Lake Titicaca, Copacabana
Categories: Bodies of Water, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Civilizations have been born, legends have been spun, and time-tested traditions have been honed around majestic Lake Titicaca. Sitting at a staggering elevation of 3,808 m (12,493 ft), between Bolivia and Peru, the expansive sapphire lake offers a range of cultural and natural treasures to be savored. Stay with traditional indigenous families at one of many small villages, or explore ancient Inca ruins at Isla del Sol, a scenic island on the lake. Catch a boat across the shimmering waters and appreciate the snowcapped peaks that surround you. Using our international travel planner, Copacabana attractions like Lake Titicaca can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Nesse local magnifico você fica encantado de como a natureza é tão bela. As paisagens formadas pelo lago, as montanhas ao fundo, as ilhas deixam a gente perplexas. Vale a pena ficar hospedados na Isla... read more »In this magnificent location you're delighted how nature is so beautiful. The landscapes formed by the Lake, the mountains in the background, the Islands leave us perplexed. Worth getting hosted on Isla del Sol at least a day and make rum tour of the Lake, and visit Isla de la Luna.show original
Well, I am a fan of Guatemala. And lakes. Personally, I think there are nicer lakes than the Titicaca in the world, which are worth more to visit. Unless, you absolutely want to see the world's highes... read more »
Largest navigable lake in the world located on the border of Bolivia and Peru. We traveled from La Paz to Copacabana on the Bolivian side.
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