One of the main cities of our country; glamorous and extraordinary in the summer months as well as beautiful and cozy during the winter season. Beautiful and long white sand beaches, endless natural attractions and a wide range of services make Punta del Este definitely appear on our list of "places to meet."

Our route:

Our tour begins touring the entire coast of the city of Montevideo until you reach the department of Canelones; Once there we enter the route surrounded by beautiful fields, eucalyptus forests and mountain landscapes to head towards our first stop: Piriápolis.

There we will visit the Castle of Piria, home of the founder of the city that bears his name; We will continue down to the coast to see the emblematic Hotel Argentino, the beautiful rambla of the city and climb the Cerro San Antonio to have an incredible panoramic view. From the summit we will begin to see from the height our next destination: Punta del Este.

Upon reaching "Punta" we will see one of the favorite places for the Southern Right Whale to come to rest and have their young during the winter season. We will continue along the coast until we come across one of the icons of the city; the luxurious Conrad hotel. Our next stop will be at the port, where we will have the opportunity to see and meet the sea lions.

We will continue touring the peninsula and arrive at the exact point where our beloved Río de la Plata mixes its waters with the imposing Atlantic Ocean; then, a point inevitable for our visit: "The fingers."

We will stop at the beginning of the main avenue of the city "Gorlero" to give our passengers free time; During this time you can walk, lunch, visit souvenir shops, etc.

Undertaking our return, we will do the last and not least beautiful stop; Punta Ballena. In addition to giving us an imposing view and unparalleled peace this place hides the most important work of the Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró: Casapueblo.

It includes:

  • Pick up by hotel
  • Bilingual professional guide
  • On board service throughout the tour

Does not include:

  • lunch
  • tickets to the Casapueblo museum.


  • 9 hours approx.