For couples looking for that extra special trip, a South America
honeymoon has much to offer.

Whether you’re attracted by the superb beaches, breathtaking nature or vibrant culture, South America has it all.

South American Honeymoon offers World-class cities that rival Paris, island retreats, eco-friendly resorts, lunar-like landscapes, cold desert nights; under the stars ( nestled in a five-star resort ), samba, tango, discos, wildlife and more! That’s South America whose culture, dramatic scenery, gastronomic delights, and Spanish Colonial vibe offer honeymooners settings, venues, and romantic experiences to remember forever.

Let us be your cupid and direct our bow at the continent’s most romantic spots


Buenos Aires, Argentina

Like Paris but better, Buenos Aires has the architecture, the food and the wine, plus Latin spirit and tango to top it off. Lovers in Argentina’s capital can spend their days strolling through the city, gazing up at neoclassical, Greco-Roman and Art Deco buildings; crossing over the Santiago Calatrava-designed Women’s Bridge in Puerto Madero; searching for Evita’s grave in Recoleta Cemetery; or cheering loudly at the polo and learning how to dance with the skill and passion of a local.

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

Fernando de Noronha, 320 kilometres (200 miles) off Brazil’s most eastern edge, is the ultimate island retreat. The archipelago is so special and unspoilt that it is protected by UNESCO, and visitor numbers are capped. The Atlantic’s majestic waters lap at its shores, bringing dolphins, whales and turtles. Basic infrastructure and one fancy hotel, Pousada Maravilha, provide all that honeymooners need to unwind and indulge in total peace.


Cartagena, Colombia

Honeymooners should read Love in the Time of Cholera before wandering hand in hand through the rainbow streets of Cartagena. The town on Colombia’s north coast is widely thought to be the setting of Gabriel García Márquez‘s famed novel of real and imagined love. Today it is as charming and romantic as ever, heaving under a fringe of bougainvillea and filled with music and restaurants, travellers and tourists, lovers and lost souls.

Atacama Desert, Chile

The mind-blowing, eye-searing scenery of the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile is a sight to be shared. Beat the backpackers and set off together in a gleaming silver Airstream caravan to explore the lunar landscape yourselves. The combination of volcanoes, vast crusty salt flats, mirror-like lakes and islands of cartoonish cactuses will leave you in awe of the natural world and cuddling up close together under the stars on the cold desert nights.


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio’s reputation as the grand dame of seduction is deserved and, as a honeymoon destination, Brazil’s most famous city has something for everyone. Whether you want to relax in a rooftop apartment, samba on the streets, eat out, party hard or just bask in the energy that radiates from her shores, Rio is the city for you.

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

For a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, the Galapagos is a top contender. The islands of the coast of Ecuador were where Charles Darwin observed the indigenous animals and developed his theories on natural selection. Much of the wildlife you’ll see here is unique to the place. For an indulgent experience, book on to a boat or cruise to marvel at the blue-footed boobies, iguanas, giant tortoises, penguins and sea cucumbers by day before retreating into the lap of luxury at night.


El Calafate, Argentina

Go south in Argentina and keep going. The dramatic scenery – sheets of ice slipping into pristine blue waters, jagged mountains and flocks of pink flamingos – at El Calafate will stop you in your tracks. The little town is on shores of Lago Argentino and not far from Los Glaciares National Park, giving you endless outdoor activities for entertainment, and the feeling that it is just you and your love at the tip of the continent.

Quito, Ecuador

Quito, Ecuador’s capital, is truly a special city. Cradled high in the Andes, it sits in a valley like an offering from the gods. The backdrop of towering mountains that turn pink at sunset and the ghoulish mist that often descends on the city change each day’s character. Its UNESCO-protected historic centre is the largest in the Americas and is rich in churches and basilicas, tiled houses, museums and galleries.


Paraty, Brazil

In Paraty, rent a pastel-coloured boat from a captain on the pier and explore the surrounding Costa Verde. The colour of the sea is that of an emerald-encrusted engagement ring and the fresh, clear Atlantic is tickled by the heavy jungle and punctuated by rural islands. Loll on deck, drinking caipirinhas and motoring around until the sun starts to throw long shadows. Once back on land, the town is a thriving hub of culture with festivals throughout the year, classy restaurants and a fascinating history of the Portuguese gold trade to learn about.

Bermuda Island

For years, Bermuda has lured honeymooners with its pristine pink-sand beaches, quiet coves, and emerald-sapphire waters. The British Overseas Territory is just 21 miles long and less than two miles wide, but it packs a major aesthetic punch as you drive around, taking in pastel-painted architecture, charming white-roofed cottages, and impeccably manicured gardens.

Honeymooners typically fall first for Bermuda’s sophisticated beauty. But after checking into one of the island’s fabulous hotels, eating at a low-key local restaurant, or popping into a charming shop on Front Street (the main harborfront drag), that crush quickly grows into love.

It’s also easy to feel welcome when you meet overtly friendly locals everywhere you go.

Bermuda has nearly 75 miles of coastline, filled with long, sandy beaches, intimate coves, and rocky shores. It has some of the most spectacular diving in the world, with more than 350 shipwrecks and 230 miles of reef to explore. You could explore the Island and buzzing around on your own time allows you to discover deserted beaches, watch local cricket matches, and explore the general island life.


Machu Picchu, Peru

The Inca city of Machu Picchu is set among the Andes Mountain range. Soaked in history and breathtaking scenery this site offers a warm culture and has long held an allure for travelers. With the perfect setting, a Machu Picchu Honeymoon would be the perfect start to your married life together.

Whatever your honeymoon style is, Machu Picchu has something for you. Take the train from the quaint town of Cusco, and fill your time with romantic stays in cozy, world-class hotels and evenings in the finest restaurants. Outdoorsy couples will love the opportunity to trek through the rolling mountains on the same path the Incas originally walked.

The setting in the mountains is perfect for cozying up, and those going on a trek can be sure to have an amazing bonding experience.

Machu Picchu, located in the mystical Andes Mountains, sets an awesome landscape for the beginnings of your life together. Making memories forever. Andean people are friendly, warm hearted, passionate, so being in love here is the perfect place to lay a magical foundation for your loving union. The energy in these natural places is literally palpable.

Not every honeymoon includes a wonder of the world, but yours deserves to!

Granada, Nicaragua

Romantic in a wild and mystical sort of way, Nicaragua's unspoiled beauty makes it a perfect locale for honeymooners looking to escape.

Nicaragua is rugged and adventurous, still somewhat unknown to the typical tourist crowd, and packed to the brim with unbelievable landscapes – serene beaches on both coasts, lush rainforests, smoking volcanoes, and charming colonial towns you could wander for hours.

Nicaragua is home to blissful beaches, romantic adventures within volcanic landscapes and the chance to step back in time surrounded by striking colonial architecture. The best part? You and your loved one can explore to your hearts content without a crowd in sight.

A Central American nation with a variety of landscapes to explore, and a host of boutique hotels scattered across lakes and coastline, Nicaragua is the ultimate barefoot luxury destination, and the beaches are the perfect place to spend the first days of post-wedded bliss with your partner.

If you're more into your scenic adventures, there are plenty of volcanoes to climb with a range of terrain difficulties to put you to the test. San Cristobal is the highest, Cerro Negro is a shorter more rugged climb, or for something a bit more dramatic, Masaya is great for magma spotting and short hikes through lava formations. For a less strenuous expedition, perhaps a gentle boat tour of Lake Nicaragua is more your thing, or how about some wildlife spotting as you explore the lake by kayak?

The good news is that because Nicaragua is so small you can combine all this in one heavenly and holistic honeymoon.


Antigua & Barbuda Islands

Antigua is one of the two major islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda and is a very popular destination for honeymooners. The area is populated with coral reefs, sandy beaches, romantic sunsets and plenty of adventure. Incredibly clear turquoise waters surround the picture-perfect Caribbean paradise that is ideal for relaxation or exploration. Antigua has a laid back vibe, making it a perfect honeymoon location.

Crystal clear water reveals marine life and coral encrusted shipwrecks, providing excellent conditions for spectacular shallow diving and snorkelling. Enjoy romantic strolls along sandy white beaches with your loved one.

Barbuda is a 90-minute ferry ride north of the island blessed with an incredibly romantic and deserted eight-mile pink sand beach. The sand gets its unique rose peal hue from the crushed coral in the sand.

Warm temperatures and sun all year makes this destination the perfect honeymoon location at any time of the year.

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