In a recent update, the Iguazu Falls National Park announced that on Thursday, November 2, the park will be closed to visitors due to safety concerns. The park authorities have taken this precautionary measure to assess the impact of rising water levels in the park and to ensure the safety of all visitors.
The park has formed a task force, including representatives from the tourism chamber, to inspect and evaluate the areas that will be reopened for visitors. Notably, the iconic Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) circuit will remain closed, while the upper circuit will be partially accessible.
The decision to reopen these sections will depend on the river’s water flow and technical evaluations conducted by the park’s experts. Nevertheless, visitors can anticipate the park’s reopening on Friday, November 3rd.
This temporary closure is essential to maintain the safety and enjoyment of Iguazu Falls, one of Argentina’s most breathtaking natural wonders. Park authorities are closely monitoring the situation and will announce the reopening as soon as conditions allow.
Stay tuned for more updates.