Puno and Lake Titicaca Tours

Travel to Puno and Uros islands

PUNO FULL DAY CITY TOUR EN PUNO

Description

In our City Tour of Puno, you’ll be able to see the colonial buildings with Spanish influences on the Plaza de Armas, main square, and a great view of the highest navigable lake in the World, Titicaca Lake.

DAY 01 .- Puno City Tour

Our Puno city tour starts in the historical center of the city of Puno, on the main square surrounded by beautiful colonial constructions. From here, we’ll visit the Cathedral which is a treasure in itself from the colonial era. We then go to visit the Count Lemo’s house one of the architectural monuments of the city.

The Arch of Deustua is a beautiful construction made by Spanish architects and the Corregidor House is also an interesting building within the city. The Huajsapata Hill is an amazing look out post. From here we will be able to enjoy wonderful views of the city and of the highest navigable lake of the world, the Titicaca Lake.

Our services end by leaving you at your hotel.

Puno

Included

  • Private Transportation
  • Tourist Ticket fee to visit historic sites
  • Bilingual guide

Not Included

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Extras
  • Tips
  • Taxes
  • Additional tours
  • Insurance
  • Air tickets

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PUNO 2D/1N

Description

Our programs in Puno are specially designed to give you the chance to discover the beautiful Lake Titicaca which is one of Puno´s main tourist attractions. The lake is also famous for its artificial floating islands made of reeds, and the inhabitants who still practice pre-Inca and Inca traditions.

The people in Puno perform different ethnical dances during their yearly festivals with traditionally dressed dancers. According to legend, the Inca civilization started with the first Inca coming out of the lake. The lake and its islands are holy places for the local Aymara people. Our different Puno programs help you connect with the past of Peru!

DAY 01

Our Puno city tour starts in the historical center of the city of Puno. We’ll visit the main square surrounded by beautiful colonial constructions. We’ll visit the Cathedral which is a treasure left over from the colonial era. We’ll then go to the Count Lemos House which is also one of the architectural monuments of the city.

The Arch of Deustua is a beautiful construction made by Spanish architects and the house of Corregidor is one of the other well-known buildings of the city. The Huajsapata Hill is a great view of the city and of the highest navigable lake of the world, Titicaca Lake.

Plaza Puno

DAY 02 .- Puno – The Uros Floating Islands – The Island of Taquile – Puno

Our tour starts with us picking you up from your hotel and taking a motorboat to visit the famous Uros Floating Islands, northwest of Puno on Lake Titicaca. The Uros Islands are a group of 40 floating islands which provide a glimpse of one of the region’s oldest cultures. The islands are man-made, woven from Totora reeds and the dense roots that these plants develop support the island. The islanders live in huts made from the same materials and travel from island to island in boats also made from the reeds. The local inhabitants make their living by fishing and trapping birds. They also make weavings, collages and musical instruments to sell to the visiting tourists. We’ll have lunch at one of the Islands.

After lunch we’ll travel to the island of Taquile. The island is located 35km west of Puno and surrounded by the vast ocean-like waters of Lake Titicaca. Taquile is inhabited by proud, Quechua-speaking natives who still wear traditional clothes and have successfully maintained the lifestyle of their ancestors. There is a very strong sense of community on the island.

Here we’ll have dinner and spend a night at a local family’s house.

Uros

Included List

  • Private Transportation
  • Tourist Ticket fee to visit historic sites
  • Bilingual guide

Not Included List

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Extras
  • Tips
  • Taxes
  • Additional tours
  • Insurance
  • Air tickets

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PUNO 3D/2N

Description

This is our 3-day program visiting Puno. We’ll visit the colonial parts of Puno in the center of the city as well as the famous Lake Titicaca with its Floating Islands of Uros. Afterwards, we’ll also visit Taquille Island where the local people still live like their generations past and still speak Quechua.

DAY 01 .- Puno City Tour

Our Puno city tour starts in the historical center of the city of Puno. We’ll visit the main square surrounded by beautiful colonial constructions. We’ll visit the Cathedral which is a treasure left over from the colonial era. We’ll then go to the Count Lemos House which is also one of the architectural monuments of the city.

The Arch of Deustua is a beautiful construction made by Spanish architects and the house of Corregidor is one of the other well-known buildings of the city. The Huajsapata Hill is a great view of the city and of the highest navigable lake of the world, Titicaca Lake.

Puno

DAY 02 .- Puno – The Uros Floating Islands – The Island of Taquile – Puno

Today, we’ll start our tour by picking you up from your hotel and taking a motorboat to the famous Uros Floating Islands, northwest of Puno on Lake Titicaca. The Uros Islands are a group of 40 floating islands which provide a glimpse of one of the region’s oldest cultures. The islands are man-made, woven from Totora reeds and the dense roots that these plants develop support the island. The islanders live in huts made from the same materials and travel from island to island in boats also made from the reeds. The local inhabitants make their living by fishing and trapping birds. They also make weavings, collages and musical instruments to sell to the visiting tourists. We’ll have lunch at one of the Islands.

We’ll then travel on to the island of Taquile. The island is located 35km west of Puno and surrounded by Lake Titicaca. Taquile is inhabited by proud, Quechua-speaking natives who still wear traditional clothing and have successfully maintained the lifestyle of their ancestors.

We’ll have dinner and spend a night at a local family’s house.

Uros

DAY 03 .- Taquile Island – Puno – Sillustani

Today we’ll wake up to a fantastic sunrise on the island and after a delicious breakfast we’ll return to Puno. We will have lunch at a restaurant.

In the afternoon we will go on a guided tour of Sillustani. Sillustani is an ancient burial ground near Lake Titicaca at approximately 30km from the city of Puno by bus. It is situated 13,500 ft. above sea level and is one of the many sites in the Puno area that hold mysterious burial towers, called chullpas. Sillustani is perhaps the most impressive and is built on the beautiful peninsula of Lake Umayo. Sillustani comprises of 28 stone burial towers representing a city of dead dating from the 14th and 15th centuries.

The tombs are built above the ground and demonstrate a lot of symbolism. The inside of the tombs are shaped like a woman’s uterus. The ancestors who built them believed in Mother Earth creating and regulating life and when a person died, they were mummified in the fetal position, leaving the world as they had entered. The doors of the tombs face east, because it is believed that that is where the sun is born from Mother Earth each day. On the way back to Puno, we’ll visit the house of a traditional Family.

We’ll have dinner at a restaurant and overnight at a hotel.

Sillustany

Included List

  • Private Transportation.
  • Tourist Ticket fee to visit historic sites.
  • Bilingual guide.

Not Included List

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Extras
  • Tips
  • Taxes
  • Additional tours
  • Insurance
  • Air tickets

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PUNO 4D/3N

Description

DAY 01 .- We’ll start our first day of this tour with the Puno City Tour.

The city tour starts in the historical center of the city of Puno. We’ll visit the main square surrounded by beautiful colonial constructions. We’ll visit the Cathedral which is a treasure left over from the colonial era. We’ll then go to the Count Lemos House which is also one of the architectural monuments of the city.

The Arch of Deustua is a beautiful construction made by Spanish architects and the house of Corregidor is one of the other well-known buildings of the city. The Huajsapata Hill is a great view of the city and of the highest navigable lake of the world, Titicaca Lake.

Puno

DAY 02 .- Puno – The Uros Floating Islands – The Island of Taquile – Puno

We’ll start today’s tour by picking you up from your hotel. We’ll then take a motorboat to visit the famous Uros Floating Islands, northwest of Puno on Lake Titicaca. The Uros Islands are a group of 40 floating islands which provide a glimpse of one of the regions oldest cultures. The islands are man-made, woven from Totora reeds and the dense roots that these plants develop support the island.

The islanders live in huts made from the same materials and travel from island to island in boats also made from the reeds. The local inhabitants make their living by fishing and trapping birds. They also make weavings, collages and musical instruments to sell to the visiting tourists. We’ll have lunch at one of the Islands.

We’ll then travel on to the island of Taquile. The island is located 35km west of Puno on Lake Titicaca. Taquile is inhabited by proud, Quechua-speaking natives who still wear traditional clothing and have successfully maintained the lifestyle of their ancestors. There is a very strong sense of community on the island.

We’ll have dinner and spend a night at a local family’s house.

Uros

DAY 03 .- Taquile Island – Puno – Sillustani

On our third day of our tour, we’ll wake up to a spectacular sunrise with a view from the island. After a delicious breakfast we’ll return to Puno. We will have lunch at a restaurant.

In the afternoon we will go on a guided tour of Sillustani. Sillustani is an ancient burial ground near Lake Titicaca at approximately 30km from the city of Puno by bus. It is situated 13,500 ft. above sea level and is one of the many sites in the Puno area that hold mysterious burial towers, called chullpas. Sillustani is built on the beautiful peninsula of Lake Umayo.

Sillustani comprises of 28 stone burial towers representing a city of dead dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. The tombs are built above the ground and the inside of the tombs are shaped like a woman’s uterus. The ancestors who built them believed in Mother Earth creating and regulating life. When a person died, they were mummified in the fetal position, leaving the world as they had entered. The doors of the tombs face east, because it is believed that that is where the sun is born from Mother Earth each day. On the way back to Puno city, we visit the house of a traditional Family.

We’ll have dinner at a restaurant and overnight at a hotel.

Sillustany

DAY 04: DAY OUT

We’ll take you from the hotel toward the Juliaca airport or bus terminal according to your bus or flight schedule. End of services.

Included

  • Private Transportation
  • Tourist Ticket fee to visit historic sites
  • Bilingual guide

Not Included

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Extras
  • Tips
  • Taxes
  • Additional tours
  • Insurance
  • Air tickets

Contact for join