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Lake Titicaca Catamaran 2D/1N (Puno to Puno)


Lake Titicaca Catamaran 2D/1N (Puno to Puno)

Day 1: Puno, Peru - Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

Transfer from Puno to Copacabana to start exploring Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol and more.

Transfer from Puno to Copacabana, Catamaran Trip to Isla del Sol, Chua Harbor (L/D)
Start your day with a transfer from Puno to Copacabana Sanctuary where you will have a brief guided visit. You will then board the Catamaran cruise to start your adventure towards Sun Island, the birthplace of the Inca Empire. Here you will visit the Inca Garden, Stairs and Fountain. Continue with a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural Complex which includes two underground Museums of Archeology and Anthropology, the Traditional Medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca Terraces, a handicraft display, the Intica Lounge and at the Manco Kapac gazer a variety of Andean camelids.
Enjoy a buffet lunch once in the Catamaran cruise with explendid views of the Andean Mountain Range; continue to cross the Tiquina strait. Once the cruise arrives to Chua harbor, the itinerary continues with a short walk and visit to a typical house inhabited by an indigenous couple appreciating the livelihood of Aymara people in the high plateau. Dinner will be served on board and afterward enjoy an indigenous folkloric performance. Overnight on board.

Day 2: Lake Titicaca, Bolivia - Puno, Peru

Continue exploring Lake Titicaca, the islands of Pariti and Kalauta as well as the Pata Patani community before transfering back to Puno.

Pariti and Kalauta, Pata Patani, Puno Transfer (B/L)
After enjoying breakfast on board, it's time to continue your adventure enjoying the amazing panorama of Lake Titicaca towards the islands of Pariti and Kalauta and the Andean lake community of Pata Patani.
Pariti Island was supposed to be a ceremonial site, visited by people from beyond the Andes. There is a museum with archeological pieces dated to Tiwanaku culture. After Pariti the itinerary continues to Kalauta Island navigating in typical fishing barges that will allow a unique experience rowing among the totorales (reed plants) giving a special sense of peace and mysticism that this pristine area of the Lake provides.
Kalauta is known for its funeral towers and it was once an ancient stone town considered an important prehispanic necropolis. The itinerary continues through a large amount of Totora reeds to finally reach again the Catamaran Cruise Ship. After enjoying lunch onboard, reach the isolated indigenous community of Pata Patani. In this community, visitors have the opportunity to appreciate the lifestyle, traditions and daily activities.This community is very rooted to ancient traditions and still makes a livelihood of fishing. A visit to the Pata Patani Museum is also in the itinerary; this museum shelters the oldest best preserved Andean mummy called Tani.
Afterwards, the Catamaran cruise will take you to Tiquina Strait to then by land reach the city of Puno where your adventure comes to an end.


What’s included?

Ekstra udgifter på rejsen
No Local Payment


1 night(s) accommodation included

Local transport

  • Transfers & catamaran tour
  • Catamaran tour
  • Land transfer hotel to hotel


  • 1 Breakfast(s)
  • 2 Lunch(es)
  • 1 Dinner(s)

Mere information


Please keep in mind that in some cases there are few passengers booked for this tour, and assuch, it may be run as a private tour instead of asmallgroup.

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