A marine paradise carved by the forces of nature hiding in Patagonia

A miracle of nature in remote Patagonia

The Marble Caves are located on lake Carrera to the border of Chile and Argentina.

The lake has a surface of 1.850 sq km, of which 970 square kilometers belongs to Chile and the rest in Argentina. It is the largest in Chile and the fourth largest in Argentina.

The turquoise crystal clear waters intensify the colorful coloration of the cave, creating a surreal backdrop.

The special geological form due to the movement of the waves of the lake here 6,000 years and contribute to a beautiful result.

The caves represent a group of caverns, columns and tunnels formed in monoliths of marble, to the lake. The magical landscape visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.