Lake Titicaca & Puno 3 days / 2 nights
Puno is home to a trove of cultural treasures that have earned it the designation of “folkloric capital of Peru.”The main square stately XVII century cathedral competes with the best of them and well-manicured gardens speak to the locals’ pride of place.
The Uros islands are spread out about 20 minutes by boat, there are usually between 2 to 10 families per floating island depending on its size. When visitors arrive, the island leader will lead a demonstration of how the islands are constructed and share information about the area and the culture of the Uros people.
Taquile island is a Quechua speaking island that has maintained a unique culture and traditions, textile-weaving is a central economic activity. Locals introduce fascinating dance and food traditions to visitors.