FLOATING UROS AND TAQUILE ISLANDS

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  • 8 hours / 40 minutes
  • Peru Ancestral
    Difficulty : 3

We will pick you up at your hotel early in the morning to transfer you to the main port of the city of Puno. In that place, we will embark on our speedboat to start this tour Uros and Taquile Islands. Our first stop will be an island of Uros, where our guide and the inhabitants themselves will explain to us about the way of life in Lake Titicaca. After taking pictures and seeing some handicrafts, we will embark again to begin the journey to Taquile Island. In this place, we can talk with the residents and admire their textile work, well known in the area.

In addition, we will be able to see the temples, tombs and terraces that are still preserved, as we receive explanations from the guide about how they were used and continue to be used to this day. Finally, we will have our lunch and then start the journey back to Puno, where our tour ends.

 

*If you arrive a few hours before the start of the tour to the Terminal Terrestre de Puno, we can pick you up at the arrival time of your bus and take you to the local agency so you can wait more comfortably and warmly until the start of the tour.

Departure & Return Location

UROS AND TAQUILE ISLANDS – PUNO(Google Map)

Includes

  • Hotel pick-up (urban area)
  • Lunch
  • Bilingual guide
  • Entrance to the islands

It does not include

  • totora boat ride (S/. 10 per person) or tips (optional).

It is recommended to carry

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Comfortable clothing
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Theodore Barrera

Solo Traveller

The Uros Islands are an amazing and unique destination that offers a unique insight into the traditional and ancient way of life of the Uros people. It’s a great way to explore the local culture and history of this fascinating part of the world.

October 7, 2022
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