Copacabana is a touristic town near the Bolivian border with Peru. The city’s main attraction to foreigners is its access to Lake Titicaca and, while it can’t hold a candle to its better-known counterpart in Rio de Janeiro, it is a perfect jumping off point to visit Isla de la Luna and Isla del Sol. The town’s main hill (Cerro Calvario) is lined with small monuments representing the 14 Stations of the Cross. Pilgrims and locals visit the place for prayer and penance and many tourists climb the hill for its fine views over Lake Titicaca and the city. Jacky's shop is one third up and a great stop to replenish your water supply – Copacabana, Bolivia.
Taquile is a small island on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca. For the roughly 2,000 residents, spinning yarn and weaving intricate patterns thousands of years old are as important to everyday life as farming and cooking. When Taquileños began encouraging visitors in the 1970's, after centuries of relative isolation, they created a model for community-based cultural tourism. Every islander shares responsibilities and rewards - Taquille, Peru
The floating islands of Lake Titicaca are a group of 70 man-made reed islands floating on Lake Titicaca. They are home to several hundred people who are descendent from the Uro Indians The Uros people have been living on the lake for hundreds of years—they were forced to take up residence on the floating islands when the Incas expanded onto their land. They make their living from fishing and from selling their reed handicrafts to tourists - Floating Islands, Peru.
The salt pans of Maras have been used for the past centuries to mine salt in the Sacred Valley - Salineras de Maras, Peru.
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