Living Afloat On Man-Made Islands
Peru's Lake Titicaca is home to over 70 man-made islands, all built using dried reeds and natural resources.
Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca is a lake located on the border of Bolivia and Peru. It sits 3812 m (12507 ft) above sea level making it the highest commercially navigable l...
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Lake Titicaca - Video
Lake Titicaca is the highest commercially navigable lake in the world [1], at 3812 m (12507 feet) above sea level. Located in the Altiplano high in the And...
Taraco is a peninsula jutting into Lake Wiñaymarka, the southern branch of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. It is located in the La Paz Department, Ingavi Province, Tiwanaku Municipality, Taraco Canton. Ther...
Taraco - Wikipedia
Strait of Tiquina
The Strait of Tiquina is the passage that connects the larger and smaller parts of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. This is a land isthmus.
The strait is 850 metres (2,790 ft) across at its narrowe...
Strait of Tiquina - Wikipedia
Wiñaymarka Lake
Wiñaymarka Lake (also: Huiñaymarca) is the southern branch of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia and Peru.
68°50′00″W / 16.3333°S 68.8333°W / -16.3333; -68.8333
Wiñaymarka Lake - Wikipedia
Suches Lake
Laguna Suches or Lago Suches is a lake in the La Paz Department of Bolivia and Puno Region, Peru. Located at an elevation of 4605 m, its surface area is 14.2 km².
Totora (plant)
Totora (Schoenoplectus californicus ssp. tatora) is a subspecies of the giant bulrush sedge. It is found in South America - notably on Lake Titicaca, the middle coast of Perú and on Easter Island in t...
Titicaca National Reservation
The Titicaca National Reservation is located in the Puno Region, Peru, in the Puno and Huancané provinces. Its main purpose is to preserve the ecosystems and landscapes of the Titicaca lake and surrou...
Titicaca National Reservation - Wikipedia
Lake Titicaca
Titicaca (in the hispanicized spelling) or Titiqaqa (Quechua) is a lake in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia. By volume of water, it is the largest lake in South America. Lake Maracaibo has ...
Lake Titicaca - Wikipedia
The Chiripa culture existed between the Initial Period/Early Horizon, from 1400 B.C to 850 B.C. along the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. The word chiripa in Spanish means "fluke".
Chiripa - Wikipedia
Schoenoplectus californicus
Schoeneoplectus californicus is a species of sedge known by the common names California bulrush and giant bulrush. It is also sometimes called "tule", but the closely related Schoenoplectus acutus is ...
Yampupata Peninsula
Yampupata is a Bolivian peninsula of Lake Titicaca situated in the north-western part of the Copacabana Peninsula in the La Paz Department, Manco Kapac Province, Copacabana Municipality, Zampaya Cant...
Yampupata Peninsula - Wikipedia
69°33′50.79″W / 10.9476778°S 69.5641083°W / -10.9476778; -69.5641083Bolpebra is a small Bolivian town on the border tripoint with Peru and Brazil, in the Pando Department on t...
Bolpebra - Wikipedia
Heath River
The Heath River, which runs from the Andes surrounding Lake Titicaca northwards to the Madre de Dios River, marks the natural border between Peru and Bolivia.The Eja Sonene indigenous community lives ...