This place name comes from the Tupi language and means "river of the black Jaguars".
It is possible to arrive by vintage steam locomotive, the Maria Fumaça from Anhumas Station in Campinas.
- Jaguariúna Rodeo Festival. May. A festival that bring around 300,000 people to town with various types of shows and rodeo competitions.
- Bar da Praia, Av. Alexandre Marion, 364 - Jardim Da. Luíza.
- Jaguary, R. Amazonas, 4.
- Pousada Vila Bueno, Tr. Da. Ermelinda, 81.