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Tours in Puno

Enjoy tours from Puno sailing on Lake Titicaca, the highest lake in the world

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Puno Tours

Puno (Peru) is a city on the shores of Lake Titicaca, and it is the only city from which tours of the highest navigable lake in the world depart. On it, there are 80 floating islands made of totora reeds, a plant that grows on the surface of Lake Titicaca: the famous Uros Islands among others. With Howlanders' Puno tours, you will meet families who still live in the traditional way, without technology or luxury. Ready to discover Puno tours?

Lake Titicaca tours

Lake Titicaca is the most popular destination for Puno tours. It is the largest freshwater lake in South America, and it's located at 3,827 meters above sea level. 

It is on the border between Peru and Bolivia, so it belongs to both countries but Peru covers the largest area. Taking the Lake Titicaca tour is not just about sailing, it is about discovering a very different and surprising culture. 

Besides, this place holds some legends and secrets that you will only discover when you visit it. Do you dare?

How to get to Puno

You can get to this city and enjoy the Puno tours in different ways. 

Getting to Puno by plane is the fastest and most comfortable option. It does not have an airport, but it is associated with the one located in Juliaca, only 44 km away. Flights arrive here from Lima (1 hour and 40 minutes), from Arequipa (50 minutes), and from Cusco (55 minutes).

Then, from Juliaca to Puno you can take a bus or a taxi (the price is similar) and the journey takes 55 minutes.

If you decide to get to Puno by bus, it takes 22 hours from Lima, as the capital is located 1,315 km away. From Arequipa, it takes 6 hours and from Cusco 6 hours and a half.