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Ancient civilizations thrived on the islands of this high-altitude lake. Today, its mystical waters are home to various Andean communities that you can interact with during one of our Lake Titicaca tours.

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Attractions in Lake Titicaca

The islands on Lake Titicaca will leave you speechless. A perfect blend of natural and cultural remnants, Lake Titicaca is the ideal place to learn about the origins of ancient cultures and relax amid an exciting Peru vacation.

Isla flotante Uros

Uros floating island

The floating islands of the Uros stand out above the rest of the attractions of Lake Titicaca. The Uros community built these artificial islands with the same supplies found in Lake Titicaca called reeds, as they have done for centuries. As you enter the floating islands, you will be greeted by its residents and educated on their way of life.



Taquile is a famous island in Lake Titicaca for its textile art. In 2005, Taquile was inscribed on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List for more than 500 years of textile history.

Candelaria Festival

Candelaria Festival

In February, the Festival of the Virgen de la Candelaria is celebrated in Puno, which lasts more than 15 days. This festival considered one of the largest in the southern region of Peru is full of colorful costumes, local Peruvian music, and exotic dances.



Sillustani is a cylindrical construction type located near Lake Titicaca on the shores of Laguna Umayo. This place was used for burials more than 500 years ago by the pre-Inca Culla civilization. The Sillutani ruins display carvings of sacred animals and the remaining upright towers are up to 40 feet tall.



Amantani is an island in Lake Titicaca that is home to ~800 families. Amantani is the perfect place to spend the night on Lake Titicaca where you can share with a local family and learn the depths of the local cultures of Lake Titicaca.



Cutimbo, similar to Sillustani, is an ancient burial site on the outskirts of Lake Titicaca. This archaeological site has impressive stone tombs, carvings, and cave paintings.

Sitio arqueologico de Pukara

The archaeological site of Pukara

Pukara exudes a culture located 60 miles (100 km) north of Puno. Visit the Pukara Lithic Museum, which houses ancient weaving tools, decorated pottery shards, and many artifacts from the earliest populations of the northern region of Lake Titicaca who lived here between 550 B.C. C. and 200 d. c.


45-50% of travelers experience symptoms of altitude sickness, also known as mountain sicknesses, such as shortness of breath, fatigue, and dizziness when traveling to high-altitude destinations in Peru, such as on the Inca Trail, Cusco, Arequipa, and Lake Titicaca. Symptoms of altitude sickness usually ease after 24 to 48 hours at altitude.
Check with your doctor before traveling to high-altitude destinations.

Within your program to Peru include 3 days and 2 nights to have a visit to Lake Titicaca. Your tour of Lake Titicaca will be a full-day excursion starting early and ending in the late afternoon. It is necessary to arrive in Puno the night before and depart the day after your Lake Titicaca tour due to tour schedules and flight, bus, and train schedules.

Yes. This destination stands out for having doses of culture and history through high-altitude landscapes that will complement the stories and knowledge of Peru that you have learned so far. Impressive postcards, panoramic views of the lake, and highlights of the floating islands of the Uros will make Lake Titicaca a unique destination on your tour of Peru.

Lake Titicaca’s fame is highlighted by its staggering height of 12,507 feet (3,812 meters) above sea level, earning it the title of the highest navigable lake in the world.

The easiest way to get to Lake Titicaca is by plane. Juliaca airport is one hour from Lake Titicaca, and one hour from Puno. Flights from Cusco and Lima operate every day and take approximately 1.5 hours.
If you are looking for something more adventurous, you can travel from Cusco to Lake Titicaca (and vice versa) on a scenic luxury train ride through the South Valley or via bus stops at various archaeological sites and museums that are distributed along the road.
Bus routes from Lima to Lake Titicaca operate, but travelers should allow 19-21 hours in travel time.

The peak season for Lake Titicaca tours is between June, July, and August, during the heart of the dry season, when the weather is less likely to ruin your trip. The seasons between April-May and September-November have pleasant weather and fewer crowds. If going to Lake Titicaca for its biggest cultural festival, the UNESCO-recognized Candelaria Festival in Puno, travelers should visit Lake Titicaca in February (keep in mind it’s the rainy season).


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