At first sight, there's not much to recommend Pampa Koani, a cold, bleak, windswept valley near Lake Titicaca's southeastern edge. But a few kilometres west was the centre of one of South America's greatest and longest-surviving civilizations, Tiahuanaco or Tiwanaku (the preferred local name). This, Bolivia's best known archaeological site, is a 'must see' excursion.

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