A spectacular, if desolate, landscape of otherworldly rock formations, dinosaur remains and sedimentary mountain ranges. Drivers join convoys on slow-motion tours through the desert valley and canyons of sandstone, clay and volcanic ash. Mountain biking and short treks are also possibilities. There's a small visitor's center with a cafe and campground. Extremely isolated, it involves some dedication to get here; most visitors come from San Augustín de Valle Fertil or San Juan.
Parque Provincial Ischigualasto
Mendoza & the Central Andes
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Nearby Mendoza & the Central Andes attractions
1. Parque Nacional Talampaya
The spectacular rock formations and canyons of this dusty desert national park are evidence of the erosive creativity of water. The sandstone cliffs are…
2. Sendero Triásico
This 'Triassic' path takes you past life-size replicas of dinosaurs whose fossilized remains have been found in the Talampaya area.
3. Cañón de Talampaya
The focus of a visit to Parque Nacional Talampaya is this spectacular, (usually) dry watercourse bounded by sheer sandstone cliffs. Condors soar on…
4. Ciudad Perdida & Cañón Arco Iris
In Parque Nacional Talampaya, accessed from the road 14km before reaching the main park entrance, these impressive formations are visited via guided 4WD…