Tour Puno Sillusyani


Lake Titicaca – Floating Islands of the Uros – Taquile Island – Sillustani

Puno, on the shores of the Peruvian highlands, welcomes you with the magic of its culture and the serenity of Lake Titicaca. Known as the “Folkloric Capital of Peru,” Puno dazzles with its colorful festivals and traditional music. Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, offers breathtaking views and is home to the Floating Islands of the Uros, where indigenous communities maintain their ancestral customs. Explore Taquile Island, famous for its textiles, and immerse yourself in the spirituality of Amantani. Puno and Titicaca invite you to discover the authenticity of Andean culture and the serene beauty of its waters.


  • Limited group of 12 participants
  • Daily departures guaranteed from 2 passengers
  • A circuit of slow altitude ascent designed by professionals.
  • Complete discovery of: Lima, Pre-Hispanic, Colonial Modern Times
  • Optional: Typical Cooking Classes: Lomo Saltado, Ají de Gallina, Ceviche, Chicha Morada, Pisco Sour
  • Possible extensions to extend your trip: Cusco, Machu Picchu, Ballestas Islands, Nazca Lines, Huacachina Oasis, Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca, Amazon River, Manu and Tambopata Amazon Rainforest, Tiwanaku and Salar Uyuni in Bolivia
  • Hotels selected for their charm and geographical location in the heart of the City.
  • All taxes included
Lago Titicaca - Puno


Welcome coca tea reception and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon at 13:30 visit to the city of Puno, main square, The emblematic Jirón Lima, Plaza Murillo where the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Candelaria is located, as well as the Waqsapata viewpoint from where there is a panoramic and spectacular view of the city of Puno and Lake Titicaca, then return to the hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel, Transfer to the port of Puno to take the boat and visit Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world and visit the enigmatic floating islands of the Uros, a set of floating islands built by the Uro community, an indigenous people who have lived on Lake Titicaca since pre-Columbian times, then visit Taquile Island known for its indigenous community that has maintained its culture and pre-Hispanic traditions to this day. The inhabitants of Taquile are mainly dedicated to fishing, agriculture, and crafts. The men of the island are expert weavers and produce high-quality wool fabrics. The island is also known for its impressive landscapes, making it a popular tourist destination for those seeking adventures in nature.


Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to visit the Chullpas de Sillustani, an archaeological site located in the heights of the Peruvian Altiplano, on the shores of Lake Umayo. This place is famous for its pre-Columbian funerary towers, called chullpas, built by the Colla culture between the 13th and 15th centuries. From there you can enjoy an impressive view of Lake Umayo, considered one of the most beautiful in Peru and the Andean region. In addition, Lake Umayo is an ideal place to observe birds, as it is home to several endemic species. Return to Puno

Day 4: PUNO

Breakfast at the hotel.
At the indicated time, departure transfer
End of services

The price Includes:

  • All transfers
  • Private tourist transportation
  • Group fast boat
  • Professional guide.
  • Entrance to all archaeological sites on the program
  • 03 nights in Puno hotel ***
  • Breakfast at the hotel from 02 to 04
  • Accommodation in Double room,
  • Personalized and permanent assistance.

The price does not include:

  • Airplane tickets,
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Tips

Important: Prices per person and in US dollars. Children from 0 to 02 years sharing a room with parents do not pay, Children from 03 to 10 years sharing a room with parents 50% Discount, Children from 11 to 17 years 10% Discount considers child rate up to 10 years.

Without Hotel.