Famous for being the highest navigable lake in the world, this special place’s true value lies in its abundant high-Andean biodiversity and incomparable landscapes. It has an average altitude of 3812 meters and is located in the Collao plateau in the Central Andes between the territories of Peru and Bolivia. It is home to several islands, Taquile, Suasi, Amantani; as well as the floating islands of the Uros near Puno. According to Inca legend, the couple that would found the Inca Empire, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, emerged from the waters of this lake.
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