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Park nu Guasu is located in Luque, in the Central Department of Paraguay, near the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport. A green area of about 25 hectares, it has been transformed into a recreational park, in part due to ample tree coverage. It is maintained through the Communications and Public Constructions Ministry of Paraguay, through the Public Constructions Direction, dependent of the Vice-Ministry.

The Eco-reserva Mbatoví is a protected area and nature reserve located in the Paraguarí Department, Paraguay, in the middle of the Cordillera de los Altos, between Paraguarí and Piribebuy, in the Central Litoral. The area was preserved by its owners to protect the biological diversity of this natural area. It was the first Environmental Service business to be registered in the General Direction of Public Registries of Paraguay.

Cerro Cora National Park is the largest protected area in Paraguay with 5,538 hectares. It is located in Amambay Department, 45 km from the departmental capital, Pedro Juan Caballero and the border with Brazil. Established on February 11, 1976, it is a nature reserve, as well as a major historical site. This place was the setting where last battle of the Paraguayan War took place, on March 1, 1870.

Gran Chaco: While Asuncion and eastern Paraguay provides plenty of modern cities and conveniences, the area known as Chaco in Paraguay is rich in environmental resources, indigenous culture and agriculture. Chaco in Paraguay is part of a larger scrubland region of South America known as “Gran Chaco”. Gran Chaco is the largest dry forest in South America and is a direct corollary to the Amazon Rainforest.

Medanos National Park: The great American Chaco is a plain of about 1.000.000 km2. It covers parts of Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. It is a region with its own characteristics, which has very particular types of animals and plants. The Great South American Chaco is a plain and its formation, millions of years ago, is very closely related to the formation of the Andes and the erosive process afterwards. Originally the Chaco was a hole, which within time, was filled with sediments of aerial origin ( through the wind action) and of pluvial nature ( through the rivers taking and depositing sediments along the Chaco).