The marble caves along General Carrera Lake in Patagonia, Chile, are over 6,200 years old. The smooth intricate shapes inside of the caves are the result of lake currents that have carved through the rock over the millennia.
To get to the caves, one must embark on a long and difficult journey starting from a flight to the Chilean capital of Santiago,a boat is needed to access the caves.
But though the journey is long and challenging, many agree the enchanting beauty of the caves is definitely worth the effort.
The Marble Caves are an unusual geological formation located at the centre of the lake. They represent a group of caverns, columns and tunnels formed in monoliths of marble. The Marble Caves have been formed by wave action over the last 6,200 years