Parana River Flooding keeps closed routes at Iguazu Falls
The strong rise of the Paraná River, caused by heavy rains in the region, has left out of use all paths and circuits of the Iguazu National Park.
The Iguazu River has a flood of such magnitude that all the paths and circuits had to be closed, said spokesmen for the company Iguazu Argentina.
According to the information of employees of the park, the water level has reached its maximum estimated during the afternoon of Tuesday 10, so they expect that in the coming days the natural drainage of the flood occurs and the downspout allows the start of repair works of the affected circuit.
One of the main routes affected by the floods is the biggest jump leading to the park, known as the Throat of the Devil.
The sources consulted assured that while the natural phenomenon persists, the entrance to the park is free, because visitors cannot do the full tour to the resort.