What to see
The Park has a single entrance from which all guided tours depart. There are 5 circuits that can be done by car, on foot or by mountain bike.
The traditional circuit is 40 km long and you can go on your own vehicle in a caravan, following a qualified guide. It is 3 hours long and it has five stations. You can see some of the most famous geoforms, such as El Hongo, El Submarino, Cancha de Bochas, and Valle Pintado.
The tour can be complemented with a visit to the Interpretation Centre of the National University of San Juan, which offers excellent information on palaeontology, geology and evolution. In addition, in the middle of the circuit, you can visit the William Sill Site Museum where you can see real fossils and the "in situ" work that is performed on them.
At the entrance to Ischigualasto, the Morado hill exhibits its enormous walls. To get the best panoramic views, you can walk to its summit, where condors can be seen. Along the way, you can see guanacos, foxes and viscachas.
With Full Moon
A walk on the clear sands of the ground, under the light of the full moon, makes you feel in a true lunar landscape. The tour is offered only 4 nights per month, i.e., two previous nights to the full moon, the night of the full moon and the night after the change of the moon phase.
Journey to the Triassic
Some of the oldest dinosaur remains in the world were found in Ischigualasto, including an almost complete sequence from the Triassic period. Walk through the same places that these incredible reptiles travelled 180 million years ago.