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Asuncion (and vicinity), the nation's capital, is located 210 miles to the southwest of Cerro Cora National Park.
You should consider taking a day trip to Pedro Juan Caballero, 25 miles away, and Ponta Pora, which is only 25 miles away.
Take a big breath and feel all of your worries disappear as you explore the Paraguay area's more peaceful leisure activities, such as cycling or bird watching.
If you'd like to broaden your knowledge of the region, there are an assortment of interesting tours you can join in on, such as guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, wildlife safaris and city walking tours.
Want to have a thrilling experience during your time in Paraguay? You should try out sky diving. You'll never forget it.
Paraguay has some great places for swimming, so make sure that you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Canoeing is also a good reason to take a dive.
To learn a little about the culture of Paraguay, make a beeline for the region's art museums, nature museums and history museums.
Put on some comfortable clothes and take a breath of fresh air at one of the various outdoor activities in Paraguay. Its open-air museums, street art, farms, open-air markets and gardens are there to be explored.
Spending time at some of the region's historic sites will allow you a greater awareness of its past. You won't want to miss its ruins and old towns.
This region is known to have a rich spiritual side. You can see this in its holy churches.
Don't miss the chance to take your taste buds on a tour of this region's favorite food and drinks.
There's nothing quite like locally grown ingredients. You'll soon discover that corn and milk are go-to favorites here.
Why don't you try sopa paraguaya (soup) and soo-yosopy (soup)? These two specialties are staples here.
Try some sopa paraguaya (moist cake) after you have finished your meal. This scrumptious dessert is impossible to say no to.
If you're in the mood for an alcohol-free beverage, mate (tea made from yerba mate leaves) is definitely a possibility.
Real travel encompasses so much more than simply being an observer. It is also about the words, stories and ideas of a country. Your days here will become much more meaningful if you spare the time to memorize a couple of useful words, sayings and salutations in Spanish. Mucho gusto Encantado is how you say pleased to meet you in Spanish. Buenas tardes (good afternoon) is good to practice as well.
If you're visiting on the Independence Day, you can immerse yourself in the festive mood of Independence Day, a national day of celebration.
When your time is up in Cerro Cora National Park, pack your bags, spend your remaining guaranies on last-minute mementos and say a warm "Adiós" to this unique part of the world.
When you're ready to head to the airport, you'll want to know that Campo Grande International Airport is about 180 miles to the northeast.
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