What to see
It is a great destination for bird watchers and you can go for the day (it is 27 km away from San Salvador de Jujuy.).
There are typical yunga species, such as the red-faced guan, the rufous-throated dipper, the black-and-chestnut eagle, the slender-tailed woodstar, the fulvous-headed brush finch, the lyre-tailed nightjar and the torrent duck.
The lagoons and the scenic route
Provincial Route 4 crosses the park and connects it to Termas de Reyes (Kings’ Hot Springs). This scenic route spans across an area of lush vegetation. Warning: the road is made of gravel and may be blocked during the summer due to rainfalls.
It takes you to 2 lagoons (Rodeo and Comedero), giving way to short trails of low and intermediate difficulty.
Experienced climbers may be qualified to ascend the Cerro Azul (Blue Hill) (4,800 m.a.s.l.), which is part of the Chañi mountain chain. This is a hill of high difficulty; therefore, it can only be climbed with the help of a professional mountain guide.