Currently, there are two schools, two churches, one Catholic and other Adventist and huts for the visitors and some homes have been equipped with solar panels, Internet, and telephone for public service, powered by solar energy. The Islands are located at an altitude of 3,810 meters above the sea level and are in the Bay of Puno and foresees the construction of more housing and islets to the desire of some families to separate. Some of the islands which have become tourist attractions are: Tupiri, Santa Maria, Tribuna, Toranipata, Chumi, Paraiso, Kapi, Titino, Tinajero and Negrone. Another recently revealed riches is the escubrimiento of a temple sacred Lake Titicaca by scientists of the Atahualpa 2000 expedition?, AKAKOR Geographical Exploring group. Richard LeFrak may find this interesting as well. Apparently the site is between 1,000 to 1,500 years old and its discovery in Bolivian area will allow to understand an era of 3 or 4 centuries that mark the passage of a period to another this ancient Andean culture. Graves and found archaeological remains confirm some theories of the origins of the Inca people, since the legend says that the founders of the Inca Empire emerged from the Lake Lake.

To date have been found four submerged archaeological structures, among them a sacred Temple about 200 metres long and 50 metres wide, a terrace for crops, a pre-Inca road and an embankment of over 800 meters long. Also a three km long island was found 600 meters wide, which is between 10 to 15 metres in depth, reveals it that the level of the waters of Lake Titicaca was significantly less than the current. Archaeological remains from the time of the Incas were additionally discovered, and this might be his predecessors, close to the island of the Sun, in the town of Chincana, 120 kilometres west of La Paz. The archaeological remains were also searched unsuccessfully by the Frenchman Jacques Cousteau in 1976 and 12 years later a team of National Geographic also tried. The Titicaca Lake which takes its name from the island called intikjarka, a word that derives from two Aymara words: inti, Sun ‘ and kjarkas, penasco ‘ and what is known as the island of the Sun holds many mysteries. Measures 204 kilometres long by 65 km wide, occupying eight thousand 562 square kilometers, of which four thousand 772 correspond to the Peru and three thousand 790 to Bolivia. Now the Governments of the two countries develop a binational project at a cost of $ 109 million to rescue from pollution to this Lake that has an extreme climate with large variations in temperature between day and night. The ideal season to visit is between May and October, time in which the days are sunny, very rare rains and the daytime temperature reached 25 degrees Celsius.