Living in Paraguay

Living in Paraguay

Andrea Carlo Volonteri

The purpose of this podcast is to explore the values of our company developed over the years, our experience, our colleagues, our staff and the goals of our clients. We will explain why it is crucial to understand your goal when it comes to immigration. We\’ll delve into the significance of knowing what you want to achieve through residency, passports, citizenship, and the biometric documents issued by Paraguay.

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We will introduce life in Paraguay, discussing various cities, climate, and society. This episode will help you understand what to expect if you decide to settle in this country.

This is your audio guide host, my name is Daniel. I represent the company Living in Paraguay ( We offer high-class immigration consulting, providing the best service on the market for obtaining Paraguayan residency, tailoring solutions based on clients’ needs and financial capabilities.

The Republic of Paraguay is located in the central part of South America and is landlocked. Paraguay shares its borders with Brazil to the northeast and east, Argentina to the southeast, south, and southwest, and Bolivia to the northwest and north. The country is divided into two unequal parts by the Paraguay River. To the west of the river lies the Gran Chaco region, a desert-like landscape covering approximately 60% of the country. To the east, where the majority of the population resides, you’ll find fertile plains and subtropical forests. The total land area of the country is 406,752 square kilometers.

The climate in the Paraguayan region of Parana is subtropical, while the Chaco region has a tropical climate. Weather conditions vary across different regions of Paraguay.

Average temperatures in January (midsummer locally) in the south range from +27 to +29°C, in the northwest from +23 to +34°C. Hot days often see temperatures rise to +35–45°C. In July (midwinter locally), temperatures cool down to +16–19°C in the south and +14–25°C in the north.

As you move westward, precipitation levels decrease. In the mountainous eastern regions, annual rainfall reaches around 2200 mm, in the central areas, it drops to 1600 mm, and in the western part of the country, it can be as low as 750 mm. Weather in the mountainous areas is highly dependent on elevation, and conditions can be quite harsh.

The population of Paraguay is estimated to be 7,9 million as of July 2022. The annual population growth rate is 1.3%, with a fertility rate of 2.16 births per woman. The average life expectancy is 76 years for men and 79 years for women. The official languages are Spanish and Guaraní. Unlike other Latin American countries, Paraguay widely uses the language of the indigenous population, Guaraní, for interethnic communication. 37% of the population predominantly speaks Guaraní, 50% are equally proficient in both Spanish and Guaraní, and 7% of the population predominantly speaks Spanish. A small portion of the population is fluent in Portuguese and German.

Paraguayan people are known for their warmth, hospitality, and friendliness, always eager to meet new friends. The rich culture and traditions of this country are expressed through vibrant colors and rhythmic melodies that bring joy and a love for life.

Ah, the pleasant climate! Here, it’s eternal summer, and even when the skies are filled with warm rains, it creates an atmosphere of coziness and romance. Life here flows like a melody, bringing harmony to the heart of every traveler.

Paraguay has always been considered a highly commercial country with a significant influx of people from various South and North American nations. Its proximity to Argentina is a key factor, and many Argentine tourists choose to visit one of Paraguay’s cities.

One of the most well-known cities in Paraguay is Encarnación, especially because most of its residents refer to it as the “Summer Capital.” You’ll likely agree with them because the city feels like a perpetual summer due to its beaches and carnivals.

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  • 6 - Episode 6 – Geography, Cities, and Culture of Paraguay 
    Fri, 17 Nov 2023 - 0h
  • 5 - Episode 5 – Tax Benefits and Paraguay for Business 
    Thu, 16 Nov 2023 - 0h
  • 4 - Episode 4 – The Ideal Path to Citizenship with Our Assistance. The Best Offer in South America 
    Thu, 16 Nov 2023 - 0h
  • 3 - Episode 3 – Opportunities Provided by Residency, Cedula, and Paraguay Passport 
    Wed, 15 Nov 2023 - 0h
  • 2 - Episode 2 – Changes in Laws and the Ideal Basis for Residency in 2023 
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