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Peru

Accessible Titicaca Lake

A feeling of immensity, of infinity invades us as we navigate the waters of Lake Titicaca in Puno. It is so big that it feels like being at sea, with islands that have kept their customs and traditions intact for hundreds of years.

The tour around the lake includes a visit to the islands of the Uros, built entirely of totora (reeds); the island Taquile, land where the weavers caught the attention of humanity; and Amantaní Island, an invitation to rest and isolate yourself from everything.

Here, the sunrises and sunsets are indescribable, not to mention the nights, when the stars seem to be so close together, that you feel like touching them. The islands of Titicaca are a magical invitation.

Program

Day 1  – Lima - Puno

Breakfast served at the hotel restaurant and transfer to the international airport of Lima Julio Cháves to take the flight to the city of Puni. Arrival at the city of Puno and reception by the guide. Transfer to the hotel. Check in.

Lunch and departure to the Chulpas de Sillustani, a funerary complex with  a series of impressive tombs belonging to the Kolla culture that developed in the northern part of the peninsula of Lake Umayo, in the town known as Hatuncolla , 33 km from the city of Puno. Return to Puno. Accommodation.

Day 2 – Puno

Breakfast at the hotel and departure to Lake Titicaca, Uros and Taquile. We will board a speedboat to visit the floating islands of Uros, Isla de Taquile and Plaza de Armas de Taquile. We will have a regional lunch in Taquile and return to the hotel. Accommodation.

Day 3  – Puno

Breakfast at the hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to Puno airport.

FAQ

When is the best time to visit Perú?

The best time to visit Peru and Machu Pichu  is in the dry season, which takes place between April and October. During these months, the sun shines almost every day. In June and July, daytime temperatures can reach 25 degrees during the day and almost 0 degrees at night.

The high season occurs between May and July, and although it is the season when there are the most tourists, it is also the season where the largest number of festivities are concentrated, such as Inti Raymi (June) or Fiestas Patrias (Julio ).

How is accessibility during the trip?

Lima being the capital of the Country and an important city in South America, accessibility is present in the adaptation of the sites visited. Also, all transfers are made in vehicles adapted for greater comfort.

In other destinations  and archaeological complexes, visits are developed with special equipment that allow us to achieve accessibility to the different tourist attractions.

Another question?

Send us an email to info@turismoacessivel.com and we will be happy to answer and help you organize your next trip to know this beautiful country and its cultural richness.

What is Included

  • Transportation throughout the program.
  • Tours mentioned with accredited guides in English, Spanish, Portuguese.
  • Entrance fee at museums and archaeological sites.    
  • Accommodation in adapted room and bathroom

What is not included

  • Drinks and food not mentioned.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Optional tours.
  • Tips.
  • Any item not described as included.
  • Airplane Ticket.
  • Tips.

Items to go with

  • Solar filter for face and lips.
  • Comfortable and warm clothes.
  • Hat and sunglasses.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Raincoat.

Important Info

The visits and some of the tours are done with a mountain chair.

This program can be adapted for users of motorized wheelchairs.

Transfers are done with adapted vehicles.

Vaccines: It is highly recommended to have the yellow fever vaccine at least 10 days before the date of travel. Although Peru is a country at risk of contamination by yellow fever, it is not mandatory to present the vaccination certificate.


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