Remember This When Visiting Paraguay


If there’s one place you must consider number one in your South American bucket list, it would be Paraguay.

You see, Paraguay is the exact representation of Mother Nature. It’s filled with tropical rainforests that stretch miles away from its original point and marshy plains that range towns away from its starting point, as well as unusual flora that only few have ever seen up close and unique fauna that only few have ever witnessed in person. And while best known for its climate that only goes from humid to dry, Paraguay is also known for its rich history in the form of hoary buildings and vibrant culture in the form of homogenous population – both of which goes way back into the Spanish era.

Now, you might think: What is a city girl got to do in Paraguay? Or better yet, what do you think a city girl must do when visiting Paraguay?

Well, let me tell you just one secret…

There’s no shortage.

Yes, that’s right!

There’s no shortage of places to go in Paraguay – including the Cerro Cora National Park, the Itaipu Dam, and the Ruins of Jesús de Tavarangue. There’s also no shortage of things to do in Paraguay – including camping and hiking in Saltos del Monday, sightseeing and picture-taking in Icono Tower, and learning and strolling in the Palacio de los López.

And for what it’s worth, you can pretty much do anything your heart desires in this country – from adventure travels to leisure travels, from business trips to vacation trips, and more. All you really need to do is abide by the laws the Republic of Paraguay has for everyone – both locals and tourists alike – and voila – you can make your trip here remarkable like no other.

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