Another way to discover the natural wonders of Paraguay, is to visit national parks, numerous. Sounds and silence, relaxation and adventure, tranquility and movement, solitude and company, all these feelings is in the midst of the grandeur of nature.
Cerro Cora National Park, the biggest in Paraguay, is a best place to start. Its forests extending to the border with Brazil and the hills witnessed the last battle of the War of the Triple Alliance in 1870 along the Aquidabán Creek. Some of the caves near ancient paintings function.
Ybicuí National Park shows a different landscape: the rivers through the mountains are beautiful waterfalls and pools. Biological diversity is just amazing, adapted to living in swamps and subtropical forests of the region.
The 25 hectares of land in Ñu Guasu Park are near the international airport of Luque. This is an ideal place to spend an afternoon outdoors and do some sport, as the area is partially urbanized, but the preservation of green areas. It has an area of gymnastics, soccer, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, a road bike trekking circuit.
Inside Ñacunda National Park there is plenty to entertain. For starters, here is the solution for community members Guarani Mbyá old, whose lives revolve around the natural products of the area and their religious practices. Hunting and fishing are also among other options here or take a trip to the waterfall Ñacunday surprising. It is 70 meters wide and 40 meters high and is located at the face of the river Paraná.
The Paraguayan Chaco sequentially harbors the natural reserved of Cerro Chovoreca and Cabrera-Timané, with the National Parks: Río Negro, Médanos del Chaco, Teniente Agripino Encisco and Tinfunque.