Titicaca Island Experience

4 days/3 nights
Departs ex Puno

Tour Cost
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Explore Lake Titicaca on this 4 day tour departing from Puno

Visit the highest navigable lake on earth, with its wide horizons, Inca burial tombs, ancient Andean culture and the reed ‘islands’ of the Uros. The nearest town, Puno, can be reached by car or by crossing the Altiplano aboard the Belmond Explorer luxury train. Travellers can also fly up to Juliaca if short on time.

Tour details


Tititca Island Experience
4 days/3 nights

Day 1


Arrive Puno or Juliaca Airport and transfer to Casa Andina Premium Puno for overnight.

Casa Andina Premium Puno
On the shores of Lake Titicaca, this lovely Puno hotel offers accommodation in 45 comfortable guestrooms. The hotel has its own pier as well as a gourmet restaurant with views of the water.

Day 2

Suasi Island

After breakfast embark on a Lake Titicaca boat excursion, and visit the Uros Indians who build their homes on ‘islands’ of floating totora reeds. Continue on to the island of Taquile, renowned for its wonderful scenery and historic sites. Arrive at Isla Suasi, your home for the next 2 nights. BLD

Isla Suasi
Located on the only private island on Lake Titicaca, this luxurious eco-lodge is the 106 acre island’s only man-made structure. The 23 guestrooms are crafted from stone, adobe and thatch. All have panoramic lake views. Facilities include a restaurant, bar and cultural interpretative centre.

Day 3

Suasi Island

Today is at leisure. The island offers many activities including nature walks, canoeing or motorboat tours on the lake, sunset hikes and stargazing. Suasi also has a small museum and library where you can learn about the topography of Lake Titicaca, its history and culture. BLD

Day 4

Tour ends Puno or Juliaca

After breakfast, transfer by boat and/or road to Puno or Juliaca airport.

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