On the shores of Lake General Carrera, Chile, erosion by water thousands of years has shaped rock formation that in times of low water, you can walk through it. This is a series of islands and caves accessible by small boat from the town of Puerto Río Tranquilo, which have strange shapes. Thus, as to be equivalent to small chapels and even a marble cathedral.
Cotopaxi is the name of one of the highest active volcanoes in the world, located in Ecuador. The crater of the volcano is 5,897 meters high, and is usually above a blanket of clouds—like touching the sky—offering a stunning panorama.
Besides being the highest active volcano in the world, the Cotopaxi is the most impressive volcano in terms of height. The highest active volcano in the world is the Ojos del Salado, located on the border between Chile and Argentina. However, the Ojos del Salado does not have a crater as definite as that of the Cotopaxi volcano. It is located 50 kilometers south of Quito and his last activity was recorded in 1942.
The Grey Glacier in the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile , seems to combine their hues and tones with sky, clouds, sun and ice crystals in the landscape to capture a true work of art.
The result is a dream landscape, a symphony of color, blue and turquoise, and a visual spectacle that is modified each time.
The Cerro Chalten is a set of monumental rock towers that emerge pointing to the sky, reaching up to 3,375 meters in a zone of glaciers, lakes and other unstable climate. Located in Patagonia , on the border between Chile and Argentina, the summit provides a great visual spectacle. Its looming peaks among glaciers and clouds that crown the summit are constantly like smoke. Chalten, in Tehuelche language, actually means smoking mountain.
The Cerro Chalten or the Monte Fitz Roy is located within the Glacier National Park on the Argentine side, and the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park on the side of Chile. The whole area is in fact, a collection of postcards illustrating the Patagonia, with areas of forests, glaciers, barren land, and monumental views.
The climate in the area Cerro Chalten is extremely changeable. Recently, it was very isolated and less accessible. But everything has changed with the growth of El Calafate and its international airport. Surely, it is a visit to include on any trip through Argentina.
Three thousand feet of altitude in northern Chile, is a domestic landscape in a surreal atmosphere. In isolated lands, there still remain a few little-known spots that seem to be taken from a fantasy, and not even on a map. The Red Lake has a liquid of a color so intense it looks like ink, or blood, and since the waters remain eternally warm, little is known of its depth.
The Red Lagoon is located near Camilla, a small town 147 kilometers from Iquique. Until recently, its existence was not known officially. The lagoon, however, was the protagonist of many legends of the Aymara people in the area.
The water temperature remains at 40 to 50 ° C and the plausible and scientific explanation of its color is due to the microscópitas algae adapted to the particular site conditions. A little known site, the best spot is close to the lagoon preferably with expert guides who know the area.
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