Fully Experience Local Life on Lake Titicaca
Navigate the largest lake in South America as you visit unique communities filled with important traditions that are still practiced nowadays. Become part of a fascinating rural village as a member of a new family. Live an everyday Quechua life as you walk through this enchanting village, mingling with their inhabitants. Learn about beautiful textiles and after a light trek, take in views of the charming lakeshores and agricultural terraces will surround you.
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Highlights of the Local Life on Lake Titicaca Tour from Puno:
Navigate the waters of the stunning Lake Titicaca, feeling its refreshing breeze and enjoying the deep blue sky.
Experience community based tourism with a homestay in the rural village of Llachón.
Walk through this delightful village and enrich your knowledge of their ancient traditions.
Rise to the top of Cerro Carus where you can admire all the beauty of the fascinating views of Lake Titicaca.
Please see the « Tour Plan » tab for the the full itinerary for the Local Life on Lake Titicaca Tour from Puno.
Day 1 | Puno to Lake Titicaca: Venture from Puno to Lake Titicaca where you’ll have the opportunity to visit Uros. Travel on to Llachón where Quechua Peruvians still practice a traditional lifestyle. Here, you will experience a local meal and have the chance to shop handmade Peruvian textiles before a comfortable homestay.
Day 2 | Lake Titicaca to Puno: After an indigenous breakfast, embark on a short hike to Cerro Carus for tremendous views of the lakeshore and agricultural terraces. In the afternoon, you’ll have the chance to sail over the world’s highest navigable lake on a local fisherman’s boat before returning back to Puno.