Create Your Own Custom Tour

Click your preferences: Destinations & Activities. Be as specific or general as you like - or click Help Me Decide! We'll spice it with hidden gems & personal tips to create YOUR perfect trip.

Choose Amazon destinations (optional)
Choose destinations (optional)
Choose Bolivia destinations (optional)
Choose Brazil destinations (opt)
Choose Chile destinations (opt)
Choose Colombia destinations (optional)
Choose Ecuador & Galapagos destinations (optional)
Choose Paraguay destinations (optional)
Choose Patagonia & Antarctica destinations (optional)
Choose Peru destinations (optional)
Choose Interests
Choose activities
What category of accommodation?

You can choose more than one!

When would you like to go?
for
How many travelers?
age groups
age groups
Review my trip summary
destinations

activities

accommodations

when

who

Highly recommended - Phone: We ❤️ to talk! A brief chat with your personal Travel Consultant helps us create your perfect trip!

">
Hooray! Thanks for Sharing!

If you have an additional 30 seconds we’d love to learn more about you…

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Custom Form Blue Popup

  • Including accommodations, transportation and activities/tours.
  • One Moment Please

    We are matching your tour idea with the right Travel Consultant
    Our travel consultant answer most request in 1 to 2 hours.
    Thank you for your request!

Languages of Paraguay
  • Get This Itinerary Now! 📬

Languages of Paraguay

Language Information

You might be wondering, what language do the locals speak in Paraguay? Paraguayans speak Spanish and very limited English. Outside of the major cities, Guaraní (the indigenous language) is dominant and oftentimes Spanish and Guaraní are blended together. If you travel to the northern parts of Paraguay, you will find that the majority of people there speak Portuguese.

If you’re headed to Paraguay, we suggest that you learn a few basic phrases in Spanish. Having some understanding of the local language will make traveling through Paraguay much easier and enjoyable. Consider taking a “Spanish for Travelers” or “Spanish for Beginners” course at your local community center or with a software program such as the well-known Rosetta Stone. Many travel guidebooks include brief language sections as well.

Not many of the locals speak English fluently, but most of the staff at hotels, restaurants and tourist locations will speak English. If you’re traveling with us, you won’t have to worry about translating, as all of our expert tour guides are English-speaking.

Maka Tribe performs dance

Print Friendly, PDF & Email