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Alternative view to chose in WS

From Copacabana, a beautiful sunset in the clear winter skies on the Highlands of Bolivia and your magnificient lake.

Titicaca lake
Although it is situated at a lofty 3,810 meters Lake Titicaca is no longer acknowledged as the world's highest navigable lake. This takes away nothing, however, from the vast body of water and the surrounding breath-taking scenery. Enormous Lake Titicaca stretches almost 10,000 square kilometers within a huge Andean crater on the frontier between Bolivia and Peru, and is a must-see when visiting either country. Lakeside fishing villages, quaint communities, the snow-peaked Cordillera Real and charming Copacabana are obvious highlights in this area of unrivaled natural beauty, a place where truely authentic experiences can be found.

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