The volcanoes Incahuasi (far left) and Cerro El Fraile (center right), in the foreground the Laguna Verde

The Incahuasi is an active volcano in South America, situated between the Argentine province of Catamarca and the Chilean region of Atacama.

The name of the 6621 m high volcano in Quechua means House of the Inca. 1913 was the first ascent by the German geologist Walther Penck.