Titicaca Lake in 1 day: Copacabana – Isla del Sol – Puno

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March 2018, Titicaca Lake – Bolivia&Peru

Lake Titicaca, with its elevation of 3812 meters, is the highest navigable body of water in the world. Considered the birthplace of the Incas, it’s home to ancient ruins, impressive legends and local tribes living in total isolation.

Below you will find our itinerary for Titicaca Lake in 1 day: Copacabana – Isla del Sol – Puno. Even if Titicaca seems hard to reach, it’s possible to get on both Bolivian and Peruan shores quite easily in just one day!

All you need is a little bit of planning. And waking up early. 🙂



The morning we finally leave La Paz feels like an escape. After having a severe tooth infection and considering ending our journey in Bolivia, we are now absolutely thrilled of jumping in the bus again!




A few hours on the road, and we reach…

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