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Paraguay is a perfect destination for those who want to take South America's less-traveled paths.
Interested in seeing the Jesuit Missions and the Iguazu Falls, or Asunción and the Gran Chaco? Paraguay makes for an interesting destination, especially when paired with Argentina or southern Brazil, such as on a Pantanal-Chaco Cruise. Browse our Paraguay trip itineraries below, or create your own custom Paraguay tour.
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Untouched nature, rough gauchos, the old and new, historical and modern: this is Paraguay, one of the least-visited nations in South America. First visit the capital, Asunción. Then explore the Chaco wetlands and the surrounding Mennonite communities of German immigrants. Also visit the pleasant city of Concepción, with its nearby rivers and historic buildings. The culminating destination is the Iguazu Falls, on the border with Brazil and Argentina. This is a good tour option for honeymoon couples or groups who want to explore the less-traveled areas of South America.
Southern German dialects in the middle of a tropical rain forest? In Paraguay it's the norm: since the 19th century, Paraguay is one of the favored destinations of the German immigrants. On this trip you will visit different places in Paraguay which have an important part in the Paraguayan-German history. For soft adventure seekers, the Chaco region is a great place to get out and explore, while the German colonies of Independencia, Villarica & Bella Vista are pleasant places to visit. Also see the Iguassu Falls, the Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam, and the Jesuit Missions.
Guaraní means "warrior" in English. Nowadays we don't know much about these people, whom lived in most parts of South America during the 16th Century. In Paraguay the center zone of the Guarani, only 1% of this population is left. But their culture, and way of life is noticeable everywhere. More then 80% of the Paraguayan speak Yopara a mixture of Spanish and Guaraní. Guaraní and Spanish are the official languages of Paraguay; also the money is called Guaraní. The first Governor insisted the amalgamation between the Spanish and the Indians that's why most of the Paraguayan ancestors are Spanish and Guaraní, but they don't belong to the Indians. Today a lot of the citizens in Paraguay are very proud of their roots, and they try to preserve this culture. A serious problem is that the living circumstances of the real Indians is still a traditional lifestyle and changes very slowly. On this journey we want to try to show you more about these fascinating people, to tell you something about their history, and their traditional way of live.