The ancient Peabiru, considered by the natives as the “long way,” “the way of the sun,” or the “way of the gods,” was about four thousand kilometers long and linked the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific and vice versa.

It started (or ended) on the coast of Santa Catarina, Paraná and São Paulo. And it ended (or started) off the coast of Peru and Chile.
It was a network of east-west-east roads that, upon arriving in Bolivia, “mended” with the sophisticated roads of the Incas as well as pre-Inca peoples.
There are at least four hypotheses about who were the “builders” of the Way: 1) The Itarare people; 2) The Guarani people; 3) The Incas; 4) A legendary figure called the Sumé.
The Guarani ancestors knew and trod the Path from one end of the continent to the other, according to reports. As for the construction of the route, one does not go into details, they just say that “The Way was made by old people”.
The transcontinental Peabiru, from sea to sea, is related to “Terra Sem Mal”, the Guarani mythological paradise located somewhere in the Atlantic, Guarani reports confirmed that the Way was effectively used to search for this legendary place, which continues to occur. until today; with many eastward migrations in search of the sea.

Today the script “Diving in Guarani Indigenous Culture” travels approximately 500 km from West Paranaense to the South Center, bordering the Iguaçu River and experiencing the current paths of mobility between communities ‘among the non-indigenous world’.

Opportunity to learn about the subtle differences between the Mbya and Ava ethnicities and the ‘environment’ differences around the villages. Starting with the most important tourist spot of Paraná, the Iguazu Falls, well known by the Guarani, legend generator for its majesty since ancient times.

Walking, walking, reflecting in search of spiritual and human elevation, is the background that this script offers anyone who is willing to experience it. Tape Porã: “Good Way”!