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Desaguadero Manta

$175.00 WAS $220.00
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Destination: La Paz, Bolivia

Its wave motif inspired us to name this spiffy manta after the very important Desaguadero River. Stretching some 199 miles through Bolivia and Peru, the Desaguadero drains an estimated 5% of Lake Titicaca’s excess water, carrying it south to Lakes Uru Uru and Poopó. The river is only navigable by small boats, and has traditionally supported indigenous groups like the Uru, a pre-Incan people who’ve historically lived on man-made islands in Lake Titicaca.


When it comes to resourceful DIY, the Uros are pretty much the uncontested Bolivian champions. For centuries they’ve been building islands out of dried totora reeds, which house anywhere from two to ten families. I... Read More

Details and Dimensions

Vintage, small barely noticeable hole
4 x 3.75 ft

$175.00 WAS $220.00
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