Uruguay features beautiful beaches, rolling hills, farmlands, and an authentic gaucho culture.
Want to add a side-trip from Buenos Aires to Colonia del Sacramento? Easily combine an Argentina Tour and Uruguay Tour from Buenos Aires. Explore the golden beaches of Uruguay, the up-and-coming retirement destination. We offer several Uruguay tours, and you can always customize your own unique Uruguay tour.More about Uruguay Customize your trip
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Uruguay is one of the hidden gems of South America. Argentines tend to visit Uruguay for their holiday and many people in Buenos Aires escape there for the weekend. The tranquil colonial cities, delicious wines, gaucho estancia's, and warm beaches offer a distinctive and authentic Latin flavor. Enjoy wine tasting and horseback riding in the Colonia region, swim in the warm oceans in Punta del Este, go bird-watching and wildlife watching, and so much more on a unique Uruguay tour.
Uruguay is often overlooked as a vacation destination due to its location between two Latin American travel powerhouses: Argentina and Brazil. But you can easily combine Argentina, Brazil & Uruguay for the perfect tour! Tourists are more inclined to travel to its neighboring countries, making Uruguay one of South America's best-kept secrets. Though after reading about the activities/tours you can do in Uruguay, I think the secret will be out of the bag.
There are multiple go-to beach destinations along the Atlantic coast, making Uruguay the perfect summer destination. At Punta del Este, you can choose what activities you find the most appealing. Relax with the beach bums, go fishing with the locals, or dive into some watersports. Travel further north towards Cabo Polonio and Punta del Diablo; these beaches are sure to make you relaxed and at ease. After spending a day in the sun, bring your golden tan with you to learn about the culture of the newly designated World Heritage Site, Colonia del Sacramento. Check out the recently selected Fray Bentos Industrial Landscape UNESCO site. This landscape illustrates the entire meatpacking industry and provides evidence of the interchange of human values between European society and the South American population of the 19th and 20th century, according to UNESCO.
Take a private walking tour through one of the most relaxed capitals in the world: Montevideo. On a private walking tour through Montevideo, you can visit it's most famous landmarks including the Plaza Independencia, the Legislative Palace, the traditional Prado neighborhood, the Old City and the typical Mercado del Puerto. While in the city, enjoy a delicious Southern Atlantic fish at the Port and watch a show featuring music styles along with Candombe and other typical Uruguayan dances.
Uruguay is one of the hidden gems of South America. Argentines tend to visit Uruguay for their holiday and many people in Buenos Aires escape there for the weekend. The tranquil colonial cities, delicious wines, gaucho estancia's, and warm beaches offer a distinctive and authentic Latin flavor. Enjoy wine tasting and horseback riding in the Colonia region, swim in the warm oceans in Punta del Este, go bird-watching and wildlife watching, and so much more on a unique Uruguay tour.Uruguay is ... Show More
If you're looking for some travel tips or advice in planning your trip to Uruguay, don't hesitate to contact our Uruguay travel experts today. We'll be happy to help you narrow down your choices and craft a personalized itinerary for you. We can combine and modify any of our tours listed to make the perfect Uruguay trip; custom made just for you. Uruguay's geographical location makes it easy to combine a tour to Uruguay and Argentina or Brazil. Our most recommended tour to visit all three countries is the Argentina, Brazil & Uruguay Tour.