Discover stunning panoramic views and the traditional communities of the world’s highest navigable lake from the summit of one of the islands that dot breathtaking Lake Titicaca high in the Andes.
Lake Titicaca strides the border between Peru and Bolivia high up in the Andean altiplano and is one of Latin America’s most spectacular mountain landscapes. The pretty lakeside town of Copacabana is lovely to wander around in and enjoy a lunch of fresh trout.
Row out to one of the small indigenous communities to take lunch with them on the Urus Iruitus islands, made of floating reeds. Share stories over corn and local delicacies, and then later that evening have your fortune told in the coca leaves by the local shaman. You can also stay in a delightful local inn on the Island of the Sun which has the most wonderful views over the lake.
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