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Anapia Island, also known as the “Island of the Vicuñas”, is one of the most important islands in Lake Titicaca. Here you can do adventure tourism, one of the best attractions of this place.

Anapia is still one of the few islands that still preserves its traditions and customs, despite the existence of several constructions, governmental and administrative buildings; the inhabitants apply all these ancestral teachings in their daily lives.

If you want to visit and do experiential tourism, then don't hesitate and head to this beautiful destination, you will learn how they live, their lifestyle, language, tradition and more.

What to see in Anapia Island?

If you like to do experiential tourism and learn more about their customs, then this place is ideal for you to visit. There you will have many things to see and learn at the same time, for example:

By doing experiential tourism, you will be able to share moments with the families of the community, practice their customs in such a way that you become part of them. You can also tour the surroundings of Anapia Island, sailing on the blue waters of Lake Titicaca in the typical boats that are made of totora reeds.

If you want to spend the night there, you can do it, and at the same time you can enjoy the spectacular sunset and sunrise of the place.

Where Anapia Island is located

Anapia integrates the Peruvian island of Lake Titicaca, is south of the small lake Wiñaymarca. The island is part of the district of Anapia, province of Yunguyo in the department of Puno.

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