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Copacabana is the most popular stopping-off point for people travelling overland from Peru to Bolivia. After driving along the bottom of Lake Titicaca — the world's highest navigable lake — you cross the border between the two countries, and Copacabana is the first place you see. Is it worth a stop? I'll tell you why I think so. It was warm and dusty as we hopped off the coach in Copacabana, deposited on a nondescript corner of a small Bolivian town.
UYUNI SALT FLATS
Bolivia as we admire the sweeping views of the world's largest salt flats: Uyuni Salt Flats and explore the dramatic southwest full of striking landscapes of snow-caped volcanoes and native wildlife. Along the way, explore Incahuasi Islandwith its giant cacti, Red Lagoon with its thousands of pink flamingos, Green Lagoon at the base of Licancabur Volcano, soak up the soothing powers of natural hot springs and other inspiring and unique sights await.
SAN PEDRO OF ATACAMA
From the moment you land in Calama, through your drive to the oasis town of San Pedro de Atacama, you know that you’re in for something special. This is the desert like you've never seen it before, and there’s a world of landscape to check out, history to learn about, walks to go on and wildlife to see. Pack your sunscreen and sunglasses for trip to San Pedro de Atacama.