Uruguay is the fourth-largest producer of wine in South America, with a production of roughly 67,000 tonnes a year. It is most known for red wines produced from Tannat grapes, but white wines made from Albariño are beginning to receive attention internationally too.
For our luxury hotel of the month for June, we have chosen the stylish Hyatt Grand Spa Resort in Carmelo. Combining the countryside with luxurious relaxation – this elegant resort makes the perfect rural retreat.
Uruguay is a charming little country where the pace of life is slow. Why not finish your trip in laid-back luxury on a secluded Uruguayan beach? Humboldt director Kirsty, offers up a list of the best hotels in the area.
Uruguay may not have the historical riches of Peru, the dramatic mountain ranges of Patagonia or the exotic wildlife dwelling in the Amazon rainforest, yet this tiny country has an irresistible charm calling in the seasoned traveller looking for an authentic experience in a little-known corner of the globe.
Voted as one of Harper's Bazaar Top 25 Hotels in the World, and with numerous other awards under its belt, Bahia Vik is a premier hotel in Latin America. Set on a beautiful sweeping beach in Uruguay, this is the ideal place to relax and soak up the sun. Although Uruguay is often overshadowed by its bigger and flashier neighbours, it has much to offer the discerning traveller.
The prospect of a new year is always an ideal time to start thinking about, and organising, a trip for the coming months. After the excitement of Christmas has faded and the last box of chocolates has been eaten, what better to do than grab a map, a guidebook and your travel partner and start [...]
Uruguay is not the first country that people think of when visiting Latin America and it is certainly not the first country that one associates with whales. However, it is a beautiful country with some fantastic destinations for cuisine, wine, beaches and not to mention whales. June marks the start of the whale watching season [...]