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Get back to nature at the Ecolodge, a sustainable campground near Lake Titicaca. The lodge was built to respect this beautiful part of Bolivia, with solar power heating the water and cabins, which were constructed from natural materials.
If you've always thought camping was about roughing it, the cabins in this eco-lodge may change your mind. They're bright and airy, with comfortable beds and real charm. Staying here should be about reconnecting with the earth, but there is WiFi if you need it.
Ecolodge Copacabana is less than two miles from downtown Copacabana and a leisurely 10-minute walk from the beach.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcolodge Copacabana
Not cheap but delivers with lovely snug en suite rooms, great location, excellent wi-fi and safe parking.
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... the walls, these are chapped like an eardrum and serve two purposes, if you put your ear close to the hole you can hear people talking on the other side of the square. They were also used as a warning system, you talk into the hole with a normal voice and you are heard very far away. We were told this is evidence that they invented the cell phone. There is an impressive drainage system all around the site, this leads us to believe the area was rich in water which eventually dried ...
... just keeping myself out of the way of all the men. I felt pretty alone but relieved when Albaro walked through the door. All the men decided that the body had to be moved down to base camp. I couldn't understand why they would choose to do this treacherous descent in the dark and it wasn't until later that I realised that it was because some of the guides thought that the body was still alive. If I'd known this I'd have stepped in and officially pronounced him dead. ...
... you cash THEN card OR just don't do take money out after having one too many beverages during the Champions League Final!!!
We ended up booking Death Road for the next day and going to the local zoo that day instead. It was super cute and a really nice day out what made it even better is the zoo entry was 5 Bolivianos per person to enter, that my friends in the equivalent to US75c. CRAZY right?
We got to see some condors (second largest flying bird in the ...
... boys parents but met a 14 year old (this is weird but needed a bed to rest before my heart exploded)
- There was no breakfast
- Had an 'upset ...
Today most of the group headed off to cycle death road so Ali, Louise and I went to do the free city walking tour. It was so great and told us loads of bizarre amazing stories about Bolivia, la Paz and the Cholitas (local women). It started outside the prison where we learnt about how the prisoners owned most of the prison as they'd bought land around the prison so as it expanded they owned the cells and rented them to other ...