This South American country of contrasts that is locked in by its bigger neighbours Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia, offers the perfect opportunity for a new start for those who seek adventure and something different.
Though the country is still developing in many ways, it has also accomplished some remarkable things. Almost 100% of the country’s energy comes from hydroelectric plants and 94% of the adult population is literate, more than most other countries in South America. Paraguay is also one of the original 51 UN members and joined in 1945.
Agriculture provides a living for about half of Paraguayans, but the government is taking measures to stop deforestation and protect the natural resources of the country.
When you move to Paraguay, you’ll be welcomed by a subtropical climate and a rich culture. The economy is growing quickly as well as local industries. Many immigrants in Paraguay work in the industrial sector or as English teachers. The country offers the unique experience of really getting away and embracing a new culture that is not yet spoiled by tourists, and where the expat community is still relatively small.
Things to keep in mind in a place that is so different from other places? Most Paraguayans speak Spanish, but the official language is Guarani. Confrontations are best to be avoided and people are quite reserved in public.