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Explore Puno with Peruvian Connection’s Experts

Located between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake worldwide and also one of one of the most remarkable locations in Peru. Located at a really high elevation, at over 12,503 feet above sea level, Lake Titicaca is considered a sacred place for the Inca culture, as the Incan mythology states that the initial Inca king, Manco Capac, emerged from this lake. You will certainly have numerous areas to find on the shores of Lake Titicaca, along with on the many islands that exist on the lake. A trip at Titicaca is absolutely a remarkable experience for any type of visitor.

Our selected tours for Puno, considered the capital of the folklore of Peru, Puno is greatly abundant in music, dances, legends and customs. One of the most well-known and symbolic celebration in Puno is the event of the Virgin of Candlemas, which is held during the initial half of February. Many groups of professional dancers contend in a vivid dancing, the Diablada famous for its costly masks as well as wardrobe.

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Uros

An indigenous community that survives the floating islands constructed from totora reeds on Lake Titicaca. These inhabitants called Kot Suns or Masters of the Lake live essentially on fishing, hunting birds and vegetables that grow on the lake itself. When travelers check out the islands, the indigenous kids disrupt their education and also greet them by singing popular songs in various languages.

Taquile

It seems that time has actually quit on the lovely island of the Lake Titicaca. Here you could see exactly how they lived hundreds of years ago; the typical houses, customs and language. Taquile is globe popular for the high quality of its charming textiles.

Sillustani

Mystical round towers of approximately 40 feet high constructed from stone by the pre-Inca Tiahuanaco human being. Many funerary bundles have actually been located inside them, which generates two primary concepts: They were either tombs or areas to live in. We still don’t known the precise use made of these structures considering that in ancient Peru, the people of the Andes used to bury their dead below their dwellings.

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

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