Located on the border between Peru and Bolivia, the Titicaca is not only the largest lake in South America but also one of the highest navigable lakes in the world. With its pristine blue waters, picturesque islands, and a rich cultural tapestry that dates back centuries, Lake Titicaca offers a captivating landscape to explore and capture.
Starting from the city of Puno, my journey led me to the extraordinary Uros Islands, where the indigenous Uru people have crafted floating islands from the lake’s totora reeds for generations. These unique and sustainable islands serve as a testament to the harmonious relationship between humanity and nature.
Continuing my exploration, I ventured to the captivating Taquile Island, a place steeped in indigenous traditions and adorned with terraced fields and breathtaking vistas.