Natural monument composed of the Aconcagua Hill, the highest in America, which has achieved vast international fame for the beauty of glaciers, freshwater reservoirs and archaeological remains that can be find in it.
Area with unique characteristics of geological order and high concentration of volcanic cones that allows us to make an interpretation of the evolution of the planet. Here there is also a guanacos pilot experience in progress.
Rock formation shaped like a castle, composed of a group of sedimentary-volcanic slopes whose purpose is the preservation of the richness and diversity of plants and animals that live there; and the middle basin of the Malargüe River that provides drinking water to the homonymous city.
This reserve protects about 12,600 ha. native forests of carob trees which are home to a great diversity of birds that attracts number of scientists to research about the flora, fauna, climate and soil so it has a biological and a metereological station.
Provincial reservation area that protects the historic monument Sanmartiniano, which is also known for its scenery, the water quality of its streams and a large fish station residing in the place, making it an excellent tourist attraction.
Region of 110,000 ha. located within the Central Andes, which protects the Maipu volcano of 5.323 meters and the lake that are within it. This lake is one of the main reservoirs of sweet water in the province and is the headwaters of Diamond River.
Las Salinas is a surface formed when one of the arms of Atuel River loses flow and water seeps into the ground, leaving the minerals on the surface. The other arm borns in the river, empties into the lagoon of same name, which houses an important fish wealth and adjacent vegetation. Both comprise 350 ha. of reservation area that seeks to preserve the wetland formed.