Switzerland boasts one of the most spectacular natural phenomenon in the planet, little known to tourists and even locals alike. Called the “confluence,” this idyllic spot in Geneva is where the rivers Rhone and Arve collide in such breathtaking beauty.
One of the major rivers in Europe, the Rhone stems from the enormous ocean-like Lake Lehman in Switzerland and runs through southeastern France, a dark, steady flow. On the other hand, flowing with water coming from glaciers of the Chamonix valley, light brown and muddy from its high levels of silt is the Arve River. The merging of the rivers happen in a point called La Jonction, where the striking hues bleed dramatically into swirls of blue, green, white, and brown.