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This place has the feel of deep time. Our guide explained many of the functions of the various features of this temple as well as legends of surrounding landforms. This is an important site to take in when learning about the history of the area.
This is not an island you go to spend a full day unless you intend to hike all around it. But it is a stop to or from the Island of the Sun worth doing it if only to imagine for half an hour how...More
This was a quick stop. The boat brought us to a small building where we could pay our entrance fee (it is a very small fee). There is a super short ‘hike’ to get up to the ruins. Again, not a ton to see, but...More
Only nice about that island is, that you can see isla del sol from a different view.
For the rest. There are probably 2-3 families living, guarding an old temple. To enter the island it's 10bs, you can have a. Ice walk around, but I...More
We bought the boat Ticket in copacabana included 1 hour stop on isla del la Luna. Its a really small Island. You have to pay 10 bolivanos to the local People as an entry fee. You will find the artifakte of the old inka Temple...More
We visited both Isla de la Luna and Isla del Sol.
Beside this one ruin, there is not a lot to see on Isla de la Luna, but anyway, you have to pay 10 Bolivianos for nothing (not even the toilette was included). Save the...More
Getting there is part of the fun. Once you get there, there is a steep staircase to get to see the ruins of the Temple of the Virgins of a Sun. We had a guide to explain the Temple, which was useful. There are a...More
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in... More
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in sacrifice to the gods, the unluckiest ones. Greetings!