Paraguay is a landlocked country often ignored by travelers. The country is a hidden-gem in tourism. Contrary to popular opinion, there are a number of exciting things for tourists to do during their vacation in Paraguay. Tourists who like adventure and practice of extreme sports will feel at home in the country as there are infrastructures that support this. Zip-lining, rappelling, and hiking through virgin forests can be done here. Tourists in the country can also visit one of the flowing rivers which have perfect conditions for fishing, tour, and excursions. Tourists are sure to be engaged in one activity or the other during their time in Paraguay.
Paraguay is one of the least visited countries in South America. The visit of tourists to the country in 2011 was a 12% increase over the number of tourists that visited in 2010. The number in 2010 was 465,264 which rose to 520,926 in 2011. In recent times, the number of visits to the country has increased as the country hosted over 1.2 million tourists in 2015.
The importation of items such as firearms, medications, toys resembling weapons, or other protected species. There are prohibitions for used motor vehicles over ten years old and soaps/detergents that contain sodium tripolyphosphate.