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How to Get to Punta del Diablo from Montevideo

Bike rider in Uruguay

I reached Montevideo by bus from Colonia del Sacramento after crossing from Buenos Aires using Buquebus. My plan was not to really see Montevideo since I wanted to get away from big cities such as New York City To get to Punta del Diablo from Montevideo is quite easy. Using a bus company was my best option, but you can go by car if you like.

Undoubtedly, the best way I found to get around Uruguay is by bus if you’re not using a car. For me was convenient since I travel alone with little to carry. I decided to use COT(Compañia Oriental de Transporte) bus service. Moreover, their bus service was on time, reliable, clean buses. They only travel to Punta del Diablo twice a day. Check COT website for more details. The price was 871.00 pesos Uruguayos when I was there in November 2023. Exchange rate was $39 to one American dollar.

However, one thing you have to keep in mind is these buses do NOT go directly to Punta del Diablo. They make a LOT of stops including a stop in the Carrasco airport in Montevideo and many other small towns. Consequently, this adds extra time.

To sum up it took me about 4.5 hours to reach Punta del Diablo from Montevideo. Below are some photos I took during this path in Uruguay.

From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo road
Road views to farms
From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo
Firewood is popular
Small town on the way to Punta del Diablo
Small town on the way
From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo farms
Beautiful farms

Get to Punta del Diablo travel photography

From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo farms
Farms with yellow flowers
From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo
Dirt roads in farm
From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo yellow flowers
Yellow flowers
From Montevideo to Punta del Diablo bus stop
From Montevideo bus stop
Architecture in Uruguay
Architecture in Uruguay
Bike rider in Uruguay
Bike rider in Uruguay
Road to beach Punta del Diablo
Road to beach

As usual, you can contact me if you have any questions about traveling to Uruguay or any other countries in Latin America. Also, if you like to collaborate. We can do link exchange, live IG chats for promoting your coffee farm or place.

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