Boat trip, smooth trek
Between 10 and 25 people
Professional local guide
Puno - Uros & Taquile Island - Lake Titicaca
The must do experiences are included in this fantastic and unforgettable trip
The pick-up service starts at 07:00. And we leave the port of Puno at 07:30."Dear passenger, our no-cost (free) hotel pick-up and drop-off service is only available for accommodation located in the city centre. If you are staying in a private place (AIRBNB) or outside the city centre, we'll contact you to coordinate the meeting time and place.
The boat ride to the islands takes approximately 30 minutes and offers beautiful views of Lake Titicaca. Upon arrival, we are welcomed by a group of islanders. Our local guide will explain important aspects of the life and customs of this small nation.
The island of Taquile is a beautiful place located 2 hours away from the Uros. Taquile has been trapped in time, almost in its entirety. The inhabitants have kept their customs alive, but the influence of modernity is present in some details of their daily life.
The walk up from the port to the centre of the island will be along a path. The path is surrounded by fields of crops, small houses and breathtaking views of Lake Titicaca. Along the way you will notice that the people wear unique and striking garments.
The textile work of Taquile Island was declared a "Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" by UNESCO.
The tour includes lunch in Taquile square and concludes around 5pm. The transfer service will be waiting for you at the port of Puno.
Pre-information about this tour and the itinerary.
The Uros Floating Islands Tour doesn't require a briefing. However, we'll contact you at your hotel or other means, to coordinate the pick-up time. We will contact you by any of the following means:
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