Walking from North to South Isla Del Sol

If you are planning on visiting the incredible Lake Titikaka then I must insist you visit the beautiful Isla Del Sol. My recommendation would be to stay for 2 nights so that you can experience the beautiful trek from North to the South of the Island.

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You’ll be asked when purchasing tickets for the ferry whether you would like to visit North or South.

 

North is far more popular as there are more tourists and more access to beaches.

 

But the South is peaceful heavenly and perched on a cliff that overlooks the stunning Lake all around.

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2 days is plenty here and the walk can be done in one day. Approximately 1.5-2 hours each way so do leave in the morning and not at 3pm like we did…. You will have to walk home in the dark, and on rocky cliff faces – this isn’t cool.

I loved after 2 hours of walking to the north rubbing my feet in the massaging sands and refreshing waters of the beach.

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Walk the high road or cliff walk there over the island, and walk back via the coastal route. You see so much of the islands.

 

Disfuta las islas!!

 

About Emma Lovell

My name is Emma and I'm a busy gal. Owner and Director of Lovelly Communications, I specialise in marketing and social media promotions. I also run a business called Lovelly Pet Sitters, we care for pets as if they are our own. Somehow, I also find plenty of time to travel! Blessed to run businesses that give me the freedom to follow my true passion, travel! I'm happiest when I'm having new experiences. Whether it's a new cafe down the road, a bucket list item like Everest Base Camp or seeing friends in another city, I truly love travelling! So please join me in my many adventures across my many sites. And please do contact me for information on any of the above! View all posts by Emma Lovell

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