Isla Suasi is just 106 acres (43 hectares) - a mere speck in the midst of Lake Titicaca. It's a serene, remote place with no automobiles, no electricity, no television - and no permanent human inhabitants or buildings of any kind except for the Isla Suasi Private Collection Lodge. The main residents, in fact, are camelids: just 8 alpacas and 7 wild vicunas! While guests can see forever across Lake Titicaca, they can also hike from one edge of the island to the other in just a half-hour. Although other islands in Lake Titicaca are inhabited, Isla Suasi is the only private island in the lake.