Titicaca Lake


When arriving in city of Puno, the majestic Lake Titicaca is observed, highest navigable lake in the world, with a surface 8,562 square kilometers, longitude 176 Km., average width 50 Km. and their maximum depth being 284 meters. It is the hábitat of native species as fish and birds. For millions of years the men who came were located and chose its shores, islands, mountains and lakes nearby to live, achieving very high levels of culture and civilization. They always considered their children venerating the lake as a sacred mother. There is a legend that from its waters emerged Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo to found the empire of the Incas. Among their countless islands those most visited ones are: The “Uros”, Taquile, Amantaní and Suasi, recognized by their beauty paisajística, history and habit. The lake not only is considered attractive landscape, but it is also mystic of strong magnetic and esoteric attraction, The motive that originated old human establishments that then they gave origin to the empire of the Inca and they expanded its ancestral image toward the Andean cosmos.

Our lake offers an innumerable quantity of alternative of non alone visit for its beautiful islands but also for its wonderful and attractive surroundings.



Located to 70 Km of Puno, through the lake and to 155 Km via terrestrial (cambria) to the ...
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Located to 35 Km to the east of the Puno city, with an extension of 11.6 Km² to ...
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Located to 40 Km. of the Puno city, with a diameter of 23 Km². and a maximum height ...
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Amid the totora live "Los Uros", a town that basically is fisherman and hunter of birds. They use ...
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