Lake Titicaca, Uros, Taquile, Amantani
The lake titicaca Puno is the highest navigable lake in the world with, 170 kilometers long, and 65 wide. The lake titicaca Puno, located between the borders of Bolivia and Peru, the lake titicaca is dotted with dozens of islands, each with characteristics and peculiarities.
The floating islands of the Uros, whose inhabitants descend from the ancient tribes that are known in America, are characterized by typical huts made from reeds. The people of Taquile Island, still use traditional weaving techniques that tourists can learn if they decide to spend the night there and accept the customary hospitality of its inhabitants.