Lake Titicaca, straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes Mountains, is one of South America’s largest lakes and the world’s highest navigable body of water. Said to be the birthplace of the Incas, it’s home to numerous ruins. Its waters are famously still and brightly reflective. Around it is Titicaca National Reserve, sheltering rare aquatic wildlife such as giant frogs.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Hotel Transfer|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
Our day tours are done privately and the cost is based on your group size.
NOTE: We sometimes offer to combine private tours (with your permission) into smaller groups with a discount. Let us know if you would be open to others joining you.
First Day Bus ride from Cusco-Puno (with stop) in a first class bus
RAQCHI(Temple of Wiracocha God)-To 121 Km of Cusco, it was an Inca church of monumental dimensions: 100 meters of length by 26 meters of wide and 14 meters of height; the temple is divided in two naves and each nave shows basics of 11 giant columns. The bases of the church are built perfectly carving stones continued with adobe. It is aprpreciated besides qolqas or granary places of military order, religious, Inca between others.
LA RAYA-Media point in the rout of Cusco – Puno. It is the highest part, it has 4335 meters above sea level, we can appreciate beautiful landscapes, llamas and vicuñas, geographic union between two cultures Quechua and aymara, we can see the Altiplano arid and dry union with the Quechua zone with rivers and valleys.
PUKARA-It is the most important and oldest ceremonial centre of the Altiplano, preceding to Tiahunaco, characterised by a series oh echelon platforms ceremonial centre. It’s also possible to appreciate interesting lito-sculptures, trails or tomb stone of intriguing personage that seems to show evidence of a brave civilisation. here is where it was discovered the origins of the Andean culture in the Altiplano. Reception and transfer from the fist class bus station to the hotel Overnight at Hotel.
Uros-Amantani (Overnight in Amantani)
Then it is on to Amantani Island, which is inhabited by over 3,000 Quechua-speaking natives, still governed by their ancient traditions, whose main occupations are the production of ceramics and textiles. You can explore the Inca and Tiahuanco archaeological remains on the island. The positive energy here is so powerful, you have an almost panoramic view of the lake and you will not want to miss the sunset and sunrise either.
Lunch is a simple affair provided by us before staying overnight at the house of a local islander, to enjoy the hospitality of a typical Amantani home.
Backpack to carry your things.
Camera, and charger
Rain gear (especially if traveling in the wet season, from October to March).
Sunblock and sunglasses.
Water bottle or canteen.
American dollars and Peruvian soles in cash.
- Warm jacket