A nation where cows outnumber people by about 4 to 1, Uruguay has been in the shadow of its famous neighbours’ shadow for far too long. From bustling grand squares in Montevideo to the luxurious coastal resorts of Punta del Este and Jose Ignacio, a luxury holiday to Uruguay offers the sophisticated visitor an enticing mixture of culture, rolling hills and superb wine and gastronomy. It is the second smallest country in South America and has a far more temperate climate than most others around it.
At OROKO, we can customise your tailor-made luxury holiday to Uruguay with private airport transfers, exclusive experiences, and the best of boutique hotels in Uruguay. Every client has 24/7 support from our trusted partners to give you complete reassurance and confidence that you’re fully taken care of from day one.
POCKET GUIDE TO URUGUAY
Fishing village turned upscale beach town; José Ignacio, is rustic, barefoot elegance brought to life. Resting on a small peninsula, its scenery is dominated by a beautiful lighthouse and flanked by beaches on either side. Known for its tremendous waves and ideal surfing conditions, while away endless afternoons at Playa Brava, then head to Playa Mansa for stunning sunsets and cocktails at La Susana. For ultimate relaxation, head to a yoga class or indulge in a massage at The Shack.
A port town with a colourful history, Uruguay’s capital is an exciting and eclectic mix of cultures. Stretching along the country’s southern coast, Montevideo is a city of many faces. Each of its districts has its own vibe, meaning the city offers something for everyone. The exclusive suburb of Carrasco is perfect for luxury beachside relaxation, whilst Ciudad Vieja, the city’s oldest neighbourhood, entices with its art deco and neoclassical buildings, a complete contrast to the skyscrapers of Punta Carretas.
Known as the St. Tropez of Uruguay, thanks to its stunning sandy beaches, upscale hotels and swanky nightclubs, Punta del Este is a lively seaside resort on the Atlantic Coast of Southern Uruguay. Spend your days at the beach windsurfing, paragliding, kitesurfing, paddleboarding and swimming, or for a change of scenery, go horse-riding through the plains surrounding the city. After sunset, indulge in delicious, world-class cuisine before checking out the vibrant nightlife which Punta del Este is renowned for.
At OROKO, one of our favourite ways to holiday in Uruguay is to combine it with Argentina. Your luxury holiday will commence at the breath-taking Iguazú Falls. From there, head north to the rugged mountains of Salta where you can sample delicious wines and go horse-riding with local gauchos. Continue on to Cafayate, the Great Salt Plains and Buenos Aires. Conclude your trip with a few days of beachside relaxation in José Ignacio, a Uruguayan fishing village turned seaside resort.