Paraguay is a country forgotten by time and still undiscovered by most modern travellers. The charming, friendly and innate generosity of the down to earth inhabitants of Paraguay will bring an understanding of the South American way of life. At one end of the country the Iguassu Falls still roar through the jungle as they have done for thousands of years, whereas in Asuncion, the Victorian Trolley cars still glide over the street, as they have been doing for as long as anyone can remember. Billing itself as the land of peace and sunshine, it is one of South America's two landlocked countries. Paraguay has an intriguing history and a wide diversity of areas, from uninhabited Chaco wilderness through to the fertile rolling plains in the south.   



3 days / 2 nights 

Day 1: Asuncion

On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. 

Day 2: Asuncion

Morning tour of Asuncion visiting all the major points of interest in this charmingly quaint capital city, featuring its Cathedral and Government Palace amongst other city sights and finishing at the La Recoba handicraft market. Afternoon at leisure. (B) 

Day 3:

Transfer for onward travel. (B) 



5 days / 4 nights 

Day 1: Asuncion

On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Evening folkloric show at a typical restaurant. (D) 

Day 2: Asuncion

Morning city tour of Asuncion including the historical area, National Pantheon, House of Independents, the River port and the typical La Recoba handicraft market. (B) 

Day 3: Asuncion - Encarnacion

Morning drive to Yaguaran to visit its church museum, with lunch at a country restaurant. In the afternoon visit San Ignacio and the Jesuit Museum. (B) 

Day 4: Encarnacion - Ciudad del Este

Morning visit to the Jesuit Ruins of Trinidad prior to continuing on to Ciudad del Este. Afternoon visit to the Itaipu hydroelectric plant with an excursion on the lake to a reconstructed Guarani Indian village. (B) 

Day 5: Ciudad del Este-Iguassu Falls

Morning visit to the Iguassu Falls Brazilian side, with plenty of time to stroll through the walkways for views of the falls, and perhaps for a helicopter ride, prior to your transfer for onward travel. (B) 

Ref: Paraguay.Bro