On the Bolivia side of Lake Titicaca, hostels and hotels for any wallet arenâ€™t hard to find. Prices are generally lower in Bolivia than in Peru, and the widest selection of accommodations is in Copacabana, a lakeside pueblo not far from La Paz. Although there are plenty of decked-out luxury hotels with great views of Lake Titicaca, hostels also give budget travelers a clean, cozy place to stay near the lake.
Isla del Sol has a few eco-lodges, including the popular Ecolodge La Estancia. There are a few hotels and hostels in Yumani, a small town on the southern end of Isla del Sol â€” just make sure wherever you stay on the island has enough hot water for all its guests.
For the most part the other islands donâ€™t have any accommodations aside from private residences, but it is possible to arrange a home stay with a local family for a night or two. These are best arranged through tour operators who can guarantee the safety and quality of such arrangements. Lake Titicaca camping is another options for adventurous travelers. On smaller islands in Lake Titicaca, camping is easy: just pitch a tent, but always be aware you should respect private property.
Whether you stay in a five-star hotel in Copacabana or a five-person tent on Isla de la Luna, make sure you have plenty of warm blankets. The mountain air can get quite chilly at night.