Visit one of the highest lakes in the world, Titicaca Lake, plus Sillustani archaeological site.
The Incas thought heaven and earth to be united by the reflection of the sky on the surface of Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable lake. It is a site not to be missed, where natives live on man-made floating islands, striking flamingos soar high above and even more archaeological sites attest to the religious and economic importance of this geographical landmark. If you are lucky enough to spare your time, this region is sure to complement your visit to Peru by getting the entire picture of how, by 1438, the Incan civilization had grown to cover over 2 million square kilometers (780,000 square miles) of the most strikingly diverse geography.
DAY 1. CUSCO / PUNO
DAY 2. TITICACA LAKE EXCURSION
DAY 3. SILLUSTANI ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
DAY 4. PUNO / JULIACA
2019 Rates (per person)