sophisticated new boutique hotels.

After Rio? That's where our expertise really kicks in as the difficulty is choosing what not to do unless you're planning a month long 'moon. Rest assured that wherever you end up this will make for a suitably memorable honeymoon.

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We think pretty much everyone who comes back secretly wishes they were Brazilian... or at least married to one.

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Where to stay

Uxua Casa Hotel

Uxua Casa Hotel

Wonderfully situated in Trancoso's historic Quadrado, its grassy town square which is lined by colourful former fishermen casas, Casa Uxua Hotel is one of Bahia's finest luxury hotels, and a firm favourite of Original Travel.

Pousada Picinguaba

Pousada Picinguaba

A charming hotel in an exceptional location, ideal for enjoying the surrounding nature and the local way of life.

Fasano

Fasano

One of the slickest hotels in Rio, Fasano is situated on Rio de Janeiro’s fashionable Ipanema Beach.

Ponta Dos Ganchos

Ponta Dos Ganchos

The exclusive Ponta Dos Ganchos is set on a privately owned peninsula within the Santa Catarina province of Southern Brazil, and is the ultimate in barefoot luxury.

Belmond Copacabana Palace

Belmond Copacabana Palace

Originally opened in 1923, this impressive property is Rio’s most traditional and luxurious hotel, and has been the go-to-place to stay for everyone from Fred Astaire to the Rolling Stones.

Pousada Maravilha

Pousada Maravilha

Pousada Maravilha has often been called Brazil’s most exclusive and remote hotel, being the first to offer comfort and a certain degree of luxury in this largely forgotten island in the Atlantic.

Fasano Boa Vista

Fasano Boa Vista

The newest member of the Fasano family is a contemporary fazenda (ranch) set in just under 2,500 acres of verdant farmland, about 60 miles north-west of Sao Paulo.

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