International Jazzfestival in Mercedes

The international jazz festival takes place in Mercedes in mid January. The small town on the Rio Negro offers a romantic ambience for the bands that play jazz of all sorts in cobblestone alleys during the day. As soon as the sun sets, the festival continues on the main stage.
Our trip takes us through Uruguay with one full day at the festival. We start between January 5th and 7th and reach our highlight in Mercedes at the end of the trip. The return flight to the project base in Colonia del Sacramento is on January 17th.

Air Festival in Villarica, Chile - All trips outside Uruguay will start again as soon as possible

Every year there is a big Fly-In and festival at Villarica Airfield which lies in the impressive volcanic region of Chile. We fly in a group with other pilots from Uruguay starting from Montevideo or Colonia del Sacramento. The route takes us across Argentina and across the Andes to Chile. Flying excursions can be undertaken on site to see the volcanoes of the region from the air.
The tour starts around January 20 and lasts about 8 days. As always, we are dependent on the weather, especially to cross the Andes. If you plan for 10 days, you are on the safe side.

Carnival in Montevideo

The so-called “Llamadas” traditionally take place on the first weekend of February. These are the carnival parades that stream through downtown Montevideo. The hustle and bustle is a great spectacle, filled with the sound of the drums, the glittering costumes of the dancers and a cheerful atmosphere.
Our tour starts on February 1st and ends on February 10th or maximum February 12th, depending on individual wishes.

Gauchofest in Tacuarembó

On the first weekend in March, gauchos from all over the country meet in Tacuarembó, a small town in northern Uruguay. Every year huts and scenes are reproduced according to a certain motto and evaluated as part of the national competition. The rodeos are of course also an important part of the ratings. Not to be missed is the parade of all the gauchos on their horses, there are several thousands, through the city on Saturday.
We start the gaucho trip on March 1st and finish it 10 to 12 days later, depending on whether the participants want to try horseback riding at an authentic farm themselves after the festival.

Iguazú Waterfalls in Argentina - All trips outside Uruguay will start again as soon as possible

On March 15th we start a ten day tour to Iguazú to visit the spectacular waterfalls. The route takes us along Rio Uruguay, then across the border to Argentina and then north to the “Cataratas”.
The tour begins and ends in Colonia del Sacramento like all the other tours.
Iguazú Wasserfälle