Titicaca, declared a Natural Heritage of Humanity, is the highest navigable lake in the world and is shared by the neighboring countries of Peru and Bolivia. In Peru it is located in the Puno region where there are very majestic islands such as: Taquile, Amantaní and Uros; that keep their traditions and customs alive. Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, declared a Natural Heritage of Humanity; it is shared by the neighboring countries of Peru and Bolivia. In Peru it is located in the Puno region where there are very majestic islands such as: Taquile, Amantaní and Uros, prepared for tourism that maintain their traditions and customs.
Lake Titicaca shows its great natural wealth in its cold blue waters; as well as fantastic places that keep their history and tradition intact. Tourism seeks the development of life in this place to preserve its culture and incredible landscapes. Peru Mysteries offers rural or community tourism for 2 days / 1 night on the Lake Titicaca circuit, providing quality service throughout the tour.
DAY 01 (MAIN PORT - UROS (FLOATING ISLANDS) - AMANTANI ISLAND (OVERNIGHT)):
This first day we will pick you up from your hotels (7:30 am) or bus station (prior coordination), later by car we go to the port of Puno (captaincy), where we will take our comfortable boat. We begin our tour at Lake Titicaca, and our first stop will be at the floating islands of "Los Uros", located 30 minutes by boat from the main port of Puno. We will begin our visit with the recognition of each island, explaining how they built these islands in the highest lake in the world (built with reeds), as well as their importance. Later we will go to the most distant island "Amantani", where we will spend the night.
DAY 02 (AMANTANI - TAQUILE - PUNO):
After a delicious typical breakfast, we will go to the next island, "Taquile", the boat trip lasts 1 hour, where we will have the opportunity to meet the people of Taquile, very cooperative and well organized. The Taquileños recognized worldwide for a high degree of advancement in Textile work, have been awarded by UNESCO. It should be noted that the threads and fabrics are made mainly by men from the age of eight. Life in Taquile has not undergone great changes due to modernity; the island is inhabited by a Quechua population and where products and work are still exchanged (barter in Quechua); however, agriculture, textiles and handicrafts are its main economic source. Approximate visit: 3 hours.
END OF THE TOUR APPROXIMATELY AT 04:00 PM. (CITY OF PUNO).
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MAP - TITICACA LAKE - "PERU MYSTERIES"