Rooted in fascinating Inca tradition, this immense lake was once revered as a powerful female deity that controlled climate and rainfall. While Peru’s side of Titicaca is famous for its floating Uros community, the Bolivian side is not short of its attractions either. Bolivia is often considered the less-trodden path, and it’s easy to see why the ancient Inca people believed the lake was crafted by the gods themselves.
This is the dry season, so you should expect plenty of clear blue skies as you explore Lake Titicaca. The high altitude create a drop in temperature, but it can be particularly cold during this time of year. Almost as essential as warm clothing is high factor sun cream, as there is very little cloud cover during this time of year.