North of ParanáThe North Region surprises its visitors with breathtaking beaches, welcoming retreats and the aroma of coffee invading the plantations.
Colonization occurred between the 1920s and the 1950s, with the growth of coffee cultivation. This region is deeply marked by different cultures.
In Rolândia, the German immigrants made history that is reflected in the architecture, gastronomy, events, dance and music. However, Japanese colonization is also very present in some locations, such as Assaí and Londrina, where temples and celebrations reflect the presence of this ethnic group.
Visitors to this region will find state-of-the-art technology ventures that contrast with rural properties with the striking presence of family farming. Today, many of these properties are open for visitation and leisure with accommodation and meals.
Regional highlights also include events & business tourism supported by quality infrastructure for scientific, cultural, agricultural and sporting events.
In Londrina, there is the annual State Agricultural Trade Fair and other festivals and congresses. Technical routes are also provided for visitors who want more information on economic development of the region.
Religion is also present in the events, temples and routes, especially the Route of Faith between Lunardelli and Apucarana and the Rosary Route, in the pioneering north.
In Ribeirão Claro and Carlópolis, the Xavantes Dam serves as a backdrop of the Brazilian Caribbean. Canoeing, rafting, trekking, hand-gliding, paragliding, boat trips, horse-riding, hunting and fishing can all be practiced in the rural area of the region, in rivers, dams, waterfalls, and wonderful mineral water springs.
For more information, visit the website of Tourist Region North of Paraná: www.adetunorp.com.br
What to do in Tourist Region North of Paraná