Sail close to the clouds on Lake Titicaca and meet the descendants of ancient civilisations that inhabit its islands. Feel the spongy reeds of the 'floating' Uros islands beneath your feet, learn about unique local cultures and customs at a homestay, and relish the vistas over seemingly infinite waters from the brilliant Taquile Island. This is the world’s highest navigable lake, sitting at a soaring 3,812 m above sea level. On this unique and inspiring trip, encounter the fascinating people and beautiful locations that characterise this evocative place.


Explore the islands of South America's largest freshwater lake with local guide

Discover the ingenious floating islands that were hand-built by the indigenous Uru locals of Lake Titicaca

Spend the night with a local family on an island homestay – an incredible way to get to know a people and their culture

Experience the traditional culture of the Taquilenos and browse their beautiful handwoven apparel

Spot the exotic wildlife that flourishes in this lush region, keeping your eyes peeled for the Titicaca water frog