The cave has three main corridors levels: In the first, or intermediate, is the tour that extends almost horizontally with respect to the input space and 170 m. The second level or high level, develops in almost horizontally but 20m over the first and the third consists of passageways that descend to 20 m below the first. It is clarified that there are other sectors be mapped by impassable due to its narrowness or being obstructed. The Tourist Circuit (intermediate), begins at the entrance of the cave. A few meters of entering, is up to the great room of the Virgin which has a width of 28m by 17m high and 30m in length. Its name comes from a stalagmite that resembles the shape of the image. Abandoning the first room, you enter a narrow flap, which after a short descent begins climb to get to the Hall of prior Landslides Pass tour the Nun and go through the chimney through vertical blocks as a joint imprisoned and efflorescence on walls. The blocks have strained and there is a stalactite column dry. There is some stalactites drip and appreciate cut. The Hall of Landslides, as its name implies, it is a space strewn chaos of blocks, all of considerable volume. The blocks are "embedded" in vertical joints on which they have formed some stalagmites. At this point, the course is divided into two corridors, being on the right, which leads to the division of the Stalagmite Giant, after passing through a key point of the cave called Shark Mouth. The Hall of Giant Stalagmite, named for the presence of a stalagmite of 1.58 m high and 1.26 m wide, is extremely beautiful, as with pave this way, others are not less attractive, as solid large stalactites and stalagmites. Are also fallen blocks with small coral on its surface. On the ceiling is seen as a joint vertically with large stalactites, some degraded. Other speleothems visible at this point are cast and curtains that create a waterfall of accretions on the walls. After transpose it, you get to the Hall of Meetings, characterized by large caliber collapsed blocks of coral surface, and estactíticas stalagmite columns, stalactites on the ceiling and walls, curtains, cast with interesting microgours dimensions and high amount of clay and efflorescence. This being the last of the circuit room. Was achieved after 6 km of galleries, but has not made it to the end of the maze. You can only visit with a specialist guide and paying the appropriate fee in tourism management Malargüe city.
The Natural Reserve of the Witches Cave is located at the S 35 ° 48 ’02.3’’ and W 69 ° 49’ 13.7’’ about 1800 m in the Main Cordillera of the Andes to the south end of the Province of Mendoza, Argentina, 71 km from the city of Malargüe. Booking is accessed through the RN 40, culminating with an access road to the site 8 km from the road. The nearest town to the Natural Protected Area is the town of Bardas Blancas has proveduría, restaurant, health center and police station. Reserve was created through the Provincial Law No. 5544 in 1990 and comprises 128 ha. Cavity is the most extensive limestone known to date in Argentina