The birthplace of the sun
Lake Titicaca is in Andeans belief the sun's birthplace and the cradle of Peru’s ancient civilizations. In the ’90s, the several indigenous communities living on the islands decided to open their world to the tourists so they could get a peek into their lives and cultures. Making Titicaca lakes a fascinating place for community-based tourism.
In addition to satisfying your thirst of culture, the lake will delight those on a quest for stunning landscapes to photograph. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and yellow grass reeds, the deep blue of the water seems to blend with the vast sky and gives you the sensation of being on top of the world.