Going to Paraguay
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recommended Iguaçu Falls.Comment.over 2 years ago. ReportArlo Hemphill
Paraguay is more known for its natural attractions than its cultural ones. With one of the lowest human populations & densities of any country in South America, it is a true outdoor paradise. One of the most popular spots to visit is the Iguacu Falls - best known as being a Brazilian attraction, but also facing Argentina and Paraguay on opposite sides of the river. The country also has wonderful freshwater river backwaters along the Rio Paraguay, great dry forest wilderness in the Chaco region on the border with Bolivia, and a portion of the world's largest wetland, sharing the Pantanal in the north with Brazil. If you like fishing, hunting, hiking, birdwatching, camping, exploring, canoeing or boating, you'll love Paraguay.