Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable body of water, straddles the border between Peru and Bolivia. It is possible to visit and tour the lake from both Peru and Bolivia and both sides attract thousands of visitors each month.
Rumbo Explora offer an overnight cruise to visit the Sun and Moon islands on Lake Titicaca via Copacabana, Bolivia. This excursion sets off from Puno, Peru and visitors travel to Copacabana by minibus. Collection from the hotel in Puno is some time between 5:45 and 6:00 am and the drive to Copacabana takes around 3 hours.
Crossing from Peru to Bolivia at this point is fairly straightforward, although passengers will be required to disembark the bus and cross the border on foot. Passengers will check in at immigration and have their passports stamped, while porters carry the luggage across the border on rickshaws.