South America will never allow itself to be mistaken in your choice of adventure and travel. For that, if you have a shortage of blue and want to indulge in an unfamiliar and exciting experience, here is where you will find it in abundant color combinations directly from nature. General Carrera Lake's marble cathedral overflows with emeralds, turquoise to aquamarine and azure blue.
The natural water basin, between Argentina and Chile, is filled with crystalline waters coming from several rivers on the Patagonian Andes. The color is obtained by an unusual process of particles of ice that break the light to an incredibly blue color. The marble rocks were formed more than 6200 years ago by endless, phenomenal, natural synchrony.
Marble Cathedral is spoken of as one formation, but the truth is that there are three. The largest is El Catedral - the Cathedral. There are two smaller formations, which are known as La Capilla - the chapel and La Cueva - the cave.
Tourists here can rent a boat from Puerto Tranquilo, and in good weather the passage between the marble tunnels, rock formations and beautiful views leaves an unforgettable memory.
Naturally, man already has a plan to destroy this earthly beauty. Plans are underway to concretize the nearby two rivers for dams and to build the power plant too close to the natural phenomenon. In order not to allow the destruction of all the natural gifts given to everyone equally, you can take an attitude to preserve them. We are sure that there are other safer ways to generate electricity.