Attractions

Top Choice Area in Copacabana to Yampupata

Sampaya

This is a beautifully preserved village where the homes are built with flat stones joined in an earthen mortar. There is a stone church on the hilltop overlooking Titicaca and Isla de la Luna in the distance. Take a…
Village in Copacabana to Yampupata

Sicuani

Ask around town for Hilario Paye Quispe. He can take you on trips around the bay in a totora-reed boat or via motorboat to the peninsula opposite (prices negotiable). You can also camp here.
Village in Copacabana to Yampupata

Titicachi

This picturesque village lies on a secluded crescent-shaped bay encased by green hills. If it’s open, there’s a basic tienda (shop) in town selling soft drinks.
Museum in Copacabana to Yampupata

Museo de Kusijata

A 3km walk northeast along the shoreline from the end of Calles Junín or Ballivián leads to the community of Kusijata, where there’s a former colonial hacienda housing a small, dusty archaeological display. Seek out…
Village in Copacabana to Yampupata

Yampupata

This is a collection of lakefront adobe houses. If you ask around, you’ll find rooms for rent for about B$30. Asociación Transport Yampu Tour Lacustre takes passengers across to the south of Isla del Sol for B$130 (…
Cave in Copacabana to Yampupata

Gruta de Lourdes

A cave that, for locals, evokes images of its respective French and Portuguese namesakes. It attracts devotees from across the border in Peru, particularly in August.