Lake Titicaca, located between Peru and Bolivia at an astonishing 3,812m, is the highest navigable lake in the world. You can see tranquil sapphire, golden islands and floating reed islands that are inhabited by Uros people from the Bolivian side. The high altitude means that temperatures can drop to minus 20 degrees Celsius at times. The best time to see the most stunning views on an escorted Bolivia tour
is between April and October, when it's dry and sunny.