We had about an hour to hike up to the top, check out the views and the ruins on Isla De La Luna before boarding the boat again for Isla Del Sol. There was a small entrance fee that was collected on the steps going up and then we were on our own to explore.
The tour company we booked with was Andes Amazonia in Copacabana for 30bob per person. The driver got us there safely in rough water (no life jackets on the boat) and many waves on Lake Titicaca that morning. However, the guide stayed on Isla del Sol and for an extra cost he took people around that island and not on Isla de la Luna.
The short time we had was just enough to quickly see the sights. If you have any mobility issues, getting in and out of the boat was not easy in those waves and uneven dock. The climb up on the island over rocks and steep pathway along with the high altitude was a bit challenging.
There is a small restaurant and washrooms (Bolivian cash required) on this island. Also, a few local women were selling crafts and sandwiches.
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