Devil’s Throat: On July 13, 2024, it reopens to the public

After completing the repair work, the most famous waterfall is now open again.
Devil's Throat On July 13, 2024, it reopens to the public

After completing the repair work, the most famous waterfall is now open again.

Iguazú Argentina, the concessionaire, announced the long-awaited news through its official profiles: the walkways and the balcony of the Devil’s Throat have been restored, and tourists can enjoy them starting from Saturday, July 13.

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Finally, the estimates of the company in charge of the Iguazú National Park were met, who had advanced that, if the good weather continued, the work would be completed in time for the winter holidays of 2024.

Chronicle of the closure and reopening:

After being closed to the public for eight months, the main attraction of the Iguazú Falls is back in operation.

All that remains is to wait until the end of the first half of July to enjoy this beautiful natural spectacle again.

Those who visit the Iguazú Falls should remember the updated price of both the entrance to the park and the parking service, in addition to those who have been affected by the successive closures of the natural area have a period of one year to return.

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Source: Ministry of the Interior, Iguazú Argentina

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