In the southeast of Peru, and shared with neighbouring Bolivia,
Lake Titicaca sits at 11,000ft, its altitude meaning that the air
is unusually clear and the azure waters particularly striking. It
is well worth spending a couple of days' enjoying the scenery and
experiencing the rural tribal communities living at the lake. This
is the highest navigable lake in the world, and at over 120 miles
long, also the largest lake in South America.