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Guaíra is in the Cascavel region in Brazil on the border with Paraguay. It is the gateway to the Pantanal of Paraná and constitutes a corridor of biodiversity with more than 200 islands. Guaíra is well set up for visitors who want to relax, to learn about the history of colonization, or to live in contact with nature.



Get in


Guaíra is 526 km from Curitiba.

Get around



Guaíra Park
  • Cross of the Americas (Centro Náutico Marinas). This cross, dated to 1556, is perhaps the oldest mark of Spanish presence in Brazilian territory.
  • Guaíra Park. The main green space of the city.
  • Igreja de Pedra Nuestro Señor Del Perdón, Rua São Francisco. Spanish missionary chapel made of stone.
  • Sete Quedas Museum (Museu Sete Quedas), Avenida Sete de Setembro 22, +55 44 3642-4372. Various exhibits on regional fauna, indigenous art, and objects that evidence the passage of the Spanish and Portuguese through the area.


  • River trips with amateur and professional fishing, with a stop at Lagoa Saraiva to dive in its warm and transparent waters
  • Ecological tour along the trails of São Francisco Island





Pintado na Telha is a typical dish from Guaíra.







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