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Lake Titicaca, Peru

Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world. Located between the borders of Bolivia and Peru, it's dotted with dozens of islands, each unique.  The most famous are probably the floating Uros Islands, whose inhabitants descend from the ancient tribes and live in huts made from reeds. Depending on where you stay, there are lots of opportunities for walking, kayaking and cycling around the lake - the perfect antidote to the hectic pace of modern life. For the more adventurous, it’s also a good route into Bolivia, so you could include Copacabana, Isla de Sol and even the spectacular Salar de Uyuni on your itinerary.

Lake Titicaca, Credit Shutterstock

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