Planning your next family holidays? Looking for a beach to go on your honeymoon? Trying to learn how to milk a cow and ride horses? Uruguay is your best choice.
A small, friendly nation located only one hour from Buenos Aires, Argentina and 2,5 hours from Sao Paulo, Brazil where distances practically do not exist and all the country’s resources are at hand.
Excellent river and ocean beaches with tranquil waters for people looking to relax or waves that will make surfers try them as soon as they see them.
A wide range of Farms (also called Estancias) where you will be able to disconnect yourself from the world and enjoy contact with nature, peace & quiet, bird watching, go hiking, horseback riding, learn how to saddle a horse as well as many other “gaucho activities” or just read a book by the fireplace.
Cultural Tourism and historical places such as Colonia del Sacramento, UNESCO World Heritage since 1996 or Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital, are also available for those eager to get to know more about Uruguay’s culture and history. Architecture lovers will marvel themselves with Montevideo’s eclectic influence, as well as its great amount of museums – many of them free of charge.
Groups and team building activities can also be offered, such as treasure hunts, cooking lessons, races, and fairs, among others.
Clients will be able to choose from one of our fixed packages or contact us for a tailor made request.
Buemes Travel Team TIP: Car rental is recommended to avoid costs of private transfers within different Uruguay cities.
Wake your senses with the earth’s aromas and flavors.
Enjoy preparing an unforgettable meal with your own hands.
Wine tastings throughout the most prestigious wineries, knowing the different cellars and methods, as well as each establishment’s family traditions.
Learn how to prepare the most typical Uruguayan dishes or just delight yourself with an “Asado”, Uruguay’s typical barbeque at the Port Market.
Try our national beverage, the Mate, Uruguay’s distinctive drink (infusion). Learn how to prepare this drink and the ritual that goes with it.
Tasting of olive oils, picnics in the countryside and visit through olive trees are also available.
Serenity & balance.
Enjoy the harmony between the landscape, a privileged environment, the warmth of people and their hospitality.
The best available beaches throughout the country’s east coast, ”All Inclusive” Hotels surrounded by hot springs in the North of the country or Rural Establishments (Ranches) in which peace and quiet reigns and homemade food is prepared by the place owners.
The best options for resting and disconnecting yourself from routine any time of the year are in Uruguay.
Uruguay Natural, as its slogan says, offers a wide range of options for those looking for contact with nature.
Short horseback riding programs, as well as several days packages which include camping in the countryside, rural activities in a ranch, hunting or fishing programs, visiting one of the biggest Sea Lions colonies of the world, bird and whale watching are just some of the several alternatives that Uruguay has to offer.
Exclusive resorts, designed for satisfying the most demanding clients’ needs.
Accommodation alternatives such as Carmelo Resort & Spa A Hyatt Hotel (Chosen several times as one of the best hotels of the World) and Vik properties in José Ignacio, as well as boutique options such as Campotinto Posada and Casa de los Limoneros, or the recently inaugurated Sofitel in Montevideo.
A wide range of accommodation offers with exclusive tours and activities such as visits to a hand-made ceramics factory painted with precious metals, wine tasting in the most prestigious wineries, dinners at Pueblo Garzón – Francis Mallman restaurant, among others, make of Uruguay a magical escape for those looking forward to surprising themselves with this small destination.
For being such a small country, there are many traditions that identify our nation, most of them unknown to visitors.
Rio de la Plata music (cultural heritage shared between the cities of Montevideo and Buenos Aires) refers to the Tango and its sister, the Milonga. Other typical rhythms include Murga, Folklore and Candombe.
In the country of the longest Carnival of the world, any visitant should participate of one of the several carnival parades taking place along February. Other activities include enjoying a Folklore show, visiting the Gaucho Museum in order to get to know more about Uruguay’s most famous character, the Gaucho or have a Tango lesson.
For Football fans, we offer a guided tour of the Football Museum, located in Centenario Stadium building, where the first World Cup ever took place in 1930. Nowadays the Stadium is a Historical Monument of World’s Football. The tour can also include visits to the fields and headquarters of the two most important Uruguayan teams: Club Nacional de Football and Club Atlético Peñarol.
For those visiting Montevideo on the days of football matches, there is the option of going to a game, including tickets, transfers and football-expert guides.
Organizations and companies strictly focused on the LGTB segment accompanied by the recently approved Egalitarian Marriage law have expanded the already existing offer that distinguishes itself for its attractions, accessibility and diversity.
Art galleries, shopping districts, libraries, thematic events, saunas, nightlife and personalized service are the main components of Uruguay’s high-quality services.
Buemes Travel Team Tip: September has been appointed as the month of sexual diversity in Montevideo.
Romantic inns, boutique guesthouses and hotels with magnificent views to the sea are just some of the many options for enjoying an unforgettable honeymoon.
Buemes Travel Team Tip: There are also Wedding Night and Romantic Escapes packages
Tailor made Golf Packages to fit each client according to availability and length of the trip.
Golf courts across Uruguay’s South, from West to East:
Punta del Este:
Located in the heart of the River Plate, Uruguay’s capital captivates its visitors with is bohemian profile where modern meets tradition.
Walking along the ‘rambla’ (beach promenade) or discovering the Old City, this European nook in South America has it all: an enthralling architecture, beaches, parks filled with monuments, tango, candombe, great food, warm people and a world of entertainment that is waiting for you to enjoy.
One of the most luxurious destinations of the continent invites you to be part of its exquisite nightlife during the high season. Throughout the rest of the year Punta del Este offers miles of wonderful coastline, parks, residential neighborhoods, sumptuous mansions and unforgettable sunsets. Ideal for family leisure, shopping, recreational and sport activities and casinos.A midsummer paradise for everyone’s taste.
An undisputable encounter between the past and the present. Enjoy a journey through time in a unique natural environment to discover this UNESCO World heritage site. Get lost in the narrow cobblestone streets or enjoy an excellent meal in the historic town and surroundings. It will be an unforgettable experience.
Discover this heavenly nook of the Atlantic, owner of breathtaking sunsets. Enjoy the charm of a fishing town that has turned into an exclusive and glamorous summer retreat, with first level cuisine where you will be able to have an assured relaxing time while enjoying the picturesque views of Laguna Garzón.
In addition to its beautiful beaches and captivating landscapes, Rocha invites anyone to discover a new way of seeing life and relaxation. Punta del Diablo, La Pedrera, La Paloma or any of its coastal towns are waiting for you to enjoy their nature in all its ways: endless beaches, dream sunsets, wildlife, horseback riding, extreme sports or just walks along the extensive oceanic coastline.
Located northwest of Uruguay, this hot spring paradise offers everything for a relaxing trip. Enjoy at any of its many resorts the exceptional healing and medicinal of this gift of nature. We invite you to experience the wonders of the Uruguayan river coast.
In order to get to know the deepest of Rural Uruguay, farms, ranches, lodges and countryside hotels are just a few of the alternatives that nature lovers will be able to choose from. Relive the original essence of the Gaucho: horseback riding, fishing, countryside living and typical cuisine come together with a unique peaceful environment.
Special programs for thematic tours, such as architectural, religious interests, choirs and orchestras, business, incentive trips, students, athletes, among others.