Canoeing Lake Titicaca

Try something altogether new and exciting by rowing Polynesian canoes across Lake Titicaca. Known as the world’s highest navigable lake. At a height of 3,812 meters above sea level Titicaca covers a surface area of 8,500sq km. This is a one-off adventure. Don the gear provided, hop aboard our canoes and make for the floating islands of Uros. Photograph these extraordinary landscapes where a cobalt sky merges with sapphire waters. A backdrop of snow-capped peaks stand guard over these tranquil scenes. Stop to admire uninhabited beaches and resident wildlife. Enjoy peaceful views by taking routes that avoid local boats. Row along canals flanked by totora reeds to moor up at one of the Uros Islands. Contact us for more information on Peru Tours.

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