With our humble beginnings in Buenos Aires, the Oasis Collections handpicked portfolio of luxury rentals has since expanded to such amazing destinations as São Paulo, Florianópolis, Rio de Janeiro and Punta del Este, Uruguay. We are now pleased to announce that our destinations have expanded even more to include the following.
This port city is a mandatory destination for any beach lover. The view of the Caribbean sea is incomparable, and can’t be found anywhere else on earth. Wether spending time in El Rodadero in the south or relaxing in idyllic the northern fishing village Taganga, Santa Marta has something for everyone. If you manage to pull yourself off the beach, you can spend time in the Museo del Oro, which holds some of the more amazing artifacts of this quaint seaside village.
This island off the coast of Nicaragua is the epitome of Caribbean culture. The natural landscape is so serene and untouched it was recently named a natural biosphere reserve by UNESCO. If you get bored with snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the west coast of the island, the city center, nicknamed “El Centro,” offers several clubs and amazing restaurants.
This peninsula was originally a pirate hideaway, but has more recently become one of the more chic beach getaways in the world. The days can easily be filled with windsurfing, beach lounging, or surfing while the nights are reserved for the incredible shopping, restaurants, and clubs. As we’ve said before, this was named one of 2012′s Best Sun and Beach Destinations in the world.
This southern Brazilian beach town may be one of the most beautiful places in the world. The natural beauty is second only to the incredible surf conditions. Be prepared to share these pristine beaches with some of the world’s best surfers. Although the nightlife may be a little more laid-back, there’s no shortage of beachfront bars and inspired restaurants.
Once on the list of most dangerous places on earth, Medellín has cleaned up it’s act and now boasts a vibrant arts scene, world renowned modern architecture and a party scene like none other. Expect friendly people, good food and fun times.
Another UNESCO heritage site, the Old Town is perhaps one of the most well maintained as well as beautiful colonial towns in the world. Tourists have been flocking for years to indulge in world class cuisine, night life and beautiful Caribbean beaches.
Though perpetually chilly and rainy, Colombia’s capital city has much more to offer than meets the eye. With great sites, bars, clubs and restaurants and only a short flight from the states, it’s no wonder that Bogotá is becoming the long weekend exotic getaway of choice.
Often compare to Napa Valley 50 years ago, Mendoza offers world class wineries producing top-notch vinos using progressive methods that outshine those of their international contemporaries. Couple this with an amazing array of unique restaurants as well as great hiking and access to adventure tourism, Mendoza is a must see during any visit to South America.
This incredibly vast region offers much more than just summertime skiing. Head down during the summer for one-of-a-kind hiking, camping and much, much more.Argentina, Bogotá, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Cartagena, Colombia, Medellín, Mendoza, Patagonia, Rio de Janeiro, San Andrés, Santa Marta