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Cristalino Lodge, Brazil | Plan South America

Cristalino Lodge, Brazil | Plan South America

Located in the southern section of the Brazilian Amazon, the Cristalino Reserve boasts an impressive 11,000 hectares of lush rainforest and is home to a wide variety of wildlife.

 

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Comuna do Ibitipoca, Brazil | Plan South America

Comuna do Ibitipoca, Brazil | Plan South America

Nomadic Camp is a new luxury camp that can cater for groups of two up to 100.

 

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Uxua, Brazil | Plan South America

Uxua, Brazil | Plan South America

Brainchild of former Diesel creative director Wilbert Das, Uxua pairs impossibly chic design with abundant local character within the unmatched authenticity of Brazil’s north-eastern coast.

 

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Araça Azúl, Brazil | Plan South America

Araça Azúl, Brazil | Plan South America

Araça Azúl is an eco-home perched high on a hill overlooking the forest canopy. An acre of landscaped tropical garden...

 

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Tupaiu, Brazil | Plan South America

Tupaiu, Brazil | Plan South America

Explore the unchartered Tapajós area of Brazil’s mighty Amazon on a six-night sailing adventure aboard the Tupaiu yacht. Discover three...

 

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Butterfly House, Brazil | Plan South America

Butterfly House, Brazil | Plan South America

We get very overexcited when we discover a place like Butterfly House. Most guests arrive by boat from a nearby fishing village. That’s how things work in northern Brazil’s Maraú Peninsula.

The lodge sits amid pristine rainforest and opens onto warm sands and crashing surf. There are coral reefs and freshwater lakes to explore, and the surrounding jungle is home to marmosets, anteaters, armadillos and plenty of rare plant and birdlife. The village of Barra Grande is half an hours zoom up the beach on one of the lodge’s quads – fun for samba and sundowners.

The emphasis at Butterfly is on homespun charm and character. Its six rooms – all suites and private bungalows – are individually designed. Thatched grass roofs, Colombian bamboo and 300-year old Brazil nut wood meet warm interiors adorned with Moroccan textiles, French ceramics and local Bahian art.

This is tipped to be Brazil’s next hotspot, so get booking! We recommend 4-5 nights to make the most of it.

 

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