Copacabana Bolivia (not to be confused with Copacabana Brazil) in the main Bolivian town on the shores of Lake Titicaca – the largest high altitude lake in the world. (I think high altitude means about 2500m). The high altitude has a very pleasing affect and ensures that the water of the lake is a vibrant bright blue every day. It is absolutely beautiful.
These were our 5 favourite things about visiting Copacabana. You will be pleased to hear that there are no real buildings of note in Copacabana (except an exquisite cathedral) so architecture is not going to appear on this list
1. Arriving at Copacabana by bus
In a rare moment of laziness we decided not to trek out of town to the local bus station and rather paid a more extravagant price of about of 40 Bolivianos each (£4) for a ‘tourist bus’ which picked us up from…
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