This small but bustling town acts as the gateway to the Bolivian side of the Lake Titicaca and its islands. Its attractions are varied so make sure not to miss places such as - the impressive Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana which, on every Sunday of the week, draws people from far and wide to receive the priest's blessing of their newly purchased vehicles.
With a beautiful waterfront view as its highlight, Copacabana will allow you to enjoy beautiful moments such as walking along the lakefront on the quiet residential roads where you can find quiet spots that will truly allow you to intake the overall peacefulness that this town has to offer. Watch the birds over the water and during Summer time try to go for a swim as the water is perfect for this. You can also find vendors renting small boats and paddle-ships during summer to help you get around.
The beautiful Copacabana town is nestled between two hills on the southern shore of Lake Titicaca and is one of the main touristic destinations in Bolivia.
It is especially known for its famous Basilica (home of the Virgin of Copacabana), its trout, and its picturesque atmosphere.
Built between Mount Calvario and Mount Niño Calvario, the town has approximately 6,000 friendly inhabitants that will ensure your stay at Copacabana to be the most enjoyable!
You can also visit Isla del Sol, the sacred Inca island, as boats sail from Copacabana.
You can visit Copacabana all year round. Due to its high altitude, Copacabana is chilly throughout the course of the year, with daytime temperatures that hover around 15 °C (59 °F).
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