Boliviaâ€™s Lake Titicaca is not only the cradle of Andean civilization, but also is the legendary birthplace of the sun and moon, of man and woman. Its sapphire waters edged by the snowy Cordillera Real mountain range and ancient temples provide the setting for an adventure some might qualify as spiritual. Many travelers journey to Copacabana for its fantastic festivals and spectacular sunsets, and to use it as a base for visiting the cradle of the gods and humans: Isla del Sol and Isla de la Luna. Bolivian Lago Titicaca, though, offers other islands, like the Islas HuyÃ±aymarka, where foreigners may learn about the millennia-old traditions of the indigenous families, and small fishing villages strung along the shoreline. For further information about the Bolivia side of Lago Titicaca, see V!VA Travel Guides Bolivia.