On the south-eastern shore of Lake Titicaca, this secluded lodge with two private beaches sits on a picturesque peninsula otherwise inhabited only by the local Aymara community. Each of its 18 open-plan rooms face the vast sparkling water, with wrap-around terraces and overwater decks. Their design is contemporary, but with a regional touch - local textiles provide colourful accents on a calming neutral canvas, alongside heated floors, blackout curtains and oxygen on request. Lake Titicaca crosses the Peruvian border into Bolivia, and here days can be spent heading out from the lodge's boathouse in kayaks and canoes, on paddleboards or sunfish sailboats; exploring its reeds and eco-system; or learning something of the local culture on tiny islands. Later, there are boardwalks, a cellar packed with regional wines, a massage room and lounges with views of bright blue waters and skies to discover.
Dining comes courtesy of a chef and butlers who take pride in serving Andean fusion from local produce (including plenty of lake trout), while a sundowner on the hotel's terrace is quite unforgettable.
On site restaurant
Bar with well stocked regional wine cellar
Fully equipped media and reading room with satellite TV, books, games and DVD´s
Small jetty with overwater deck and boardwalks
Four acres of grounds with two private beaches
Things to do
Visit the Uros Floating Islands
Colla Route Trek
Colonial Temples Visit
Rafting through the reeds
Explore the lake by kayak, Canadian canoes, paddle boards or sunfish sailboats
Cycling through Plateria
Visit the Incan ruins of Sillustani and the colonial-period architecture of Lampa
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.