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Lake Titicaca and Sun Island Overnight Catamaran Cruise from Puno

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  • Pickup Service
  • Live Guide

Explore Lake Titicaca and Sun Island on an overnight cruise from Puno! After hotel pickup, head to Copacabana and board a catamaran to begin your adventure through Peru’s Lake Titicaca, one of the largest lakes in South America. Visit Sun Island and the town of Challapampa, where you’ll discover the rich history and legacy of the Inca culture. Visit the Inca temples Chincana and Pilko Kaina and learn about the importance of these ancient Inca structures. This overnight tour is perfect if you're looking for a mix of history and beauty while visiting Peru.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Isla del Sol

Stop At: Isla del Sol

Early transfer to bay of Copacabana. Visit the Sanctuary or the dark Virgin. Then, you will board the Catamaran to sail to Sun Island. In this legendary island you will visit the Inca garden, stairs, fountain, Inti Wata Cultural Complex, and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the agricultural Inca Terraces, and the Manco Kapac gazer with a variety of Andean camelids. Includes a unique sailing experience on board a huge Titicaca traditional reed vessel to see Pilkokaina Inca Palace. Afterwards, board the Catamaran to sail. Buffet lunch on board. During this navigation you will be able to admire the Andean Mountain Range. The Cruise crosses the Tiquina strait overlooking the native made pontoons used to transport vehicles. Once the Cruise arrives to Chua harbor, visit to a typical house appreciating the livelihood of Aymara people. Later at night, dinner on board with an indigenous folkloric show. Overnight on board, in double cabins with exterior view and private bathroom.

Duration: 7 hour

Day 2 Puno

Stop At:

Buffet breakfast on board. Navigation towards the islands of Pariti and Kalauta and the Andean lake community of Pata Patani. Pariti Island was supposed to be a ceremonial site. Visit to the local museum of Tiwanaku culture. Continues to Kalauta Island navigating in typical fishing barges that will allow a unique experience rowing among the reed plants. Kalauta is known for its funeral towers. Aboard the Catamaran enjoying a lunch on board, we reach the isolated indigenous community of Pata Patani. In this community, visitors have the opportunity to appreciate the lifestyle, traditions and daily activities trough an agreement of Community Tourism. The community welcomes visitors at the port with flower garlands and makes them actively participate in their dances to the sound of typical instruments. Visit to the Pata Patani Museum and the oldest best preserved Andean mummy called Tani. Afterwards, the Catamaran Cruise takes you to Tiquina strait to then by land reach the city of Puno.

Duration: 8 hour