Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world and the largest in South America, extended at 12,500 feet or 3825 meters

The blue waters of the lake across the high plateau shared by Peru and Bolivia is of economic importance to the locals and a great tourist destination.

Taquile Island it has a pastoral life and intriguing culture, According to with the Incas, this lake was the birthplace of the sun, plenty of sacred places still worshipped.

Lake Titicaca

DAY 1
Leave Cusco 7 am on a tourist bus, which stops at main attraction along the way, offers a buffet lunch, and gives you a pleasant safe drive. Highest point and continental divide will be above 14,000 feet. This is a 9-hour journey covering approx 250 miles.We will greet you on your arrival, transfer to your hotel and brief about the next day’s activities.

DAY 2
Full day explorations start at Uros Island and then on to Taquile Island in a fast public boat, with your guide by your side. Lunch will be at a local home.
Opportunities for hikes along the Island. Return late afternoon to your hotel.

DAY 3
After a relaxing morning and shopping for some Alpaca wool sweaters, we’ll drive to Juliaca airport stopping on the way to admire stunning Inca chulpas (burial sites).
Fly out to next destination.

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