From geysers and lakes to mountains and volcanoes, Chile is home to more natural wonders than we can count, but one of them is not getting as much attention as it deserves. Waterfalls in this country are truly breathtaking, and here are three you should check out during your visit.
Salto del Laja
Formed from four horseshoe-shaped falls on each arm of Laja River, this waterfall has to be seen to be believed. Watching the water ascend into a narrow canyon will leave you speechless, and you can continue your adventure by hiking or horseback riding near the waterfall.
Safely tucked away in the heart of Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, this waterfall deserves a spot on your bucket list even if chasing waterfalls isn’t your thing. What makes it so spectacular and popular with tourists is the amazing view of the Osorno Volcano.
Ojos del Caburgua (Pucón)
If you’re hitting the road to explore Chile’s countless lakes, you’ll end up finding many beautiful waterfalls in their proximity. This one is located near Lake Caburgua and Lake Villarrica, and we could spend hours admiring its clear blue waters.