Travel Blogs from Copacabana
Dry, sunny and warm with a beautiful clear light around Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world.
At 08.00, we left the hotel on cycle rickshaws arranged by the guide.
At the port, we went by motor launch for the short ride to the Islas Flotantes known as the Uros Isles. At the entrance to the Islas, the tourist boats are …
After my amazon trek I headed further north in Bolivia to Copacabana (the town) situated next to Lake Titicaca. I headed into things a bit too hard and headed straight to the port and bought a ticket across to Isla Del Sol (Island of the sun) which is an island in the south part of Lake Titicaca. I boarded my boat after a 3 course meal of soup, …
Auf dem Weg nach Copacabana hatten wir noch den Grenzübergang nach Bolivien vor uns.Nach circa 3 Stunden waren wir dort. Wir müssten in 3 verschiedene Ämter gehen und anschließend über die Grenze laufen. Dort durften wir uns schließlich wieder in den Bus setzen und nach weiteren 20 minuten waren wir endlich am Ziel. Es ist hier eine Stunde …
So although we are not resting our heads in the spot that truly lays claim to these lines, I can safely say that this version does the job for me. Stepping off the bus we were greeted with the sunny (!) shores of Lake Titicaca, where it felt as though all the ills of La Paz were cleansed instantaneously.
I am writing this having eaten freshly …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Great location overlooking Lake Titicaca. Rooms were OK. Breakfast below average.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.