San Pedro

Based in the lowlands of central Paraguay, San Pedro is the ideal pit stop for visitors looking to experience its surrounding savannas and forests. There is a river near the town that drains into the Paraguay River, the fifth largest river in South America. Otherwise, you can drive three hours to Mbaracayu Forest Natural Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s home to more than 2,000 plant species, 425 bird species, and a number of threatened mammals. Simple hikes along the luscious park will reveal trumpet tree, American cedar, queen palm, and peterevy—these are among many of the forest’s unique trees. You can explore the park in many ways, including by feet, bike, and even by canoe, and there are camping facilities available as well.

 

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