Paraguay is a landlocked country between Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia, home to large swaths of swampland, subtropical forest and chaco, wildernesses comprising savanna and scrubland. The capital, Asunción, on the banks of the Paraguay River, is home to the grand Government Palace and the Museo del Barro, displaying pre-Columbian ceramics and ñandutí lacework, the latter available in many shops.
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Little-Known Paraguay Is Worth The Trip | HuffPost

“8 May 2015 Tourists are uncommon in Paraguay, and worthwhile tourist information on why to travel to this country and what to do once you've arrived is hard to come by. Here's what I'd tell you about Paraguay, based on my recent visit with my family: It's worth the trip. This is a country with a past, a place with a …”
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Paraguay – Wikitravel

“A boat travels up the Paraguay River from Asuncion stopping at many ports to the north of the border with Brazil.”
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Paraguay: Why Visit and What to Do, See and Eat

“5 Mar 2010 So why visit Paraguay? To be hugged by a rodent of unusual size (ROUS)?. Paraguay Travel, Capybaras A capybara named Mimi with Audrey outside Concepcion, Paraguay As we crossed into Paraguay from its western border with Bolivia at 5AM, we carried little information on the country: the virtually …”
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Paraguay travel – Lonely Planet

“Explore Paraguay holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Little-visited, little-known Paraguay is a country much misunderstood. Despite its location at the heart of the continent, it is all too often passed over by travelers who wrongly assume that a lack of mega-attractions means there's nothing to see. But it's …”
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Paraguay Travel Guide and Travel Information | World Travel Guide

“After years in the wilderness – Paraguay has long been politically as well as geographically isolated – the country is gradually opening up to the outside world. Its tourism infrastructure remains undeveloped, but patient and pioneering travellers are rewarded for their endeavours.”
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Paraguay – John and Alex's Travel Blog

“5 May 2016 Despite being bang in the centre of the continent, Paraguay is one of the least visited countries in South America. It's not the easiest place to get to by land and airfairs have a heavy levy for flights coming from outside the country. But since we were close to the border when we were at the Iguazú Falls and I …”
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Paraguay Travel Guide – Time Travel Turtle

“A comprehensive guide to the best things to do and see in Paraguay. If you're wondering what the country is like, this will give you a great idea.”
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Paraguay Travel Information and Guide | Bradt Travel Guides

Paraguay expert holiday travel tips including highlights, when and where to visit, activities, wildlife, Pantanal, history, culture, safety, visas, etc.”
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Paraguay 2017: Best of Paraguay Tourism – TripAdvisor

Paraguay Tourism: TripAdvisor has 58214 reviews of Paraguay Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Paraguay resource.”
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Paraguay Travel | 4* & 5* Custom Paraguay Tours, Trips & Vacations

“Expert custom tours to Asunci n, the Chaco, Jesuit missions, all Paraguay & the rest of South America. Luxury Paraguay travel planning and Paraguay Tours.”
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