Patagonia, South America, General Carrera Lake is shared by Argentina and Chile. But on the Chilean side of the beautiful emerald-green to turquoise-blue waters, there are breathtakingly beautiful marble caves carved into passageways and caverns
Marble Caves, Chile You can only access these incredible caves by boat. The naturally circular designs are carved into solid marble, the blue and green paint splashes are caused by a reflection of the water.
Marble Cave, Chile Six thousand years of wave erosion created the undulating patterns that give these caves their marbleized effect, enhanced by the reflection of the blue and green water of Carrera Lake, near Chile’s border with Argentina.
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