Isla De La Luna, Copacabana
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
A historic small island, Isla De La Luna emanates cultural significance and rich stories of the ancient Incan people. Wander the dry and hilly terrain discovering multiple archaeological ruins while surrounded by the vast blue waters of Lake Titicaca. The main ruin is an amphitheatre nunnery, a significant site of the "Chosen Women" in Incan religion. The island’s tranquil atmosphere is complimented by premium views of both the Andes and mainland. Experience the villager lifestyle by observing the off shore trout cages with a local fisherman. It is recommended to pack some water and sunscreen. Use our Copacabana travel itinerary planner to add Isla De La Luna and other attractions to your Copacabana vacation plans.
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Lugar belíssimo, riquíssimo em cultura. Vale a pena passar pelo menos dois dias pela região de copacabana para aproveitar o passeio pelas ilhas. Cobra-se uma pequena taxa para entrar na Isla de La Lun... read more »Beautiful place, very rich in culture. Worth spending at least two days in the region of copacabana to take the guided tour the Islands. Charged a small fee to enter the Isla de La Luna.show original
Um aperitivo da cultura indígena/Inca no solo da Bolívia. Não tem tantas ruínas e tão bem conservadas como a parte peruana (Machu Picchu, etc) mas vale a visita.An appetizer of indigenous culture/Inca in soil of Bolivia. Don't have so many ruins and so well preserved as the Peruvian part (Machu Picchu, etc) but it's worth the visit.show original
Estuvimos en la Isla de la Luna visitando el Templo de las Vírgenes. No vamos a hablar de historia que se encuentra en toda la web, pero sigo emocionándome cuando me encuentro en lugares que conjugaro... read more »We were on the island of the Moon by visiting the Temple of the virgins. We will not speak of history which is located across the Web, but still thrilling me when I'm in places that together the history and mysticism. Pretty ladies that sell handicrafts, especially the belts made macramé, performed while they care for their jobs.show original
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