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This place is underrated by Uruguayans and it is a pity because it is wonderful. Hundreds of years of natural history in front of you. Marcos, the guide, made the trip really enjoyable for the kids. A must do if you want to see Uruguay...More
Had a mini-tour here. Alicia was able to explain some of the natural history of this part of Uruguay and was very knowledgeable.
Learnt a lot about the life cycle of the ombue tree, which is indigenous to these parts of South America.
This is a unique setting, with the opportunity to see Ombue trees in their natural habitat. There are very few of these trees left and they are worth seeing, but the hike is very short and very easy.
We took a boat up river from...More
To get to the site the ranch owner has a covered wagon that carries about 8 people through the swampy fields where the cattle graze. I wasn't sure what to expect, but then we came to an area where the elevation was about 5-10 feet...More
We visited Uruguay in winter (June) and stayed in Punta del Diablo. To get to the Bosque (Portuguese) or Monte (Spanish) de Ombues, which is a park reserve near Vallizas in Eastern Uruguay filled with old Ombu trees only found in the pampas regions of...More