Between June and August, visit Uruguay for horse-riding, deserted beaches, great culture, live music, bonfire parties, winetasting & whale-watching.
The coronavirus pandemic trapped them in a country they did not know, yet they adopted it as their refuge. Where are these travellers a year later?
Guru’Guay and its creator, Karen A Higgs, have become a reference around the world and in Uruguay for our perceptive take on tourism and living as an expat.
The only guide to Montevideo, Uruguay, written by an author resident in Uruguay. With the end of the pandemic in sight, we reviewed our guide and thanks to our careful selections, can confirm our guide is still the best at finding the gems. The beauty of buying a guidebook by a local. Mentioned in the New York Times, BBC, National Geographic, Le Figaro, Decanter and more.
Following rave reviews for its debut, this second edition was sponsored by the Uruguay Ministry of Tourism and the government of Montevideo—and is indispensable for getting the most out of Uruguay’s capital as a visitor or expat.
Forget those guides with dry laundry lists of things to do. The Guru’Guay guides have passion and soul.
Formats and editions: Paperback, Kindle & Audiobook
When Chris locked his New York City apt door in Dec 2019, he never imagined he’d be moving out of it, in a pandemic, via WhatsApp and from Montevideo.