2D1N Lake Titicaca Tour from Cusco

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Discover the one-of-a-Unique journeys in the lands of  a pre Incan & Incan Culture over the highlands of Cusco and Puno Regions during this 2-day, 1-night private historical and cultural tour of the top sights on the Tiwanaku and Inca culture.  Explore the fascinating pre – Incan and Inca culture background in site, you´ll enjoy the rich of the History and culture of the Archeological sites and local towns full of traditions and local ways of living.  Admire on the journey: The Arqueological site of Raqchi The Archeological site and Museum of Pukara The Archeological site of Sillustani Lake titicaca & Uros Island Tittino Peninsula of Llachon Comunnity Enjoy a lunch in a beautiful natural area of Sicuani with local product (grains, crops, vegetables) you´ll do some hiking in each archeological site to visit and explore. Before spending the night in the non-popular island of the lake Titikaka called “LLACHON”. Where you´ll be welcome by your host local family.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Peru4Fun Servicios Turísticos EIRL

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Stop At: Parque Arqueologico De Raqchi

Raqchi is one of the most popular archaeological sites in Cusco. Due to the Inca constructions found there, this citadel was as important as Machu Picchu. Learn all the information about this archaeological site of the South Valley, also known as the Temple of Huiracocha.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Pukara Archaeological Site

Pucará is famous for its pottery, especially the well-known “Toritos de Pucara” (Little Bulls of Pucara). The "Museo Litico de Pucara" (Pucara Stone Museum), displaying a good little selection of anthropomorphic monoliths, zoomorphic sculptures, ceramics, and other objects from the Pucara pre-Inca Culture (original and replica pieces). Also its church located in the main square, is also worth a visit.

Duration: 2 hour


Stop At: Sillustani

Sillustani has about 90 inverted cone-shaped chullpas. According to history, before the corpses of the highest Kolla authorities were located in the tombs, they were mummified in a fetal position. These authorities were the most representative of the Inca Empire.

Duration: 2 hour

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a Quechua-speaking community that opens its doors to visitors to make their ancestral customs and traditions known.

Duration: 12 hour

Stop At: Lake Titicaca

The highest navigable lake in the world is an extraordinary spectacle wherever one looks. The lake is surrounded by reed beds and dotted with many islands, each of which has its own unique history.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Uros Floating Islands

Taquile, Amantani and the floating Uros islands offer the opportunity to experience directly the traditions and customs of communities that have learned to make the most of their surroundings and live in harmony with nature.

Duration: 1 hour
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