Titicaca Lake

Best known as the "Sacred Lake", Lake Titikaka is the highest navigable lake in the world (3810 meters above mean sea level), and is shared between Peru and Bolivia, with a total extension of 8400 km2.

It is divided in two basins: the great lake, sprinkled with islands beholders of archeological remains, which are a testament of the domain that the Aymara civilization exerted in this region. The minor lake has an exceptional landscape as the Royal Andean Mountain range can be appreciated on the northern side. The Tiwanaku civilization, one of the most representative of our country, lived around this part of the lake. 

In the Island of the Sun is one of the most attractive hotels with a fantastic view of the Andes mountain range. It is the ecolodge La Estancia www.ecolodge-laketiticaca.com. In 2011 it was considered by National Geographic as one of the best hotels in Bolivia, see the NatGeo's report here

Places of interest: Copacabana, Suriki Island, Sampaya, Island of the Sun, Island of the Moon.

Ecolodge on the Sun Island
Circuit of 3 days/2 nights departing from La Paz to the highest navigable lake in the world at 3.810 m. Overnight stay in Sun Island.
3 days
A great view from the Sun Island
Circuit of 4 days / 3 nights in the Sun Island
4 days
Program Code: ECO 4
Vista Lago Titicaca
One full day in Lake Titicaca, crossing the strait of Tiquina and reaching the town of Copacabana
1 day
Amanecer en el lago
Soft trekking in the Sun Island in Lake Titicaca, sleeping both nights at the Ecolodge La Estancia. Visit to the ruins of Pilkokaina and the communities of la Chincana and Yumani.
3 days
Program Code: ECO 3