Need help with a Uruguay custom tour? Choose from this curated list of Uruguay custom travel planners and specialists to help design your private tour.
Work with one of these Uruguay custom travel planners to create a special experience. Uruguay custom tour planners will be exceptionally well-traveled and knowledgeable about the country and its history, culture, language, geography and weather. They will have contacts in the country that can make your trip a success. This list will give you a start on your planning process:
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Uruguay Custom Travel Planner: Maita Barrenechea: Mai 10From T&L: EWith three decades of on-the-ground travel-management experience in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, Barrenechea has the friends and the industry connections to arrange everything from an equestrian getaway at a Patagonia estancia to a high roller’s beach weekend on the Uruguayan coast. She was also a pioneer in the estancia movement, helping ranchers (may of whom were suffering financially) convert their properties into the luxury guesthouses that are so popular among her clients today.
Website: Mai 10
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Uruguay Custom Travel Planner: Maita Barrenechea: Mai 10Wendy says: Eager to introduce the rest of the world to her favorite finds in South America, she founded a company that arranges the gamut—from hiking and fishing expeditions in Patagonia to beach-chic getaways in Punta del Este to shopping sprees in Buenos Aires. Maita, who says she grew up inhaling nature and culture, is most passionate about providing travelers with those authentic, one-of-a-kind encounters that make for the happiest travel memories.
Website: Mai 10
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Uruguay Custom Travel Planner: Yampu Tours Uruguay has so much to offer travelers from vineyards and wineries, to historic and charming cities, to beautiful and undamaged coastal towns. Uruguay is a relatively small country so we recommend you travel and see as much as you can. Our trips can include features such as Colonia, a small and historic city declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995; Montevideo, a capital city known for its architecture, cultural heritage, and high quality of life; and Punta del Este, a supreme beach town with some of the country's most impressive resorts.
Website: Yampu Tours
Uruguay Custom Travel Planner: Paola Perelli: Laras UruguayFrom CN: A native of the country, Perelli wants to show you the real Uruguay by crafting active outdoorsy itineraries that might have you trekking the shifting sand dunes in the biosphere reserve where Cabo Polonio is located, driving cattle with gauchos and sipping maté hot from a gourd, biking through Anchorena Park, or cantering on horseback along isolated beaches and wetlands amid hummingbirds, flamingos, kingfishers, and rheas (similar to ostriches).
Top Ten for Uruguay: Ideas for working with your Uruguay Custom Tour Planners
1 – Walk along the Rambla in Montevideo then go to the Feria de Tristán Narvaja
2 – Enjoy a local beef steak dinner
3 – Walk the cobbled streets of Colonia
4 – Soak in the hot springs of Termas del Arapey
5 – Enjoy the kilombo (crazy parties) and celebrity-watching in Punte del Este
6 – See the rock paintings of Rupestre de Chamangá
7 – Rent a beach house in quirky La Pedrera
8 – Sample your way through the small-scale vineyards around Colonia del Sacramento
9 – Ride with the gauchos on the rolling pampas at El Charabon
10 – Try the most traditional drink of Uruguay, yerba maté tea.
Uruguay Tourism Website
This interesting and fresh website (with a contemporary, mobile-friendly design), is easy to navigate if you know what are of the country you would like to explore. It takes a little while to find some of the more interesting and exotic options, but the site is not so complicated that you can’t get through most of the material in an hour or so.
From the website:
“The protected landscape area Rupestre de Chamangá includes the highest concentration of rock pictographs in our country— 41 recorded, whose uniqueness is given by its location in open fields and on granite outcrops, and prehistoric archaeological remains which have been the subject of academic studies and scientific research.”