LA PAZ AND TITICACA LAKE
TITICACA LAKE NICKNAMEBIRTHPLACE OF THE INCAS
# OF ISLANDS ON LAKEMORE THAN 40
HIGHEST GOLF COURSE IN WORLDLA PAZ GOLF CLUB
At over 3800 meters above sea level, Titicaca Lake is the highest in the world, which means not only do visitors experience what its crystal blue waters have to offer in terms of diving, swimming and boating, but the views from here are incredible. Both the wildlife and aquatic life in and around the lake are also something to behold.
La Paz, beyond being the gateway to the fabulous lake, is really all about the mountains. You feel as though you are sky high here. It is actually the highest capital city in the world. If you hop on Mi Teleferico, a one-of-a-kind cable car experience, you can take it all in.
  • VALLE DE LA LUNA

    Located about ten miles from the center of the city, this unique rock formation is actually the result of erosion. Once a mountain, it is now a series of tall clay and rock spires. The minerals inherent to the structures create a variety of different colors.

  • ILLIMANI

    The second highest peak in Bolivia, Illimani is a short drive from La Paz. Popular among avid climbers, it was first “conquered” in the late 1800s. Today, Illimani is often attempted by serious climbers, though there are a number of exciting tours that allow less-experienced guests to explore the base of the mountain.

  • ISLA DE LA LUNA

    Situated in Titicaca Lake, this island is known as something a haven of Incan ruins. Myths and legends surround the history of the island, and there can be seen the archeological remnants of the Temple of Virgins. There are at least two boat companies running daily excursions to the historic island.

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