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Machupicchu
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Ausangate Trek
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Puno Titicaca Lake
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Choquequirao Trek
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City Tour
The City Tour in the city of Cusco, takes place in a half day tour includes visit Inca and colonial constructions.

Puno, Titicaca Lake 2D-1N


Puno, Titicaca Lake 2D-1N
Day 1.- Visit to the Uros Floating Islands & homestay on Amantani Island.

07:30 hrs Early in the morning you will be picked up from your hotel by our local guide and then transferred to the harbor. We start off our boat excursion of Lake Titicaca by visiting “The Uros Floating Islands”, a small community that has lived on these reed Islands for decades.

Centuries ago the small indigenous Uros tribe conceived of the islands as a way to isolate and protect themselves from rival tribes, the Collas and the Incas. The Uros people harvested the reeds in the shallows of the lake, bundled them together tightly and built floating island platforms complete with reed houses and canoes, creating in this way their own little world. After strolling around the floating Islands, we continue our journey towards “Amantani Island”, where we will spend the rest of the day and the night. Upon arrival, a group of native families will welcomed you at the harbor, and afterwards the guide will introduce you the family that will provide you lodging in their house.

The group is split in couples, so each couple goes with one family. In the afternoon we will walk up to the highest point of the Islands to explore ancient ruins on a mountain called by locals Pachamama. There are stunning views of the Lake from this lookout point and an amazing sunset. Soon after nightfall, we descend to the main plaza and meet our local families, and then we go to their houses for dinner.

At dinner you will be invited to go to the little kitchen (mind the head when entering, their doorways are very small), a warm place where they cook with a primitive stove made of clay. By night, visitors are invited to a particular party.

Our local families will provide traditional clothing to attend this nice Andean party, at the house; men are given ponchos and wooly hats, the hats are hand-made by the families, with unique styles, so that they can recognize you in the hall. Women are given colorful skirts, blouses and veils. The party takes place at the main folklore saloon and it is accompanied by one of the local orchestras. Overnight at a family house on the Amantani island.

What is included on this day?
  1. Pick up from your hotel in Puno and transfer to the harbor of the Lake Titicaca.
  2. Tourist boat trasportation with toilet facilities on board. Puno - Amantani - Taquile - Puno
  3. All entrance fees.
  4. Accommodation on Amantani Island at a family house.
  5. Meals included (1 Lunch & 1 Dinner)
  6. Professional English speaking guide.
What is not included?
  1. Extras & Gratuities
Day 2.- Visit to Taquile Island and return to Puno in the afternoon.

08:00 hrs. After breakfast, we will have to say goodbye to our local family and go down to the harbor to meet the rest of the group. Afterwards we will sail towards “Taquile Island” (1 hour aprox.), a traditional Quechua speaking community, full of ancient agricultural terraces and some ruins dating back to the pre-Inca times.

The Taquile population was relatively isolated from the mainland until 1950s, and the notion of the community and family is still very strong among them. The weaving tradition of the Taquile Island goes back to early civilizations, thus keeps elements from pre-Inca Andean cultures alive in the present. All weaving is done on pre-Inca fixed and pedal looms. The most characteristic garments are the so-called “Chullo”, a knitted hat with an earflap, and “The Calendar Waistband”, depicting the annual cycles connected to ritual and agricultural activities. When visitors reach the island, they will have to walk up along a narrow path, enjoying on the way impressive views of the Lake Titicaca and also see gorgeous little houses inhabited by the direct decedents of the Inca Culture.

At the top of, you will have free time to explore the Island on your own and afterwards you will have to meet the group for lunch at one local restaurant. After lunch, we will descent to the harbor to take our boat back to Puno. We will be getting there by 17:00 hrs. approximately. End of the tour.

What is included on this day?
  1. Breakfast at the family house.
  2. Visit to the Taquile Island.
  3. All entrance fees.
  4. Lunch on Taquile Island.
  5. Professional English speaking guide.
  6. Return to Puno. Pick up from the Lake Titicaca dock and transfer to your hotel.

                

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