3,812 Meters - 12,510 Feet
World’s highest navigable lake
Lake Titicaca is one of the most fascinating lakes in the world, located between Bolivia and Peru, it is situated more than 3800 meters above sea level. Being in Titicaca is definitely an unforgettable experience for any visitor.
3 Days / 2 Nights
It does not represent a physical challenge but we recommend a previous acclimatization.
All year round is possible, but August and October are the best times to do it
LA PAZ – COPACABANA
We leave from La Paz heading northwest across the Altiplano. Along the way you will observe the imposing view of the Royal Andean Range as well as the Titicaca Lake. After four hours, we arrive at our hotel in Copacabana. After lunch we visit the imposing cathedral made out of whitewashed stone walls and multiple domes decorated with deep blue tiles. The massive gold altarpiece is remarkable, decorated with silver leaves brought from the Potosi mines. After that we walk up to the top of the Calvary hill from where you can appreciate the sunset. Then we return to the hotel.
COPACABANA – SUN ISLAND (north and south side)
After breakfast at 08:00 a.m. we go by motor boat to the north side of the sun island where we visit archaeological ruins like Chinkana Labyrinth, Sacred rock and “huellas del Inca” (the traces of the Incas). Later we start to hike towards the south side of the sun island. During the hike you will enjoy the gorgeous landscape of “La Cordillera Real de Los Andes” and the Lake of Titicaca until we arrive at the south side of the sun island. We go to our hotel and eat lunch. In the afternoon you will enjoy the beautiful sunset that the sun island has to offer.
SUN ISLAND – MOON ISLAND – COPACABANA – LA PAZ or PUNO
After enjoying the sunrise and breakfast we do a walk along stone steps of Yumani and visit the archeological remains of the Temple of Pilkokaina. After that, we take the motor boat through to Moon Island where we appreciate the archaeological island after return to Copacabana and continue our trip to La Paz or Puno.