Paraguay might be a landlocked country, but it is home to two of the globes biggest water-wonders. The world’s largest drinking water aquifer, Guarani Aquifer, and the world’s biggest hydroelectric producer, the Itaipú Dam. Those aren’t the only surprises you’ll find in this diverse country.
A visit to the capital city of Asunción leaves little to be desired. Countless restaurants, museums, and parks can be found within the sprawling city limits. As it houses over 2.3 million people, Asunción is a lively capital with activities to suit every taste and budget.
If you’re looking for an escape from city life, Paraguay has you covered there, too. Along the western coast of Lake Ypacarí lies the resort town of San Bernardino. Enjoy water sports on the beautiful lake or stroll down the colonial streets.
Regardless of what brings you to Paraguay, you’re sure to leave with memories of friendly people and beautiful natural wonders.