Lake Titicaca shoreline on Isla Del Sol
Lake Titicaca shoreline on Isla Del Sol

Isla Del Sol, Bolivia | Stock Image Gallery 1

Isla del Sol, or Island of the Sun, is an island in the southern reaches of Lake Titicaca, South America’s largest lake. The Inca believed that the sun was created here.

Home to about 800 families who subsist primarily from farming, fishing and tourism revenue, the rocky and hilly island has no motor vehicles or paved roads. Part of present-day Bolivia, the island is a popular day or overnight destination from nearby Copacabana, Bolivia.

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For the record, the lead photo serves as today’s Pic du Jour, the 170th (!) straight.

 

 

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