Uros And Taquile Island Full Day

Mystery and tradition in the world’s highest lake

Taquile Island

Itinerary

Visits to :
Uros Floating Islands and Taquile Island
Departure time :
07:45 every day
Visiting time :
08 hours approximately
  • Breakfast at the hotel, then contact with your guide.
  • Transfer from the hotel to the port to start the trip.
  • Visit of the floating islands of the Uros, explanation of the way of life of the community. Visit of the floating islands of the Uros, duration 02 hours, in which the local people will explain the way of making their islands with the material called Totora.
  • Time to get to know and share their customs and way of life in the middle of the lake.
  • Then they will take the boat back to Taquile Island. Duration 01 hours and 30 minutes approximately.
  • Arriving at the island, you will have to walk up a steep road for one hour. Along the way, you will see many men weaving their own clothes.
  • Arriving at the highest point of the Plaza, you will observe wonderful views of Lake Titicaca and its incomparable beauty.
  • Typical lunch in the area.
  • Return to Puno and transfer to your hotel.

Tour Details

In Shared In Private
Includes
  • Contact at your hotel in Puno and transfer to the Lake Titicaca dock.
  • Fluvial transport.
  • Entrances to Lake Titicaca.
  • Professional bilingual guide in group.
  • Lunch on Taquile Island.
  • Transfer to your hotel.
  • Contact at your hotel in Puno and transfer to the Lake Titicaca dock.
  • Fluvial transport.
  • Entrance to Lake Titicaca.
  • Private guide in English or Spanish.
  • Lunch on Taquile Island.
  • Transfer to your hotel.
Does not include
  • Hotel in Puno.
  • Extra expenses.
  • Hotel in Puno.
  • Extra expenses.
Price per person From $ 45.00
  • The tour is conducted in Spanish or English or any other language.
  • It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothing, and warm clothes in the afternoon to protect you from the cold.
  • Floating Islands of the Uros

    Floating Islands of the Uros

  • Traditional reception in Taquile

    Traditional reception in Taquile

  • Traditional entrance to Taquile Island

    Traditional entrance to Taquile Island

Frequently Asked Questions

Protection measures COVID 19

As a responsible company in the current situation, we have become aware of the protocols and standards that the health sector and the government require for the operation of our services. That is why we are working on training our professional team and collaborators in the procedures necessary to safeguard the health and protection of each of our visitors.

How do I prepare myself?

Travelers visiting the city of Cusco should take into consideration the issue of altitude. It is important to take time to acclimatize, the first day of arrival to the city, should eat light foods, and especially rest so that the “soroche or altitude sickness” will not disturb the plans of visit. It is advisable, if health allows it, to drink a hot cup of a good infusion, we recommend a good mate de coca, to restore the discomfort in the body.

Authorised Tour Operators

Cusco is a small city and the most important tours are in very close distances, it is always advisable to choose guaranteed options, there are many tour operators that are not authorized, before contracting a tour it is necessary that the visitor checks the most relevant information of the company in the government agencies that give the permission to provide tourist services in the city.

Should I use cash money or credit cards for my trips?

For security reasons it is recommended that you use a certain amount of cash for minor purchases or to acquire any souvenirs or details that the visitor may be interested in. In the city of Cusco the great majority of businesses, use payments with credit or debit card is the case, likewise there are many agents, banks and exchange houses, in which you can access to remove the money without any inconvenience.

How much luggage can I take?

Cusco is a city with a very varied climate, in the months of November to February is known as the rainy season, the months of May until the end of July is the cold season, the remaining months are warmer and with better weather. For this reason it is recommended that visitors wear warm clothing on the tours they take, and always carry sunscreen, light clothing, comfortable shoes for walking and what is necessary to enjoy the trip to the fullest.

Health recommendations

It is recommended that you take out travel insurance in your home country for any health eventuality or mishap during your time in our country. If you are going to take a tour, either traditional or walking, we recommend that you inform the staff of the company of the different medical treatments that the visitor has been prescribed.
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