Lake Titicaca is one of the world’s highest commercially navigable lakes and the largest lake in South America (by volume of water). Located in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia it is also home to more than 530 aquatic species and is well known for its natural and artificial islands. Additionally Titicaca is the ancestral land of the Quechuas, Aymaras, Uros, Pacajes, and Puquinasis cultures. Moreover it is considered a sacred place for the Inca civilization, as the Incan mythology says that their first king, Manco Capac, was born there.
- – Reflective Waters Of Peru And Bolivia
- – Close Contact With Local Communities
- – Tradition Rich Experiences
- – Independent Explorations