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Lago Ypacarai, San Bernardino

(2.8/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
Surrounded by green parks and the low ridgeline of the mountains, Lago Ypacarai offers a peaceful retreat within nature. This major body of water is 24 km (15 mi) in length, but only averages a depth of 3 m (10 ft). The sandy beaches and green lawns attract many tourists looking to soak up the sun and engage in recreational activity. The lake sits in close proximity to two major tourism cities, both brimming with culture, restaurants, pubs, and heritage. Don't plan to take a dip here, however, as pollution in the water makes it unsafe for swimming. Arrange your visit to Lago Ypacarai and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Bernardino using our San Bernardino vacation planner.
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  • Near the assumption where the Paraguayans usually go on weekends to relax. There are spaces for children, football fields, spaces for barbecue and showers to ward off the heat. The lake itself is not recommended the bath because it is polluted.
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  • The Lake is very beautiful, wide and with beautiful houses around. Too bad that abandoned. The surrounding structure is collapsing, dirty and unkempt. Flowers fall super well. The water is contaminated. Unfit for bathing. Pity
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  • Really a great experience see the Ypacaraí Lake and know the places to his round, a landscape lush, green and full of places to discover. San Bernardino is a spa where would be a delight to a holiday. Areguá a village of the most beautiful I've seen.
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