El Salto Paca is part of the natural attractions of the town of Panambi located along the Rio Uruguay, 20 kilometers from the city of Oberá. The jump has a height of approximately 47 meters, is entered by urban area Panambí for roof road 3500 meters to the top, you can tour the mountain trails and lookouts enjoy the beauty of this appeal. It has camping areas and access is free.
The term Panambi means butterfly Guarani. According to the 2011 census, the town has 5,500 inhabitants Panambí is a rural, agricultural and livestock area. This beautiful place Missionary is surrounded by tea plantations and dryers and yerba mate and is located along the river Bird in Guaraní Urugua-I said. It is accessed by the RP 5 which is very attractive for its landscape and the RP 2, which is known as the Coastal Path or Parkway. Both are paved. Access to Puerto Sánchez, stoned, allows to reach an area where you can download the Uruguay River and make boating and fishing. It reminds históricamentea Panambí area because there the battle of Mbororé first naval armed encounter in defense of our territory was fought. Annually the Provincial Festival of Sapucay is performed.
Another tourist attraction is the Rock of Mbororé, a hill that has a beautiful view of the Uruguay River. The place was declared Provincial Reserve due to the acquisition of the province of 53 hectares in place. It is accessed from the RP 5 a dirt road 8 km. or the RP 2. It has historical significance because there, in 1641, the Guarani Indians with some Jesuits were organized to defend and win the battle to the Bandeirantes. In the place of memorial plaques are made. It is accessed from the Provincial Route 5 for a roof Road 8000 m. or by the same route Costera.