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The Amazement of the Rainforest

If you are looking for the honeymoon destination that you just know will not be repeated or copied by any of your friends, why not try the Amazon Rainforest? Yes that’s right, you would be surprised how many couples refer to the “Green Inferno” that is the Amazon jungle as their unique way to start their lives together. This is the largest rainforest on the planet, a World Natural Heritage Site, and it is one that will never stop amazing and enlightening you every second that you are here. The Rainforest is home to over 250 kinds of mammals, over two thousand species of fish, and over one thousand kinds of birds, and those are just a few of the natives that you will find here! A honeymoon in the Amazon is one that will be remembered for a lifetime, and you will come out of the experience feeling like your perspective on life is reawakened.

When to Go

This is a tropical climate with temperatures averaging around 80 degrees Fahrenheit year round, and there is no winter here so technically no real “bad” time to go if you like the heat an equatorial climate brings. There are two seasons here, a high water season which runs from December through May, and a low water season which runs from June through November. Both seasons offer its own unique benefits, and it will likely rain no matter what time you come. If you want to see wildlife, the high water season will be your best bet to get an up close look. If you want to experience the best of both worlds, book your honeymoon in the transition period between March and June.

What to Do

The rainforest itself is the leading activity here obviously, so you will be interested in kayaking, fishing, hiking, and guided tours to see wildlife in the forest. You can also enjoy the city of Manaus, Brazil, which is just close enough to the rainforest to give you the mix of a city life juxtaposed with a woodlands oasis. In Manaus, you will be able to access festivals, markets, shops, restaurants, and a unique Brazilian culture that will leave you with cherished memories for life.

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