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Mirador en Ojos del Caburgua
Chile

The Eyes of Caburgua is a natural tourist attraktiv located in the town of Pucón, Araucania Region, Chile. It is located near Lake Caburgua.


The Eyes of Caburgua wells are of great beauty, a product of electric blue. Water from these wells comes from an underground drain from Lake Caburgua. You can access both eyes car or by bicycle.

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