Tours to Lake Titicaca

Things to do in Lake Titicaca

  • 1Be pleasantly surprised by the incredible hospitality shown by the natives of Lake Titicaca. Always ready to play host and answer any questions, you’ll feel right at home.
  • 2Stay with a native family on one of the six floating islands to experience new foods, cultural dances and a new way of life.
  • 3Pick up a few trinkets, souvenirs or general necessities from their marketplace in Puno, built on the shore of the lake. Perfect gifts for home and you’ll be supporting their local economy.
  • 4Be sure to pack for a range of weather conditions, it is known to be a bit erratic.
  • 5The Incas believed Lake Titicaca was the birthplace of the sun, and when you see the spectacular sunrise over the lake for yourself you will understand why.

Visiting Lake Titicaca

Leave any fear of heights behind when travelling to this exotic destination. Bordering Bolivia and Peru, Lake Titicaca is renowned for its incomparable serenity, stretching for kilometres across the otherwise mountainous landscape.

The lake is located more than 12,000 feet above sea level, making for incredible views of the bordering nations’ scenery. With five major rivers feeding into Lake Titicaca, it’s no wonder it has become the largest lake in South America.

Known for its calm waters and native cultures settled upon man-made floating islands, the Titicaca Lake is truly something to be admired. Visit the islands crafted from layers upon layers of native reeds and experience a different, unique way of life.

Some natives even open their homes as host families, so you can really live alongside them. With six different islands to visit, you won’t be short for choice for your holiday.

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