Miraflores Park, A Belmond Hotel, Lima | Lima
Floors 5, 6 and 7. Featuring 1 king or 2 twin beds, sitting
area and a bathroom with separate tub and shower. Size: 45 m2.
Floors 3, 8 and 9. Offering the same features as above, plus
access to the Executive Lounge. Size 45 m2.
Floor 4. 1 king or 2 twin beds, a sitting area, a lovely terrace
with open-air garden and a bathroom with separate tub and
shower. Size 45 m2.
Floors 4, 5, 6 and 7. These Suites offer incredible ocean
views, 1 king or 2 twin beds, sitting area and a bathroom
with separate tub and shower. Size 45 m2.
Floors 3, 8 and 9. Amazing ocean views, 1 king or 2 twin
beds, sitting area and a bathroom with separate tub and
shower, plus access to the Executive Lounge. Size 45 m2.
Floors 4, 5, 6 and 7. King bed, sitting area and bathroom
with a Roman tub, Spanish shower and sauna. Size 60 m2.
Floors 8 and 9. Features as above, plus access to the
Executive Lounge. Size 60 m2.
Floors 4, 5, 6 and 7. Wonderful ocean views, 1 king or 2
twin beds, sitting area and bathroom with separate tub and
shower, plus sauna. Size 45 m2.
Floors 8 and 9. Spectacular views, king bed, sitting area and
bathroom with sauna, separate tub and shower, plus access
to the exclusive Executive Lounge. Size 45 m2.
Floor 10. Living area with a separate bedroom and king
bed. Bathroom with separate tub and shower. Access to the
Executive Lounge. Size 120 m2.
Floor 10. Private plunge pool, living area with separate
bedroom and king bed. The bathroom has a sauna, separate
tub and shower. Access to the Executive Lounge. Size 240 m2.
24-hour Security, Bar, Business Centre, Conference Centre, Disability Services, Gym, Internet Access (Complimentary), Kiddies Club, Laundry Service (Available), Library, Malaria Free, Meal on Request, Pool, Restaurant, Secure Parking, Spa
Air Conditioning, Balcony / Deck, Bath, Clothes Press, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Disabled Rooms, Electrical Outlets, Hair Dryer, Heater, Internet Access (Complimentary), Iron / Ironing Board, Laundry Service (Available), Lounge Area, Mini Bar, Plunge Pool, Safe, Satellite / Cable Television, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Television, Verandah, Wheelchair Friendly
Airport Shuttle (Available), Babysitting Service, Chauffer Service, Credit Card, Foreign Exchange, Room Service, Room Service (24 hours)
This bohemian district is known for its artist studios, 19th century plazas and houses and picturesque parks. Art lovers should not miss to visit Victor Delphin`s Home & Studio, a famous Peruvian artist and sculptor, and Mario Testino`s MATE Museum. Mario is one of the world`s most influential photographers, well-known for his pictures of the British Royal family, his work with famous actors and beauties for the greatest international magazines and his creative exhibitions and books.
Relax and indulge in our sumptuous selection of mini-sandwiches and sweet petit fours. You will be accompanied by a pianist who performs his soothing repertoire every evening at 6.30pm in the hotel lobby.
Lose yourself to the romance of Miraflores with a serene bicycle ride through the district and along the coast. Bicycles can be borrowed from the hotel free of charge
Great films for youngsters are screened on the second floor of the bar. Includes popcorn and cookies.
Attractions of land and sea combine on this fascinating guided tour of Paracas Bay, located south of Lima. You will see the famous three-pronged “Candelabra” geoglyph, covering an area of 120m and clearly visible from the sea; the Ballestas Islands with their beautiful rock formations and abundant marine life (sea lions, penguins and a vast number of birds), and the National Reserve’s on-site museum, boasting relics of the important pre-Inca Paracas civilization. Before returning to Lima, a sumptuous seafood lunch is served overlooking the ocean. This activity can be combined with a visit to the famous Nazca lines, a series of ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert, in southern Peru. They were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
See the Peruvian Paso horse in action at a private hacienda outside Lima while enjoying a delicious lunch of Peruvian specialties. The Paso is a one-of-a-kind breed whose elegant lateral gait resembles dancing. Skilled riders will show the horses off to dazzling effect as they step in time to the beat. Furthermore visit Pachacamac, one of the largest religious centers on the Peruvian Coast. Pachacamac contains various pyramids, temples and large plazas, where visitors can enjoy a pleasant walking while exploring the site.
Circuito Magico Del Agua (The Magic Water Circuit) was inaugurated in May 2007, and holds the Guinness Book record for the largest fountain complex in the world, displaying 13 distinct fountains. All of the fountains are illuminated at night, many with continuously changing colour schemes. A colourful laser light program synchronized with classical and Peruvian music makes the fountains sparkle and shine as the water flows in unique patterns and shapes.
Take children and friends to feast on a picnic of tasty local snacks while having fun in the park.
We invite our smallest guests to express their creativity in this engaging outdoor activity.
Our mascot, Sariri lives with her family in the pond in front of the hotel. We invite young guests to visit her and feed her the special food that we provide.
Whilst Pisco may nowadays be the secret ingredient of cocktails in trendy bars around the world, there is nothing like tasting Peru’s national spirit or its classic Pisco Sour on home terrain. For the full experience, our bar-tenders offer daily Pisco lessons.
A wide choice of international dishes with a focus on Asian, Mediterranean and Peruvian
flavours. Innovative cocktails and snacks served on the elegant terrace. 1st floor.
Daily breakfast with spectacular ocean views. 11th floor.
A contemporary bar offering light fare and an extensive menu of innovative cocktails. The bartender specializes in pisco sours and can invent a new blend at guests’ request. 1st floor
Bed and Breakfast
Spoken Languages: English, Spanish
No. Rooms: 89
Special Interests: Beach / Coastal, Cycling, Gourmet, History & Culture, Leisure, Relaxation, Shopping, Watersports, Wine
Rio Sagrado, A Belmond Hotel, Sacred Valley | The Sacred Valley
Each of these bright, vibrant rooms is unique and offers stunning views over the Urubamba River and across the Sacred Valley. Includes one king-size or twin double beds with a private terrace. Size 42 m2.
These incredible, light-filled spaces combine the essence and colors of Peru with indulgent, European minimalistic décor. Features one king-size or twin queen-size beds with large private terrace and garden.
Overlooking the Urubamba River this villa offers 3 bedrooms (one with twin beds, two with queen beds) and 3½ bathrooms, a dining room, living room with fireplace and full kitchen. Size 220 m2.
Beautiful residence with 3 bedrooms (two with twinbeds, one with a king-size bed) and 3 bathrooms.
Features a studio (loft space), a spacious coveredterrace, dining room, living room with fireplace and full kitchen. Size 330 m2.
24-hour Security, Bar, Barbeque Facilities, Eco Friendly, Internet Access (Complimentary), Malaria Free, Meal on Request, Pool, Private Vehicle Available, Restaurant, Secure Parking, Spa, TV Room
Air Conditioning, Balcony / Deck, Bath, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Dressing Gowns, Fan, Hair Dryer, Internet Access (Complimentary), Iron / Ironing Board, Lounge Area, Mini Bar, Safe, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Television, Underfloor Heating
Airport Shuttle (Available), Chauffer Service, Credit Card, Foreign Exchange, Room Service, Room Service (24 hours), Travel Desk
Enjoy a special Sacred Valley lunch beside the Urubamba River. Start with a delicious pisco sour cocktail and tasty snacks, then continue with a variety of dishes featuring local ingredients,
including many from our own garden.
Connect with Mother Earth through one of Peru’s oldest culinary traditions: savor a selection of meats, tubers and vegetables cooked over hot stones underground.
Discover how to prepare delicious local dishes.
Choose between two options:
1) Specialty course—master some of Lima’s flagship dishes, such as ceviche, causa or quinoa tabbouleh.
2) Full menu course—this includes an appetizer, a main dish and a dessert, all crafted from Peruvian ingredients.
A fun family activity in the garden, Movie Night brings children and adults together under the stars, snacking on delicious popcorn and sipping muña tea beside the Urubamba River. A selection of light bites, desserts and drinks is also available from our chef’s special menu.
Enjoy a delicious lunch Urubamba River and the impressive nature surroundings. The menu incorporates, homemade breads, garden salad, as a main course we offer three types of meats and local pumpkin cheese cake.
Enjoy a reinvigorating and relaxing 60 min. yoga session in beautiful natural surroundings as you enhance your body’s strength and flexibility.
Discover the origins of Peru’s national spirit and sample some of the tastiest varieties before learning how to prepare a refreshing pisco sour cocktail.
Practice relaxation and stretching exercises overlooking the river in the hotel gardens.
Have fun with all the family as you maneuver and guide your kite to the rhythm of the wind.
Embark on a scenic horseback ride through native forests, pastures and streams, visiting local communities along the way and, at journey’s end, a magnificent waterfall.
Feel the rush of adrenaline as you course along the fast-flowing waters of the Urubamba River while admiring magnificent terraces and an Inca bridge along the way. Stop to relax and replenish your energy over some delicious Peruvian snacks.
Thrill to the excitement of ziplining, a totally safe and exhilarating way to soar over the magnificent Sacred Valley. The zipline is reached by a rugged 35-minute hike, with some parts of the route roped for safety.
Led by a shaman, this ancient Andean ritual enables you to give thanks to Mother Earth, or Pachamama, for the life that she gives us, and to make special personal requests.
Children may feed and pet our baby alpacas.
Youngsters needn’t miss a minute of fun: try table football and sapo (a Peruvian coin-tossing game).
Arty youngsters can express their creativity while discovering a new alfresco activity in one of Peru’s most enchanting landscapes.
Peruvian cuisine featuring organic vegetables, spices and fruits from the on-site garden; guests can
handpick ingredients for their meals. Indoor and outdoor seating (B 6am-10am; L 12pm-4pm; D 6pm-10pm).
Just 20 meters from the Urubamba River, guests can relax with cocktails to the soothing sounds of the water. Large selection of wines, spirits and liquors; indoor & outdoor garden seating (10:30am-10pm)
Located next to the pool, overlooking the mountains, this is the perfect place to enjoy delicious cocktails, snacks, sandwiches, salads and desserts (10am-5pm, weather permitting).
Beneath a group of willow trees in the garden, just steps from the river, this is without doubt the most beautiful spot in the Valley for a BBQ lunch (12:30pm-3pm, weather permitting).
Bed and Breakfast
Spoken Languages: English, Spanish
No. Rooms: 23
Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Cycling, Fishing, Flora, Gourmet, Hiking, History & Culture, Indigenous Culture / Art, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Sports, Star Gazing, Watersports, Wildlife, Wine
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel | Machu Picchu
This is the perfect sanctuary for simple relaxation with one king or two twin beds, 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows, plus an inviting dining area for two and minibar. Decorated with local crafts and eucalyptus beams, this casita includes a room heater, a colonial style wardrobe, robes, Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, plus a complete set of environmentally friendly toiletries and a safety box, all provided for the comfort of our travelers.
A fireplace in front of a dining area, plus a spacious newly renovated bathroom, create an ambience of informal elegance. These attractive casitas have one king or two twin beds, with 100% cotton sheets and hypoallergenic pillows. Amenities include Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, robes, a colonial style wardrobe with plasma screen with DirecTv, plus a complete set of environmentally friendly toiletries and a safety box.
A spacious setting offers a separate area for reading and relax, plasma screen with Direct TV, with iPod speakers next to the fireplace, plus the possibility of a terrace. One king or two twin beds, 100% cotton sheets along with six posh hypoallergenic pillows, a room heater, separate sitting, minibar, dining for two and a large private bathroom with a telephone provide this casita with added comfort.
Amenities include Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, robes, a colonial style wardrobe plus a complete set of environmentally friendly toiletries.
An expanded Junior Suite with a lavish bathroom that includes a marble basin and telephone. One king or two twin beds, 100% cotton sheets along with hypoallergenic pillows, a colonial style wardrobe, a room heater, separate sitting, dining for two, minibar, a plasma screen with DirecTV and work area in front of a fire place, provide this casita with additional comfort.
Amenities include Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, robes, safety box, iPod speakers, a complete set of environmentally friendly toiletries, and a complimentary bottle of Pisco.
Experience VIP treatment, beginning with turndown service three times a day and an array of added amenities, such as free satellite internet access, plasma screen satellite TV with DVD player, iPod speakers, minibar, safety box and cordless telephone. Personalized comfort is assured, with one king or two twin beds, 100% pima cotton sheets plus room-controlled heating, closet area, robes, Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials, outdoor shower, heated plunge pool and a day bed. The luxuriant marble bath has two basins, independent shower and toilet.
A private paradise with a personal garden and covered terrace, plus heated plunge pool, extra-large day bed, and outdoor shower. This beautifully appointed space includes an expansive sleeping area with king bed, 100% cotton sheets and additional seating. A second room features a gracious area for working or relaxing, as well as dining for four in front of an open fireplace.
The luxurious marble bathroom has two basins and a secluded garden view tub, a double closet, a separate shower and commode, two cotton robes and Andean slippers crafted from recycled materials. The acclimatized room includes free satellite internet access, plasma screen with DirecTV and DVD player, iPod speakers, complimentary minibar, safety box and cordless telephone. This casita includes additional Inkaterra amenities, plus the added conveniences of the Suite and three-daily turndown services.
24-hour Security, Activity Desk, Bar, Eco Friendly, Internet Access (Complimentary), Laundry Service (Available), Restaurant, Spa
Complimentary Wi-Fi, Hair Dryer, Internet Access (Complimentary), Pure Cotton Linen, Safe, Shower, Television
A variety of excursions are available within the five hectares (12.3 acres) of pristine cloud forest surrounding Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, a quiet retreat for the mind and body, as well as a base for numerous adventures and explorations. Home to an incredible diversity of fauna and flora, the hotel’s trails lead to cascading streams and historically sacred sites. During their stay, travelers may choose to explore a particular subject, become involved in one of our projects or simply immerse themselves in the spiritual wonder of the area.
The hotel offers varied excursions covering a range of three difficulty levels: Easy (I), Moderate (II) or Difficult (III). Each activity can be substituted by various others of the same duration. Some excursions require pre-booking and additional payments.
All excursions are guided by one of our trained professional Inkaterra Explorer Guides in Spanish or English (other languages available upon request, and may be subject to additional charge)
The restaurant and adjacent terraces were built as a large glass house with an exceptional view of the Vilcanota River and the surrounding green mountains.
Breakfast: 5:00 a.m - 10:00 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Dinner*: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Tea time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Cocktail Hour: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
- Capacity: 70 guest / 18 tables
- Reservations upon arrival.
- Maximum groups of 4 guests per table.
- Groups that require a larger table can be accommodated at the Café Inkaterra.
This restaurant blends Andean cuisine and architecture with a contemporary approach, creating innovative fusion-style fare. Café Inkaterra is situated under a traditional Amazonian Ese’Eja palm-thatched roof, and is decorated with regional crafts.
Both an experience and a destination, Café Inkaterra features an intimate setting overlooking the Vilcanota River. It is the ideal place for travellers to unwind, far from the crowds, after visiting the ancient Machu Picchu Citadel and wait for their train after check out.
Lunch:11:30 am. - 4:00 pm.
Tea Time:4:30 pm. - 5:30 pm.
Dinner*:6:00 pm. - 10:00 pm.
- Reservations upon arrival
- Capacity: 90 guest / 23 tables
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Spoken Languages: English, Spanish
No. Rooms: 83
Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Flora, Gourmet, Hiking, History & Culture, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Wine
Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa | Cusco
Bed and Breakfast
Titilaka | Lake Titicaca
The most popular and requested room category, our Premium Corner room, with preferred view: Dawn and Dusk sides from the same room, offers a spectacular panoramic views of the lake.
Luxuriate and lap up at the contemporary Dusk rooms with an exceptional view of the vast Lake Titicaca, submerging you in its mystique and making you feel profoundly relaxed with its breathtaking highland landscape.
Rest and relax at the Dawn rooms with a magnificent view of the immense lake, submerging you into its mystique and comforting you with its breathtaking beauty.
Relax at this homely accommodation with a wonderful lake view, one of our king rooms is equipped with facilities for people with disabilities.
24-hour Security, Activity Desk, Bar, Battery Charging Facilities, Disability Services, Eco Friendly, Internet Access (Complimentary), Laundry Service (Available), Malaria Free, Meal on Request, Mobile Connectivity, Restaurant, TV Room
Air Conditioning, Bath, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Disabled Rooms, Fan, Hair Dryer, Heated Towel Rails, Heater, Internet Access (Complimentary), Lounge Area, Pure Cotton Linen, Safe, Satellite / Cable Television, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Underfloor Heating, Wheelchair Friendly
Airport Shuttle (Available), Airport Shuttle (Complimentary), Babysitting Service, Chauffer Service, Credit Card, Room Service, Room Service (24 hours)
Explore the Uros floating islands and the Island of Taquile on this full-day trip, one of our most popular excursions. Neither land, sky, or water, but rather at the intersection of the three, Totora, or junco reed roots, serve as unique building material for the floating islands of the Uros Titino communities of Lake Titicaca.
The Islands of Lake Titicaca excursion brings our guests close to the islands’ Uro-Aymara communities, providing a unique opportunity to grow personally acquainted with the men –skilled reed raftsmen–, and women, - expert weavers famous for their craft–, as well as the ancestral techniques used to keep their islands afloat, among other aspects of their remarkable heritage.
In Taquile, for example, guests will experience the Quechua imagination in the textile weavings unique to the area and recently included in UNESCO’s Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Enjoy lunch outdoors as you treat yourself to the grandeur of Puno’s deep blue skies mirrored across Lake Titicaca with views of Bolivia’s Cordillera Real, or Royal mountain Range, in the background.
The Aymara Route excursion, spanning a whole day, entails growing acquainted with the geography, neighboring communities, nature, and privileged views of the Chucuito peninsula and Acora.
Delve into pre-Incan times in the legends and stories your guide will offer and learn about Lake Titicaca’s importance in the local worldview and means of subsistence. Grow closely acquainted with the unique interconnectedness of man and nature surviving to this day.
Be it by car, on a bike, or by foot, make your way through the paths meandering through open fields and pastures. Reaching the privileged views of natural lookouts, enjoy the lake’s extensive reach. As part of the excursion, guests will see the lodge’s neighboring communities and locals engaging in daily labors, birds in their varying ecosystems, archeological remains, and astonishing landscapes.
Along the way, stop and enjoy your specially prepared lunch in the company of the lake’s calm and majestic views.
On the way to or from the airport, stop and see Lampa, a colonial-period architectural gem and previous Spanish colonial stronghold in the area.
Known as the ‘Pink City’ for the lively coloration of its town walls, Lampa invites travelers to visit its church, old mansions, and squares. Renown in the region for its architecture, the Lampa church is the only local temple built exclusively for the use of Spanish landowners. Explore its mysterious catacombs and an impressive replica of Michelangelo’s “La Pietá.”
Perhaps the region’s largest and most important pre-Hispanic funeral ground, the archeological complex of Sillustani provides evidence to the area’s rich past while offering visitors privileged views of Lake Umayo.
Host to a number of chullpas, or ancient funerary tower-like structures, built exclusively to house the remains of nobles and distinguished individuals, Sillustani is among the best kept archaeological sites in the area. Sillustani provides visitors with a range of chullpas in varying architectural forms resulting from changing time periods and power shifts of peoples like the Pucara, Kolla, and Incas. Note, for example, the pre-Incan towers’ rustic appearance and smaller size in comparison to the Incan period’s larger and more sophisticated chullpas. Made up of rocks weighing between 2 and 6 tons, the largest tower in the complex, known as the Lizard Tower, is estimated to have taken over 50 years to build.
Combining archeology, history, and unforgettable views, Sillustani is a must-see location.
Stop and explore the epicenter of the region’s evangelizing mission of indigenous peoples during the Spanish conquest in Puno’s Juli and Pomata churches, this last one used as a model in the construction of other South- American colonial-period temples. Located between Cuzco and the historic mining town of Potosí, these religious centers are at the intersection of millenary cultural legacies, the mining rush, and the clash of faiths.
As the evangelizing fervor spread and competition for followers and acknowledgment grew fiercer in the region, six churches were built by request of rival Catholic congregations. Harboring the construction of four churches in the XVI and XVII centuries, the town of Juli came to be known as the “Little Rome of America,” while Pomata grew famous for its baroque church, built entirely out of red pumice stone, or piedra pómez roja.
The churches display impressive architecture, including gold leaf altars –a technique unique to the time–, as well as notable paintings of the vice regal period and large bells which can still be heard to this day. Recently restored, these offer a journey into the past, one you’ll be able to enjoy peacefully, seeing as travelers rarely make it here. On your way back, you’ll see the mysterious
Aramu Muru, or Wilka Uta portal, a human-sized rectangular frame carved into a massive red rock, similar to sandstone. The mystical Aramu Muru was previously used as a holy site for rituals to the Sun god or Inti during the time of the Incas.
The Colla Route, part of the original network of Incan roadways, runs through the rocky mountain area near the lodge.
Leaving early in the morning, the traveler has numerous route options to choose from along the Colla Route or up to the Titilaka Archway. While walking, you’ll be able to enjoy views of the area and Bolivia’s impressive Cordillera Real, or Royal Mountain Range. Continue onto the Hilarata Summit, where you will be rewarded with amazing views of Lake Titicaca and the Altiplano below
where the Santa Rosa and Thunuhuaya communities are located. Allow Lagoon Chatuma, where locals hold rituals and ceremonies to this day, to surprise you with its beauty.
Accompanied by our specialized guides, you’ll be led in detecting, identifying, and even mimicking bird songs as you attempt to establish an exchange with native species. As part of your experience, you’ll visit different ecosystems where you’ll be able to find a wide range of local birds.
Explore the excellent birdwatching in the conserved protected wetland near the lodge. A member of the RAMSAR Convention on wildlife, this neighboring protection site is home to some 103 species of migratory and residential birds, several of which are only native to this area.
Departing early in the morning or late in the afternoon, you’ll find birds leaving for breakfast or returning home for a night’s rest. Some species are highly recognizable on account of their colorful feathers while others are harder to spot in the opaque and subdued tones of their plumages, a protective measure ensuring camouflage from prey. Depending on the season, you’ll be able to see flamingos and Great crested grebes, among other species.
(only Saturdays and Sundays)
The people of the Peruvian Altiplano are faithful to many historic traditions, among them, bartering or trading as a main form of payment and commerce. Sunday is host to the trading of agricultural products, with a colorful display of a variety of potatoes, quinoa, chuño, among other local goods not seen elsewhere.
The Marketplace Visit offers a unique opportunity to participate in the lively shopping experience of the local people. Gathering inhabitants from Lake Titicaca, neighboring areas, as well as visitors to the area, participate in this lively dynamic as you peruse the unique species in your trip to the market.
(according to Festivities Calendar)
Known as the Peruvian Capital of Folklore, Puno is host to some of the region’s most renowned traditional festivals. Among the most celebrated and popular, the feast of the Virgin of la Candelaria, declared Intangible and Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO boasts over 360 pre and post-colonial dances. Weaving together a unique version of local history, this festival is held each February and gathers around 40,000 people. Storming Puno’s streets with vibrant dance and lively traditional wear made solely for the celebration, the Virgin of la Candelaria is the region’s most representative celebration.
Titilaka has identified 12 local feasts near the lodge, and if your stay with us coincides with any of them, our guides will gladly assist you in enjoying these. Be among the few travelers who have experienced these typical Peruvian
The first nautical sports facility on Lake Titicaca, our boat house offers you the exclusive opportunity to sail at more than 12,000 feet above sea level. Choose among kayaks, Canadian canoes, paddle boards, and sunfish sailboats, or try them all as you explore this wonderful body of water.
Experienced Titilaka instructors are at hand to look over your safety and explain navigation procedures before you begin your nautical journey. Explore the lake at your pace while enjoying the serenity of its views and silence. Discover the nearby ecosystems strewn among its shores and Totora reeds, an ideal location to observe local wildlife and plants making Titicaca their home.
Don’t miss views of the lodge as you make your way through the lake and look forward to snacks and refreshing beverages on our outdoor terrace once you’re ready to head back.
Undoubtedly one of our most memorable journeys, cycling through the fields of Platería offers unforgettable scenery as you explore outdoors under Puno’s blue sky.
Crossing varying terrain, you’ll follow rural paths along the lakeshore where you will see locals participating in their daily activities, possibly in traditional wear. Be it farming the earth with old-fashioned tools, or employing old school means of transportation like a donkey for Totora reed gathering, locals can be seen working in the company of their playing children.
Enjoy the freedom and fresh air in this engaging activity where you set the pace and direction.
Puno’s clear skies and the Altiplano’s serenity collaborate to make the lake’s environment a perfect place for astrological observation. Layer up before stepping outside to our lodge gardens where your guide will explain the movement of stars and locate constellations such as the Wawawara Hawira, or Milky Way.
Learn about the religious beliefs of the Andean societies, with duality between the sun and moon serving as origin of the world and cosmic order. Partake in the oral tradition, a local source of knowledge, as you listen to legends and stories passed down from generations from ancestral time to this day.
Allow our guides to gently lead you on a raft through masses of Totora reed near the lodge as you learn more about this local hydrophilic plant species. Explore the lake’s ecosystem and learn about the close relationship existing between the peoples inhabiting the lake and its natural resources.
Used in a number of ways, Totora reed is part of the local diet as well as a construction material for housing. The system for Totora reed distribution is similar to that used for property or land, with reed distributed among locals for harvesting.
This nutritious reed also provides a special ecosystem for birds such as the goldcrest, flightless grebe, moorhen and heron.
Consider the magnificent views, hues, and impressive Andean geography while you walk along rural paths near Titilaka. Visit a local community and learn more about the traditions and practices of Andean life in the Peruvian Altiplano. Observe local agricultural and fishing practices, an essential part of the daily routine.
Fully Inclusive - Bed, All Meals, Fees and Activities