Volcan Isluga National Park is located in the Andes, in the Tarapaca Region of Chile, near Colchane and south of Lauca Biosphere Reserve. It covers 1,747 square kilometers, with elevations ranging between 2,100 and 5,550 meters. It is named after Volcan Isluga, which at 5,550 m, is the tallest mountain in this park. The park includes cultural heritage of the Aymara people. There are several ceremonial towns within the park, such as Isluga.