Strange ice tunnel in Argentina Patagonia
Nature’s beauty is unimaginable. Paradise is already here.
Amongst the abundant beauty of nature surrounding us, there exist the rarest natural gems that remain secluded in their scenic belt–one of them being the stunning ice caves in northern Patagonia.
These glacier ice caves are entirely made of ice and can only be found inside the ice glaciers.
On a peninsula of solid marble, these breathtaking caves lay snuggled in the waters shared by Argentina and Chile, where the colour sways from a glistening emerald to a misty azure and is gorged by majestic rivers carrying glacial water down from the Andes.
The ice caves make the most isolated and mystical geographical formations of Patagonia. An excursion to these magical tunnels is allowed only in summer when the ice is still thick concerning the safety of the people visiting the ice caves.
While reeling in the wonders of the Patagonian caves here, take a look at other breathtaking ice caves around the globe.
During summers, the Apostle Island ice caves are splendid sea caves but in the winters they take the form of an enchanting snowy spectacle.
The charm of these alluring caves is their shape-shifting feature according to seasons every year.
This ice tunnel belongs to the Furka Pass in Switzerland and acts as the connecting junction of the Swedish country.
This one is quite famous as it was featured in the iconic James Bond movie – Goldfinger
A man-made ice cave, this one is perched on the second-largest glacier in Europe and allows tourists to marvel at its beauty from the inside.