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Lake Titicaca Full Day Tour: 2020 Updated information about Full Day Tours including times, itineraries, prices, and FAQ´s!
Peru Hop does not operate any tours on Lake Titicaca. To see Peru Hop’s recommended operators for this tour read below.
Full Day Lake Titicaca Tour
Price: $35 USD
Duration: Approx. 10 hours
Departure Time: 07:15am (be ready for pick up at 06:45am)
Return Time: 17:00pm
07:15am – 09:00am – Boat out to the Floating Islands of the Uros for a guided tour of the floating islands. Find out how the Uros people make their home islands entirely from one of the lake reeds, totora, and how they forge a subsistent lifestyle floating in the middle of Lake Titicaca!
09:00am – 12:00am – Boat ride out to the Island of Taquile. Sunbathe on the top deck, or watch the world go by as you cruise the world’s highest navigable lake!
12:00pm – 14:30pm – Guided Tour of Taquile Island. Learn the traditional history, lifestyle and cultures of the island community until recently closed off to the rest of the world. Includes walk along the island to some of the best viewpoints. Lunch on the island.
14:30pm – Return boat ride to Puno
17:00pm – Arrive into Puno.
If you are looking for information about Lake Titicaca Tours, visit FindLocalTrips.com where you can compare itineraries, operators and prices.
Lake Titicaca lies on the border between Peru and Bolivia. On the Peruvian shore sits the city of Puno, while on the Bolivian side lies Copacabana.
If you are looking for information on the best buses to take to Puno or Copacabana, visit our passes page. Select your departure city, the countries you want to visit, and amount of time you have to travel. Then browse our passes to see which include your desired stop in Puno or Copacabana.
Do the tour prices include the island entry fees? Do I need to take extra money?
Yes, all of the tour prices include the associated island entry fees. If heading to the islands of Taquile and Amantani we advise to take some money for souvenirs as they are renowned for some of the finest woven goods in Peru.
Does the tour include a ride on one of the traditional reed boats?
No, this experience is optional and can be paid directly to the locals on the island.