After a long and exhausting bus trip, we reached the city of Puno on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca and, after having walked across the border between Peru and Bolivia, we reached Copacabana. From here, at 3800 meters above sea level, despite the tiredness and malaise due to the altitude, we decided to arrive at the famous Isla del Sol, the main island in Lake Titicaca, sacred to the ancient Inca. Here the landscape is really incredible too. Despite the height, the flora around us recalls our coastal areas, with the difference that the background of the lake stand the majestic and incredible peaks of the Cordillera Real Boliviana which exceed abundantly 6000 meters high. The view from one of the highest “hills” of Isla del Sol, at about 4000 meters above sea level, is really incredible at sunset and when everything catches fire, the spectacle is truly priceless.