The Iguazú National Park will reopen to the public. Behind the flood of the Iguazú river and the repair and cleaning tasks carried out in recent days, the authorities confirmed that “the security conditions for authorization are in place of the Upper and Lower circuits of the Iguazu Falls the day Friday, November 3“.
The president of Iguazú Tourism Municipal Entity (Iturem), Leopoldo Lucasshared a statement on his social networks in which he assured that “today, Thursday, November 2, and as planned in the institutional agenda, staff of National Parkstechnicians and park rangers National Park Iguazuthe service concessionaire Iguazú Argentina SA (IASA), actors linked to the tourism sector, photographers, guides, workers in the Falls Area and media, carried out a tour of the Lower and Upper circuits“.
He then stated that, “according to the technical inspection carried out by the staff, the safety conditions for the authorization of the Lower and Upper circuitsand the Verde and Macuco trails the day Friday, November 3after the extraordinary flood of the Iguazú River“.
It is worth mentioning that the maintenance tasks and cleaning branches, trees and sediment remains on the walkways, which were carried away by the flow of water, continue at this time in the sectors of the affected circuits.
When do they open the Devil’s Throat circuit?
Leopoldo Lucas confirmed that “is still preventively suspended for the visituntil river level conditions allow personnel to enter to assess damage to the walkway structures.”
What other activities can be done in Iguazú?
Luke indicated that, while the situation in the National Park is regularized, tourists have the possibility of visiting “the different” attractions it offers Puerto Iguazu.
“We have in the city the Aripucathe Güráoga either Bird Househe Bio Centerthe possibility of making horseback ridingshopping in the Duty Free Shop and to tour the gastronomic circuit in the new Avenue brazil and the Feirinha”he described. Also, he added, “the ice bar is enabled and the possibility of carrying out activities such as abseiling and canopy in the jungle”.
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