Isla del Sol
Copacabana is located on the southern shore of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. A boat ride on the deep blue waters of Titicaca, to discover the mythical Inca ruins and stories of these found on the island of the sun and the moon, is a visit frequented by tourists visiting Bolivia, undoubtedly one of the most famous destinations worldwide.
3,812 meters / 12.506 feet
2 Days / 1 Night
La Paz – Copacabana
Departure from La Paz to Copacabana, en route we will stop in the village of Hautajata to visit the museum of cane boats run by Paulino Esteban, an expert in boat building.
Lunch at the hotel in Copacabana, the afternoon will be dedicated to visit Copacabana, its beautiful church where the challa ceremonies are held and the hill of Calvario, a pre-Hispanic pilgrimage destination.
Night in Copacabana.
Copacabana – Sun Island – Copacabana – La Paz
In Copacabana on the shores we take a boat where we embark to the Isla del Sol, walk around the island (approximately 3 hours and a half) to visit the ruins, the Inca terraces and the “fountain of life” in Yumani. Return to Copacabana and finally continue to the city of La Paz.
- Private transportation
- Lodging in Copacabana
- Other material for personal use.