In southern Peru one of the largest lakes in South America dominates the landscape and vibrant cultural traditions of music and dancing make Puno a folkloric capital.
Welcome and transfer to hotel for overnight.
In the morning you will begin your full-day visit to the floating island in Lake Titicaca, known as “Uros,” whose original inhabitants are said to descend from one of the oldest families in the Americas, and still to this day practice their ancient traditions. Their dwellings, made of totora reed, are built on the surface of the lake. Afterwards, visit the unique Mediterranean-styled Island of Taquile where time has stood still. The indigenous community are descendants of the Incas and well-known for their textile handicrafts. Taquile also offers views of the magnificent lake and snowclad Cordillera Real mountains. (B)
At a coordinated time, transfer to airport in Juliaca to board your international flight home or to next destination. (B)