Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, and arguably the most beautiful. Too bad typical tours taking in several islands are a total snoozefest. Solution: You can adrenaline pump your high-altitude exploring by traveling under the steam of your own paddle. Two-day kayaking tours take in almost 12.5 miles—nothing to sneer at when you’re at an altitude of 12,500 feet. And there's no napping here. Trips include hikes around the island upon arrival and an overnight home stay with a local family. (Prices start from $206 USD for a two-day trip, edgaradventrues.com)
If kayaking across the world’s highest navigable lake or climbing through rainforest canopy holds any appeal, this is the destination for you.
9. Kayak Through Lake Titicaca
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