The Gran Chaco region, the western portion of the country, is largely arid, flat, and unsuitable for agriculture. The extreme northwestern region is mostly desert. It covers 246,827 square kilometers (95,300 square miles), nearly two-thirds of Paraguay’s total land area.
What deserts are in Paraguay?
Paraguay has no deserts.
What is a traditional dessert in Paraguay?
Kaguyjy – also known as mazamorra, it is one of the most traditional desserts of Paraguay. It is made from corn and sugar and sometimes honey or milk is added. Ka’i ladrillo – a candy made with peanuts and molasses, cut into small cubes that look like small bricks.
Is Paraguay hot or cold?
Paraguay is intensely hot from November to March, averaging 95°F (35°C), with daily temperatures ranging between 77°F to 109°F (25°C to 43°C). It is coolest from April to September, though the average high in July, the coldest month, is 71°F (22°C).