It is the largest lake in South America and the tallest lake for navigation in the world, called Titicaca, which according to Andean belief means “cradle of the sun.” This lake is located in the province of La Paz, 3 hours by bus from the capital of the same name, and has an average altitude of 3,810 meters above sea level.
Part of the lake belongs to the State of Bolivia, while the other part belongs to Peru, and is divided into two main basins, “Lago Mayor del Titicaca” (the main lake of Titicaca) and “Lago Minor del Titicaca” section (a small lake from Titicaca). The Great Lake, or Lake Chuchetto, glitters between the mountainous landscape filled with white peaks, and the islands that contain the remains of the Aymara civilizations.
Lake Minor or Lake Winay Marca have panoramic views of the Royal Cordillera Real mountain range, and the lake coast is associated with many natural areas that contain rare papyrus plants, and is also home to various types of birds, and the ancient Tuanaco culture surrounds the Lesser Lake, while an island is born Paula Isola Bolivia Peace and serenity in the spirit of its visitors.
Lake Titicaca is known as the “Sacred Lake of the Incas” and it is the ideal place to enjoy nature and enjoy stunning views of the snowy hills descending from the high mountains and contrasting with the crystal blue waters of the lake. From their grandparents.