WHAT TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT FOR YOUR VISIT
Purchase your ticket to the Park: to enjoy any of our experiences, it is necessary to have this ticket. You can buy it through the National Parks website or in person on the day of your visit.
Check the weather before you go: under certain conditions, such as rain or strong wind, excursions may be cancelled. In that case, we communicate it here so that you can verify it. In addition, consider that there is a wide thermal amplitude in the area, with temperatures that can exceed 38ºC in summer and be less than 0ºC in winter.
Come early: the Park is large and the starting point for the excursions is in the “Talampaya Canyon” service area. In addition to contemplating that journey, keep in mind that you will need a few minutes to register when you arrive.
Do not bring your pets: its entry is not allowed as a measure to protect the local flora and fauna.
Download the map: it’s important that you have it on your cell phone since you probably do not have a signal in the area.
The Park is open 365 days a year, from 8 AM to 6 PM; except when there is heavy rain or the strong Zonda wind blows. We recommend you check the weather forecast before traveling.
From May 1 to September 21, the last tour starts at 4:00 PM
From September 22 to April 30, the last tour starts at 4:30 PM
Do the experiences take place every day?
Yes, every day of the year, including weekends and holidays.
The Park remains closed on days of heavy rain or the strong Zonda wind, we recommend you check the weather forecast before traveling.
The tours leave from the “Talampaya Canyon” service area. We recommend you download the map to get to the Park, since you may have no signal in the area.
The Park is large and the starting point for the excursions is in the “Talampaya Canyon” service area. We recommend you download the map to get to the Park, since you may have no signal in the area. In addition to contemplating that journey, keep in mind that you will need a few minutes to register when you arrive.
We recommend the tours to Ciudad Perdida and Arco Iris Canyon, inside the Talampaya National Park. In the surroundings, it is worth visiting Laguna Brava and Cuesta de Miranda, among many other tourist attractions.
Booking & Payment
To book through our website:
Enter the “Experiences” tab, select the one that interests you and click on the “Book now” button.
Then select the date and time you want to do the tour and the number of people. Then, click on the “Next” button.
Enter the billing information and the information of your debit or credit card, and click on the “Booking” button. And that’s it, your booking is confirmed!
You can also purchase your tour experience personally at our Talampaya Canyon Complex, subject to availability.
We recommend that you do so, since you will only be able to tour the Canyon with the company of authorized guides, in groups with limited space and previously scheduled times.
To enjoy any of our experiences, it is necessary to have the entrance ticket to the Park. You can buy it through the National Parks website or in person on the day of your visit.
By purchasing your tour experience through our website, you can pay with a debit or credit card. If you pay for your tour in person at our Talampaya Canyon Complex, you can also use cash.
We are adhered to the “Ahora 3” and “Ahora 6” programs with credit cards.
COMFORT IN NATURE
We have a visitor service center, waiting room, restaurant, grocery store, restrooms, gift shop, covered parking and camping.
Among our facilities is Talampaya Resto, where in addition to salads, regional dishes and sandwiches, you can find a cafeteria and food. We also offer grocery services.
No, the nearest ATM is at Villa Unión, 55 km away.
We have a wild campsite with electricity in each plot, bathrooms and showers with hot and cold water. Villa Unión, 55 km away, offers a variety of hotels for lodging.
The nearest petrol stations are in Villa Unión (55 km), Valle Fértil (120 km) and Patquía (140 km)
Except for the trekking to Los Balcones, all the experiences are accessible for people in wheelchairs: Nature and Culture, Talampaya Canyon and Shimpa Canyon. In addition, we have excursion guides written in Braille and continuous accompaniment with information transmitted orally by the guides.
All our facilities are accessible for people with disabilities.
Live the Talampaya canyon at its utmost expression
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TALAMPAYA NATIONAL PARK CONCESSIONAIRE
We are an Argentine company dedicated to provide unique and unforgettable experiences in protected areas.
For more than 15 years, we have been accompanying people from all over the world to discover the beauty and majesty of the Talampaya Canyon, providing a service that enhances the natural magic of this landscape.
The preservation of the environment and the socioeconomic development of the surrounding communities are the pillars that guide each of our projects.