Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, located at 3856 meters above sea level. Its shores and small islands are home to the Aymara and Quechua who come from ancient cultures that lived in this area long before the Incas dominate. Here visitors can explore traditional villages where Spanish is the second language and where ancient myths and beliefs persist even today. One of the peculiarities of Lake Titicaca are the small floating islands inhabited by a tribe called the Uros. In these small islands visitors are welcomed and can even ride in one of the famous reed boats.
We pick you up by private vehicle from your hotel in La Paz. You will be driven with a professional guide to Copacabana, enjoying natural landscapes.Arrive at Copacabana cute village for a small local snack. We tour and visit the sanctuary and the Virgen Morena. You will have the chance to meet small regional artisans and learn about some local culture.Then we will make our way to the Isla del Sol on a private boat with a local guide. We will walk through the "Inca Grand Staircase" and also see the Sacred Fountain, whose groundwater, it's said, would give youth and eternal happiness! After this we will have lunch at the local archaeological restaurant and then visit the small handicraft market and ancestral places to learn about the customs that still remain from the ancestors.On our return enjoy the scenery of the lake and painting the colors of nature at sunset.Overland trip to your hotel in La Paz.