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Uruguay is a small country bordering Brazil to its north and Argentina to its west, known for its superb beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. A short hop from Buenos Aires, the capital Montevideo is a charming city with art deco buildings, colonial homes and Mercado del Puerto, an old port market with many fabulous restaurants. While in Montevideo, don’t miss La Rambla, a waterfront promenade, filled with fish stalls, piers and parks.

Uruguay boasts a stable government, safe environment and culturally sophisticated people, yet it is off the beaten track for most everyday tourists, offering visitors some fantastic experiences without the crowds and sticker shock.

What's To Love in Uruguay


Fall in Love With Montevideo

Enjoy music, dance and arts in cozy tango bars and beachfront discos, while soaking up the warm hospitality of the locals.

Put on the Glam in Punta del Este

Famous for its beaches, clubs, celebrity sightings, glitzy hotels and restaurants, Punte del Este is also a great destination for watersports of all kinds.

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Travel to Gaucho Country

Head to the rolling hills in Tacuarembo, along the Chuchilla de Haedo river to enjoy a tranquil, restorative break from the bustle of everyday life.

Explore Wine Country

Explore the country's fertile wine region, sampling fine local wines inclusing Tannat, unique to Uruguay.

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Visit History in Colonial Uruguay

Visit Colonia del Sacremento, a charming town and Unesco heritage site that was founded by Portuguese settlers in 1680.
The town was originally a staging post for smugglers and is a fun place to explore. The small historic center has nine museums, which can be visited with only one entrance ticket.

Helpful Information


September through March is the best time to travel to Uruguay, when the climate is most temperate. December/January is the most popular time, the hottest, and often the priciest.

Budget Planning

Typically for the type of Custom Itineraries we build, prices
in Uruguay can run from $600-1000+ per person per day. Festive Season and Spring break tend to be factors in the price, as well as proximity to the beach. We strive to work within your budget and provide guidance on how you can achieve your goal. Quoted Tour prices include hotels, required regional flights, guides, excursions, entrance fees, drivers and ground transfers, and daily breakfast. Depending on the itinerary many of the meals and beverages including alcoholic beverages may be built in as well.
Tour proposals exclude international flights, travel insurance, and gratuities. Each proposal will detail all inclusions and exclusions for clarity.

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