Chile 2014: The Eyes of Lake Caburgua

Ojos de Caburgua 2

Los Ojos de Caburgua, or the Eyes of Lake Caburgua, are pools of water that form along the path of a river that appears to emerge from nowhere – nowhere, in this case, is actually an underground river that connects the series of turquoise pools, streams and waterfalls to their source, Caburgua Lake. The pathway alongside the “eyes” winds through native forest and up natural steps of tangled roots to various lookout points where we can capture the white-foam waterfalls with our cameras. But the photos are only a flat representation of a truly beautiful place which people will be able to enjoy for many years to come, thanks to interest from national and international tourists. We have made our contribution by paying a visit, thus showing the world that, in our opinion, Chile’s natural wonders are worth preserving.

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One thought on “Chile 2014: The Eyes of Lake Caburgua

  1. Wonderful to learn of these places and to read your accounts. A light snow is falling here in Vermont and currently our universe is wrapped in a white blanket.

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    lindsaycox2014 posted: ” Los Ojos de Caburgua, or the Eyes of Lake Caburgua, are pools of water that form along the path of a river that appears to emerge from nowhere – nowhere, in this case, is actually an underground river that connects the series of turquoise pools, strea”

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