GPS Waypoints & POIs (Paraguay)

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camping icon Juan E. O’ Leary, “Nativa Nautic Club” campsite: Very nice and cheap campsite, just 4.3 kilometers away main road. It lays just in front of a beautiful, clean lake, ideal for swimming. There was internet, hot / drinkable water, a mini market, barbecue facilities and electricity. Price: 20,000 PYG per person. (May ’15) gps: –25.39279, -55.3577

wild camping icom Asuncion, Botanical garden: Here is the place to pitch your tent (for free) or park your motor-home (with a small fee) inside the botanical gardens. Be aware that there is almost nothing here (food, drinking water etc), and it’s just a place to spend the night. The toilets are VERY dirty and probably you won’t be able to use them (like we did). However there is running water. No internet. There is security during the night but we didn’t feel safe to leave our stuff there and visit the city center. Price: free for you and 5,000PYG for your motorcycle. (May ’15) gps: -25.24718, -57.57238

wild camping icom Asuncion. The entrance to the botanical garden (you can spend a night for free using your tent). (May ’15) gps: -25.25221 -57.57853

hotel icon Asuncion. Arandu hostel: the best hostel we’ve ever seen / stayed! We spent 24 (!) days here, because the ratio for what you pay and what you get is great. The building is new, it’s very clean, the kitchen is big enough and very well equipped, there’s lots of space for many people, there is even satellite TV (for the fans), fast internet and the staff is very kind and helpful! Price: 50,000PYG per person per night in a shared 4 bed dormitory (we were lucky enough though to visit it on May when there is a special offer and for every 2 nights you pay, you get one for free, so the cost for us was 33,333PYG per person per night). Breakfast is included. One last detail is that we were there during the low touristic season so we didn’t share our room with other people. (May ’15) gps: -25.28399, -57.63981

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