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29 Oct

11 Places to Visit Around the Lake Titicaca11 Lugares para Visitar alrededor del Lago Titicaca

Are you wondering what to see in the lake Titicaca? Here I give you a list of 11 places you should consider to visit. But first, I want to give you some information of the area of Puno and the lake Titicaca. Location:   Puno is located on the shores of Lake Titicaca in southern Peru. It is bordered by Bolivia and the departments of Tacna, Arequipa, Cusco and Madre de Dios. Population:  Puno has 1’383,000 inhabitats which represents 4.7% of the Peruvian population. There are 13 provinces, and their main language is Quechua...

27 Oct

Tours in the Lake TiticacaTours en el Lago Titicaca

Here we present the most common tours offered in the Lake Titicaca and Puno. [toggle title="Uros Island"] After a beautiful motor boat journey of 30 minutes amongst the reed, we arrive to Uros, an archipelago of more than 60 manmade floating islands inhabited by the Uros, an ethnic group of fishermen, part of an ancestral group. Guided tour to 2 or 3 islands, explore the surroundings on an authentic reed raft and return to Puno. Duration: 3 h 30 min Daily Departures, 9 am [/toggle] [toggle title="Sillustani Tombs"] Sillustani was an ancient Necropolis and citadel, surrounded by...

20 Oct

How to get to the Lake Titicaca?¿Cómo llegar al Lago Titicaca?

The Titicaca Lake, considered as the highest navigable lake in the world, is located in the Collao plateau, in the Andes mountains, at 12,500 ft asl (above sea level). To visit the Peruvian side of theLake Titicaca, you should go to the city of Puno. If you're planning on arriving by plane, the nearest airport is in the city of Juliaca, 30 minutes by car from Puno. So, how to get to the Lake Titicaca? From Lima: By air: Lan and Avianca airlines offer direct flights to Juliaca. The flight takes 1 h 40...

1 Oct

2 Legends that Explain the Origins of the Inca Empire2 Leyendas que explican el Origen del Imperio de los Incas

As many ancient civilizations, the empire of the Incas origin does not have a clear history, and is explained on the basis of legends. These legends  use some real characters, some fantastic ones, some real facts and some not so real ones. There are 2 legends in the Peruvian Tradition that explain the origin of this Empire in Peru: Manco Cápac and Mama Ocllo Legend It is the most well-known legend, and was written by the chronicler of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega (1539 – 1616), whose maternal family belonged to the Incan...

7 Aug

5 Destinations to Enjoy the South of Peru5 Destinos para Disfrutar el Sur del Perú

Following the videos series made by PromPeru, here I present you the most important touristic attractions that you will find in the Southern Circuit of Peru.# 1 IcaAttractions:Nazca LinesNational Reserve of Paracas Huacachina Lagoon – IcaHow to get there:Paracas: By bus from Lima: 3 hrs 30 minIca: By bus from Lima: 5 hrs 30 minNazca: By busfrom Lima: 7 hrs 30 minfrom Arequipa: 8 hrs 30 min# 2 ArequipaAttractions:Monastery of Santa Catalina: 4 Reasons to Visit the Monastery of Santa CatalinaColca Canyon: 5 Places to enjoy at the Colca CanyonHow to...

26 Apr

PunoPuno

Puno was founded on November 4, 1668. Located on the Andean plateau; the town is dominated by the presence of Lake Titicaca, sacred place for the Incas. Its churches are characterized by their distinctive colonial architecture. Its inhabitants are proud of their Quechua and Aymara past, and their folkloric tradition that can be seen every year in the form of dances and rituals during the Candelaria festival. The main attractions of Puno are: Titicaca Lake It is the highest lake in the world (3,810 masl), it is an important lake in Andean mythology, from...