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From Puno: Uros Islands and Taquile Island Full Day Tour

1. From Puno: Uros Islands and Taquile Island Full Day Tour

Depart Puno and journey to the floating islands of the Uros people on Lake Titicaca. Find out about how these islands are created by the locals using bundles of dried totora reeds. Learn the history of the area and interact with the locals to hear more about their life out on the water. Then, cruise over to Taquile Island in the largest part of Lake Titicaca. Experience life on the lake up close and get some stunning views of the Andes Mountains as a bonus.  Hear about the inhabitants of Taquile Island and how they descended from the Inca people to mostly work as farmers and weavers, and how they have inherited some distinct Inca traditions. Go for a medium-level hike on the island, known for its handwoven art and collective farms, and enjoy a lunch of local produce served in a local restaurant. Then, return to Puno city on the shore of the lake for the end of the tour services.

From Puno: Aramu Muru, Chucuito, and Inca Uyo Trip

2. From Puno: Aramu Muru, Chucuito, and Inca Uyo Trip

Our tour to Aramu Muru does interesting stops on the way. The first stop is in Chucuito village a colonial town, near is The Temple of Inca Uyo which has more than 20 penises carved in stone, probably related with the fertility. Then we'll be passing towards some Inca Tombs known as Molloco Chullpas After doing the visit, we will continue to Aramu Muru gate located in a fantastic place among rocky formations, the tour includes a short hiking around. Total time: 04:30 hours approx from start to finish.

From La Paz: Huayna Potosí 2-Day Climbing Trip

3. From La Paz: Huayna Potosí 2-Day Climbing Trip

Day 1: La Paz - Paso Zongo - High Camp Drive for around 1.5 hours from La Paz to Paso Zongo, going up from 3,600 to 4,700 meters. Once at Paso Zongo, have lunch in one of the refuges before starting the 3 to 4-hour trek up to high camp. Walk up on a well-used path on rock to high camp, which sits on a rock buttress at the base of the glacier, at an altitude of 5150 meters. Get your gear ready for the early start the next morning. You will also have time to rest, eat dinner, and rehydrate. Turn in for an early night in the refugio. Day 2: High Camp - Summit - High camp - La Paz Get up early for a long day of adventure with 9-13 hours of climbing. Wrapped up warm, equipped for climbing, and with your crampons on, you’re ready to go.  Follow a trail on the glacier and conquer two steep sections. You will first encounter one at around 5,600 meters, called the Pala Chica. Here the trail goes through a small ice and snow wall (about 10 meters high). After this part, keep following the trail on the glacier up to 6,000 meters. From here you will see the summit (6,088 meters). Experience the thrill of climbing along the last section to the summit on an exposed ridge. At the summit, you will be able to see from Illimani (6,439 meters) in the south to Illampu (6,368 meters) in the north. After your photoshoot on top, head back down the same way to High Camp. Have a short rest and pack your gear. Then, head back down to base camp to meet your transportation for an approximately 1-hour drive back to La Paz. Get dropped back off at the original meeting point in La Paz.

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What people are saying about Lake Titicaca, Peru

From the pick-up at the hotel, the trip by boat, the visit to the different islands and their inhabitants, the food and all the information, everything worked very well. We each had enough time and were totally satisfied in the evening.

A really nice tour !! Everything went as planned and the availability of all the operators was maximum, Manuel our guide was really good and prepared. Really great lunch too. I can only recommend it. Well done

Lovely islands to visit and see how locals live. The tour guide was awesome. Lunch was perfect with a location looking at the Taquile Island scenery.

Great. You pass by the islands of Uros and then Taquile where you have lunch. Super friendly guide, very helpful and knowledgeable in explanations.

An unforgettable walk, interesting from the historical and nature. Wonderful Lake Titicaca