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Lake Titicaca


Lake Titicaca is located on the border between northern Bolivia and southern Peru. It is considered the highest commercially navigable body of water in the world (3821m). Lake Titicaca was the foundation of the most influential pre-Hispanic cultures of the Andean Region. Best destination is Copacabana Peninsula with its Sun and Moon Islands.


Lake Titicaca


Where to Go

• Copacabana Peninsula
• Sun and Moon Islands
• Floating "Totora" Islands
• Huatajata and Tiquina
• Pariti Island

What to See

• Amazing views of the lake
• Ancient agricultural systems
• Archaelogical sites
• Copacabana Catholic Temple
• Ancient "Totora" boats

What to Do

• Walk to the top of "El Calvario" mount
• Sail on an Ancient "Totora" boat
• Hike along Sun and Moon Islands
• Lear about Inca and Aymara legacy
• Eat the famous local "pink trout"

Route & Tour Duration

From La Paz to Titicaca, about 3 hours road trip duration. Minimun tour time: 2 days. Although you may take an express full day visit.

Available Connections

From Copacabana at Lake Titicaca, you can conect to Puno (Peru) by land, and then to Cusco by plane or land... or backwards.