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Isla de la Luna is a tiny, uninhabited island in Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. Known for its mythological significance to the Incas.

Get in[edit]

Fees and permits[edit]

There is a fee of Bs. 10 for entering the village and seeing the Temple of Fertility. However, strolling along the beach is for free.

Get around[edit]

Walking is the only form of transport.


  • The ruins of the Temple of the Virgins of a Sun, resembling an amphitheater.




  • There is a small snack bar and women selling various things at the pier.



Camping should be possible.

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