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Paraguay may fly under the radar for most travellers to South America, but this country has much to offer those who like to get off the beaten track. About 60% of the country is covered by the wild northern Chaco region – home to an astonishing number of bird and mammal species, many of which are endemic. The Rio Paraguay runs north to south through the centre of the country. Take a river cruise to the Chaco and Pantanal regions on one of the grand old vessels that ply the calm waters.
The Jesuit Missions in the south of the country provide a fascinating glimpse into Paraguay’s past, while the Mennonite communities of Filadelfia and its surrounding townships are a more modern example of the country’s religious diversity.