Titicaca Lake is the world’s highest navigable body of water and birthplace to the Inca civilization. Centuries ago, the indigenous tribe of Uros escaped the mainland into the lake, building floating islands out of reeds. A sunset in this place is magical, sacred, almost a religious moment, thanks to the highly reflective waters of Titicaca.
|Photo Location:||Puno, Peru|
|Copyright:||© Enrico Pescantini|