The dry bed of the Talampaya River, where dinosaurs lived millions of years ago - fossils, whilst not as interesting as Ischigualasto, have been found here;
The Talampaya gorge and its rock formations with walls up to 143 metres (469 ft) high, narrowing to 80 metres (262 ft) at one point;
The remains of indigenous peoples' settlements, such as the petroglyphs of the Puerta del Cañón;
A botanical garden of the local flora at the narrow point of the canyon;
Regional fauna, including guanacos, hares, maras, foxes and condors.