This was announced by the general manager of Iguazú Argentina, Carol de La Rosa. However, the head of the park’s concessionaire invited visitors to enjoy the other attractions of Iguazu Falls, where, in addition to enjoying hiking activities and panoramic views of the waterfalls, there are nautical activities.
De La Rosa explained that the river’s rise reached historic levels, 24,000 cubic meters per second, causing significant damage that will require months of work for reopening, which is estimated for the year 2024:
“We believe that maintenance at the Devil’s Throat is going to take a few more months”
The walkways of The Devil’s Throat were swept away during the heavy rains that hit Puerto Iguazú between October 28 and November 02.