Lake Titicaca, Peru Lake Titicaca is traditionally a sacred place in Incan history. It is a beautiful lake at an elevation of 3800 meters high. It's close to other attractions, such as Macchu Picchu and the town of Cusco. Lake Titicaca is a good place to camp and backpack, and is a natural border between Peru and Bolivia. The average depth of the lake is about 350, which is really deep, and is 118 miles long, and 50 miles wide.
Lake Titicaca - 5 of the Best Things to Do On the Bolivian Side
Travel Inspiration for Peru - The Uros, are a pre-Incan people who live on forty-two self-fashioned floating islands in Lake Titicaca, (nearby the city of Puno), Peru, and Bolivia. Uros Islands, Lake Titicaca.
The unique Uros Islands in Lake Titicaca are the manmade home of dozens of people. A visit here offers an interesting glimpse into an unusual culture in the middle of the world's highest navigable lake.