Lake Titicaca

One of the highest lakes in the world, Lake Titicaca is shared between Bolivia and Peru and is still home to the native pre-Incan Aymarán people, whose way of life has barely changed in 1,000 years. Small farms and indigenous villages sit on its banks, while the islands of Isla del Sol and Isla de la Luna are dotted with Incan ruins, which can be reached by traditional reed boat.

The region has enormous significance in ancient Incan myths, legends and beliefs, so be sure to visit the nearby religious sanctuary of Copacabana for an insight into pre-Columbian Bolivia.

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