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TITICACA, ISLAND OF UROS, AMANTANY, TAQUILE, SILLUSTANI COPACABANA (BOLIVIA)
Travel to Lake TiticacaAt a dramatically high altitude of 12,397 feet (3,809 meters), Puno is known mostly for being the gateway to the highest navigable lake in the world, the gorgeous Lake Titicaca and its incredible floating islands.
Ancient legend has it that from these shimmering blue depths emerged the first children of the Sun: Manco Capac, and his wife, Mama Ocllo, founders of the mighty Tihuantinsuyo Empire. Incas also held the lake in esteem as Incan legend says that the first Incas came from the lake.
Once known as the “City of Silver” – a reference to the city’s silver mining past – the high Andean town of Puno has a dense and varied history, made richer by the many waves of conquering cultures that swept through the region. Nowadays it is proudly referred to as the folkloric capital of Peru due to its rich artistic culture and more than 300 ethnic dances.
Today, the descendants of these mythical figures still live off the land and fish for abundant freshwater trout. The Aymara culture is the most dominant in the region both in terms of ancestry and indigenous language, and the culture spans the entire altiplano (high plateau), which includes Bolivia and southeastern Peru. Having inherited their forefathers’ mastery of architecture, stonework, ceramics, and textiles, there is no shortage of local treasures for a culture-loving traveler to discover. Interestingly - and unlike the rest of the Andean region - it is the men and boys who weave the fabulous textiles on the wonderful Taquile Island, one of the many islands of Lake Titicaca. A tour of Lake Titicaca gives travelers unique insight into the lives of these fascinating communities. Lake Titicaca