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Mexico, Baja, C. America

Machu Picchu Honeymoons

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The "Lost City of the Incas" is a retreat into ancient times, where you can stand beneath the walls and temples of an era long past. Pair a surreal stroll through the ruins with a few days in the culture-filled surrounding areas, and you're guaranteed an once-in-a-lifetime vacation.

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Mexico, Baja, C. America

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If your ideal honeymoon involves a lot of beach, beach, and more beach, you should definitely consider a trip to Mexico, Baja, or Central America.

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Patagonia Honeymoons

Patagonia

Patagonia is a huge land of extremes -- with ocean, glaciers, mountains, forests, volcanoes and valleys -- which takes up one third of southern Argentina (and spans the Chilean border). One of the most famous areas is Tierra del Fuego, also known as the "Uttermost End of the World," which is where the intrepid traveler can find the mountains that meet the sea at the gateway to Antarctica.

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Playa del Carmen Honeymoons

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People fall in love with Playa del Carmen equally for what it has (gorgeous beaches and rustic charm) and for what it doesn't (the crowds and overbuilt beachfronts of some of the Yucatan peninsula's big tourist traps). It boasts unique little hotels and restaurants and an authentic village feel (with a minimum of multinational chains to be found) that appeals to fashionistas and hippies alike.

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Puerto Vallarta Honeymoons

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta became an instant hit after the release of the film The Night of the Iguana, staring Ava Gardner and Richard Burton. Located at the edge of the Sierra Madre range, the cobblestone streets of this once-quiet Pacific Coast fishing village are now full of visitors during high season.

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Rio de Janeiro Honeymoons

Rio De Janeiro

There are few cities you can travel to that have a more stunning natural landscape than Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. With mountains on one side, the ocean on the other, and even a patch of rain forest (called Tijuca Forest) setting in Rio exudes drama and romance.

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