New York, NY, February 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Escaped to Latin America have added a brand new, and unusual, tour destination to their portfolio for Latin America. Not many people know anything about the small country of Uruguay but the Peru-based tour operator say that it is a real gem and can be easily combined with an Argentina tour due to easy access via Buenos Aires.
Uruguay is a reasonably well organized South American country with a better than average standard of living for the region and a decent level of infrastructure, wedged between the two South American giants of Argentina and Brazil. Travelers who enjoy being in open countryside, staying on traditional ranches, visiting wine and vineyards, golf, fruit and olive farms, farm activities, experiencing colonial history and other cultures will greatly enjoy a visit to Uruguay says Escaped to Latin America's CEO Gary Sargent. South America is an ideal choice for getting away from the Northern Hemisphere winter cold of course.
Gary continues, "This is the third time that I have visited Uruguay and this time I wanted to explore the options in more off-the-beaten-track locations to introduce a new destination to our passengers. The vast majority of our clients live in large cities so the chance of relaxing in the countryside, visiting vineyards and farms, and enjoying the old fashioned beauty of the town of Colonia will be very popular in my opinion." Uruguay is only an hour away from Buenos Aires by ferry across the Rio de la Plata and so can easily be combined with an Argentina tour.
For further information on Uruguay and Argentina tours people can contact Escaped to Latin America via their website and toll free numbers.