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Visit Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, located at 12,507ft (3,812m) and straddles the border of Peru and Bolivia, who are constantly disputing who has the more beautiful side of the lake! The Bolivian side benefits from having the mountains in the background, which is truly a beautiful sight. Copacabana is the main town on the Bolivian side of the lake, with a pretty, sandy beach (Copacabana beach in Rio took its name from here!).
When you visit Lake Titicaca, you travel by boat to the serene Sun and Moon Islands, which are overflowing with ancient history and fascinating traditions of the local communities who live there. You will have the chance to llama-trek up to your locally run lodge on Sun Island and enjoy traditional (and truly delicious) meals and wake up to an unforgettable sunrise over the lake.
This was the most well organised trip I have ever experienced from any travel agent! Matt Wise was exceptional, always keeping me and my daughter updated on every detail! This made the extraordinary adventure so easy to manouver. I absolutely loved every moment and would recommend True Travel to anyone interested. In fact, I already have!
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