RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Tijuca National Park, in Rio de Janeiro, has now allowed access to additional attractions that had been closed since March, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The reopening of some waterfalls and lookouts within the park is part of phase 6B of flexibilization of activities planned by the Rio de Janeiro city hall.
The park, which preserves one of the largest urban forests in Brazil, reopened partially to visitors in July, but kept waterfalls and lookouts closed.
With the clearance, all lookouts reopened yesterday, except for Dona Marta and Cascatinha. The waterfalls are also cleared . . .