Lake Titicaca - Copacabana and Puno

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May 22nd 2009
Published: November 19th 2019
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Copacabana, Isle del sol,
Copacabana is a small (and very touristy) town on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca. We found a nice hostel and stayed for 3 nights. The main reason for going there is to take a day trip to the Isla del Sol, which is alledgeally where the Inca sun god came from. We visited a tiny museum, and then the sacred Puma rock, with a sacricial altar next to it. We decided to do the 3 hour walk from the north to the south of the island. Unfortunatley the whole thing was tainted by lots of the locals charging us a ‘tax’ to walk past. We had paid to get onto the island, and it was a

Puno, floating islands


Inca Trail.

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