What are the waterways of Bolivia?

Bolivia's main waterways consist exclusively of rivers, lakes and lagoons as the country is landlocked and has no seaport. Lake Titicaca in the western Andes region is the highest navigable lake in the world. To the North and East several major Amazon tributaries are used. In Southeast Bolivia's Pantanal region, there are several small ports along the Paraguay River and its tributaries.
Lake Titicaca, shared by Bolivia and Peru, is a major tourist destination. Here you can take a small outboard motorboat or larger tour boat to the Island of the Sun and the Island of the Moon. From Bolivia you can cross the entire lake to reach Peru by hydrofoil. Fishing boats are also abundant.