Travel·Posted on Oct 11, 201616 Places That Prove Chile Is Too Good For This World*Checks flight deals during work hours*by Sandra MendezBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Marble Caves at General Carrera Lake Flickr: paulachristensen / Creative Commons, Flickr: paulachristensen, Flickr: 9508280@N07 These marble looking caves are actually calcium carbonate that became exposed into caves after over 6,000 years of waves crashing. 2. Los Pingüinos Natural Monument on Magdalena Island Martin Bernetti / AFP / Getty Images, Vanderlei Almeida / AFP / Getty Images, Flickr: r36ariadne This is the largest penguin colony in southern Chile and houses over 120,000 Magellanic penguins during their migration. 3. San Rafael Glacier in southern Chile Martin Bernetti / AFP / Getty Images Floating at over 4 kilometers wide and 70 meters tall, this glacier is said to be anywhere from 3,000-5,000 years old. 4. Easter Island in the South Pacific Flickr: mayumine, Flickr: giladlotan, Flickr: 124863668@N05 Best known as "Easter Island Heads," the moai statues average a height of 13 feet and weigh 14 tons. 5. Llanquihue Lake in southern Chile's Lake District Flickr: 25363236@N07, Flickr: nimdok, Flickr: gutito Llanquihue is the second largest lake in southern Chile and its name means "submerged land" in Mapuche, the native language. 6. Salar de Atacama, south of San Pedro de Atacama Flickr: ndecam, Flickr: sofia_films, Flickr: miguelveraleon This is the largest salt flat in Chile and contains some small lakes that house flamingos. 7. Petrohué Waterfalls in Puerto Varas Flickr: raponchi, Flickr: akassia, Flickr: sicoactiva Even at high water speeds, tiny torrent ducks can often be seen traveling in the rapids. 8. Pukará de Quitor, north of San Pedro de Atacama Flickr: mcdemoura, Flickr: mcdemoura, Flickr: mcdemoura The Fort of Quitor was built by the atacameño people over 700 years ago and was declared a national monument in 1982. 9. Torres del Paine in Torres del Paine National Park Flickr: liamq, Flickr: douglucas, Flickr: annais These tall towers stand over 2,000 meters above the Patagonian desert. 10. Valle del Frances in Torres del Paine National Park Flickr: 100895643@N03, Flickr: tonyforster2, Flickr: davidesphotos There's a popular trek around this landscape that is almost 14 miles long and takes around eight hours to complete. 11. Lauca National Park in the Andes mountains Flickr: ju-mo, Flickr: 9508280@N07, Flickr: feona This over 340 acre park contains multiple volcanoes and even some lava rivers at times. 12. Grey Lake and Grey Glacier in Torres del Paine National Park Flickr: sarahluzader, Flickr: gonzalobaeza, Flickr: tholub Grey Glacier contains a piece of land within, a "nunatak," where visitors can walk. 13. Conguillío National Park in the Andes mountains Flickr: josita, Flickr: mapucla, Flickr: shami69 Due to the shape of some of the araucaria forests, this park is also known as "the umbrellas." 14. Valley of the Moon in the Atacama Desert Flickr: 91545746@N05, Martin Bernetti / AFP / Getty Images, Flickr: miguelveraleon One of the more well-known places in Chile, the landscape has been described as looking like the moon. 15. Laguna Cejar in the Salar de Atacama Flickr: fluxa, Flickr: davidesphotos, Flickr: 92589265@N06 Similar to the Dead Sea, this body of water has so much salt that people float effortlessly. 16. Bahía Inglesa on the coast of the Atacama Desert Flickr: happyworldtravel, Flickr: alveart, Flickr: happyworldtravel One of the more well-known destinations, this village is perfect for people that love white sand beaches and clear water.