Lake Titicaca, Peru and Bolivia

Lake Titicaca sits on the border of Peru and Bolivia, it is otherwise referred to as the highest navigable point in the world at 3811 meters. It is mainly known by its constructed and in habitable artificial floating islands that lay residence to the Uros people. Lake Titicaca is also known as the largest lake in South America, however, Lake Maraicabo (Located in Venezuela) has the larger surface area, but as it is a tidal bay and not a lake, it is not in the category of lakes.

 

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