About our Uruguay partner
Experience the pinnacle of luxury travel with BUEMES DMC, the unrivalled leader in inbound tourism to Uruguay. We pride ourselves in delivering an unforgettable journey tailored to meet the discerning tastes of your esteemed clients.
Our unwavering commitment to excellence is reflected in our meticulous attention to every detail. From seamless transfers to captivating tours led by expert guides, we ensure your clients indulge in comfort and style throughout their adventure.
Expect nothing less than perfection as we go above and beyond to provide accurate information, ensuring your clients are well-informed every step of the way. At BUEMES DMC, we understand the power of personalization, and our dedicated team adds that special touch to even the minutest aspects of the experience.
Join us and discover a world of opulence and bespoke travel, where every moment is crafted with utmost care. Trust BUEMES DMC to exceed expectations and create unforgettable memories for your valued clients.
Managing Director ATP DMC
This beautiful country is a gold mine of culture and raw natural beauty just waiting to for you. From the cobbled streets of Colonia to the grand, crumbling buildings of Montevideo, Uruguay holds a special kind of old school charm about it. From the authentic gaucho ranches to the rugged coastline and fashionable resorts there is something for all.
Just a short ferry ride across from Buenos Aires lies the colonial city of Colonia del Sacramento. A world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this quaint town has a fin de siecle feel. Vintage cars line its cobbled streets, harking back to times gone by. Ramble along tree-lined avenues and the old fort. A place where cafe culture dominates so leave plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere. Well-known for its colourful sunsets, it’s worth the trip for these alone. Join the locals along the promenade to marvel at the spectacular colours lighting up the sky.
For those looking for a slice of luxury, the seaside resort of Punta del Este is a must. As one of South America’s most fashionable holiday destinations, royalty and celebrities alike flock to its chic hotels. You too can enjoy golden sandy beaches, sip champagne and top up your tan. But if you’re looking to get to the heart of Uruguay, getting out of the cities and into ‘el campo’ is a necessity. It’s here that you’ll find Uruguayan life in its truest sense. Throw yourself into the vastness of nature, and you will be captivated by everything this beautiful country has to offer.
Head up the Atlantic coast for empty beaches and get close to nature at Cabo Polonio. This rustic paradise, once hippie colony, now represents the ‘simple life’ at its best. People are drawn here in their own way to a slower pace of life – fisherman, eccentric expats and artisans selling jewellery. This is the kind of place where dolphins swim alongside surfers. No electricity or running water adds to the charm of ‘Cabo’ with fireside conversations marking the end of magical days spent in the sun and surf. Further north are wetlands that are ideal for bird-watching or horse-riding under a big sky. The lagoons make ideal places for kite-surfing.
On the western border, the old meat-packing plant of Frey Bentos was recently declared a World Heritage Site. This ‘Cultural-Industrial’ attraction is a one of a kind. The whole landscape alongside the Uruguay River has been preserved. There are workers canteens and Victorian British-made machines. This is what fed the troops during the Great War.
Uruguay is hardly discovered. It is a great place to hire a car and drive off into the sunset. Take the road less travelled, Route 7 towards Melo; through the heart of cattle-ranching country. Drive through the Cuchilla Grande – a range of soft, curving hills – and past fragrant vineyards and orchards up to the Brazilian border. You’ll have it all to yourself…