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Puno Titilaka - Full Comprehensive Experience 2days / 1night


Titilaka, a modern lodge on the shores of Lake Titicaca, offers a luxurious refuge from which to explore the treasured natural, cultural and historical resources of a remote mystical region with all the requisite comforts for a relaxing an enriching experience. Titilaka is located on a secluded private peninsula, 45 minutes from Puno. Wrap-around terraces and relaxing ambiances create a privileged vantage for breathtaking sunrises and peaceful sunsets in this serene, lifegiving cradle of Inca civilization.

Prepare to be overwhelmed; expect to be completely at peace, connected with the timeless spirit of Lake Titicaca, surrounded by intensely blue sky and water.

Indulge and immerse yourself in the splendor and spirit of the lake at Titilaka. Surrounded by stunning scenery and astounding Andean geography, Titilaka’s contemporary design integrates with the natural environment, paying homage to the ancient Titicaca, origin of the great Inca culture.


Enjoy a 2-, 3- or 4 day getaway at Titilaka, the perfect place to complete your discovery of the highland plateaus, with its trademark service, comfort and natural amenities that affords you a restful refuge after a day’s exploration.

Your experience begins from Juliaca Airport or Train Station, where you will be transported in private service with driver and bilingual guide. Take your pick from excursions around the hotel according to your ability or aspiration: by car, boat or hiking: visit the living cultures of the Quechuas and Aymaras, set off to Taquile, Amantaní and the floating man-made reed islands of Uros; visit the splendid colonial churches of Juli, Pomata and Lampa; or bird watching from the hilltops of Perka and Inc Anatawi.

At dusk delight at tea time followed by a well-deserved blissful nap. Enjoy cocktails, wine or aperitifs served right on the magnificent waterfront as you watch the idyllic sky, starry night sets in getting you ready for dinner. Relish Titilaka’s nutritious meals based on the region’s exquisite cuisine with local ingredients: fresh trout from the lake, alpaca meat from the highland plateaus and incredible varieties of potatoes and healthy “longevity” grains, such as the famed quinoa.

     
Titilaka
     

Facilities:

   
     
Modern-day architecture with indigenous touches, essentially integrating vital elements: fire, air, water and earth, into the cozy and opulent refuge for an unparalleled Lake Titicaca experience:
     

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Private peninsula overlooking a 270 degree view of the lake

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Contemporary lines and earthy colors in integrated spaces which reflect the peaceful, pure and simple life of the locals. Generous and panoramic spaces that allow guests to view the tableau of the surroundings: sky converging with the lake, natural light and wraparound terraces

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary All suites overlooking the lake. Furnished with one king or two double beds, ample closet and individually controlled heated floors.
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Lake-view spa bathrooms with heated floors, fully equipped with extra-soft towels, handmade bath amenities, oversized tub and massage shower.
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Suites are equipped with high-count cotton sheets, feathered duvet covers, extra pillows, safe, writing desk, phones, mini bar and I-Pod dock.
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Lounge, dining room and bar, with wraparound terraces overlooking the lake
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Fully equipped communication center or media room
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Fully equipped spa and heated pool overlooking the lake (2009)
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary First aid, oxygen available and 25-minute access to local hospital.

 
 
Services:
 

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary In-room dining and breakfast in bed available

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary 24-hour room service

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Oxygen bottle in all floors

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary International phone service

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Complimentary Internet access

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Interactive conservation & social responsability programs

 

 
Location and Access:
 

Titilaka is strategically located on a private peninsula in Titilaka, Puno. Bounded by scenic Andean landscapes and one of the most exceptional geographic locations of the highland plateaus, it reminds us of the Scottish highlands or the Patagonia, with clear crisp blue air and intense sunlight on the vast pastures. Titilalka is located on the western Peruvian coast of Lake Titicaca, amidst small hamlets of Quechua and Aymara cultures scattered around the lake or at the base of small hills to protect themselves from the high winds and strong sun. The hotel has its own private road and small jetty and an outstanding view of both sunrises and sunsets over the lake.

Lake Titicaca is the world’s highest lake navigable to large vessels, at 12,500 feet (3,810 m) above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America, astride the border between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east. It covers some 3,200 square miles (8,300 square km), is 50 miles (80 km) across at its widest point, with an average depth of 107 meters.


Titilaka is located 2 hours from Juliaca airport by car and boat, 45 minutes south of the city of Puno and 40 minutes by boat from the Taquile and Amantani islands, between Puno and the Bolivian border. It can be reached in approximately 5 hours by car and 10 hours by train from Cusco, and approximately 6 hours by car from Arequipa. You can also arrive at Titilaka via Bolivia just 2 hours driving.

 
Titilaka - Lake Titicaca
 
Excursions included:

 

  • SAILING ON TOP OF THE WORLD
    Experience the splendor and spirit of Lake Titicaca surrounded by stunning scenarios and outstanding Andean geography of the surrounding islands. This unique excursion includes the services of a skilled sailor who will take you to see some of the most impressive panoramic sights of this part of the lake.
    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: I

    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: birds, boat and photos, boat
  • INCA ANATAWI
    Your excursion begins with a car ride south of Titilaka. You will then climb a slight ascent by foot, up a rocky mountain, to reach the remains of an Inca Trail. There, you will find some polished stone seats, which were finely carved out of large rocks. This is a vantage point to enjoy the panoramic view of the vast lake. After your descent, visit the local community and view their colorful textiles.
    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: I
    I
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: local community and archaeological site
  • SOCCA BEACH
    Your excursion begins by walking east of Titilaka. Walk down a peninsula to visit the rustic community of Socca. Continue the excursion down the broad sandy shores of Lake Titicaca, between wetlands and farms, where you can appreciate the agricultural practices of the locals and learn about their customs. This is a great place to relax and behold the unique sceneries around the highest navigable lake of the world.
    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: I

    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: birds, photos and astronomy

          RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN

  • ROWING THROUGH THE REEDS
    Take a rowboat or kayak excursion through the totora reed near the hotel. The totora reeds are aquatic plants used by the locals for different purposes ranging from construction to food. Just like land, the reed areas are divided among the villagers, who every so often harvest them for various uses. The reeds also provide a special ecosystem for birds such as wrens, grebes, moorhens and egrets.

    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: I
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: birds, boat and photos
    RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN
  • BIRD WATCHING
    Lake Titicaca is part of the RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands, a conservation and protection of the wetlands and its wildlife. Here, you can find more than 60 species of birds, including waterfowl, shore birds, and others found inland.
    Depending on the season, you can see migratory birds such as flamingos, shorebirds, aquatic birds, and others. You may also see the resident birds such as a variety of ducks, herons, and grebens. From the Titilaka Hotel one can see the Titicaca grebes (Rollandia microptera), endemic birds to the Titicaca Basin (Peru and Bolivia) in their natural habitat. They are in danger of extinction according to CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). The Bird Watching route is determined according to the season and location by monitoring the habitats frequented by these birds.
    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: II
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: birds and photos
  • TITILAKA ARCH
    Take an introductory walk around the Titilaka refuge. During this excursion, witness the community lifestyle around the hotel by observing residents in their daily tasks. Then ascend towards a stone arch at the top of a hill from where you can see the landscape, a magnificent view of the lake, the community within, and the stunning environment
    .
    Duration: 1/4 day
    Difficulty Level: II
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: photos and local community
  • TAQUILE
    Take a boat ride to the island of Taquile, where you can see the beautiful snow peaked mountain ranges of Cordillera Real in Bolivia. This traditional island is inhabited by people of Quechua origin, as opposed to the majority of population of Puno who are of Aymara origin. Taquile is its own world, completely detached from the rest of the world. The inhabitants maintain their ancient Quechua traditions. The scenery is stunning. The red soil contrasts with the intense blue of the lake. The sky provides a striking background with the snowcapped mountains of the Cordillera Real. On the higher part of the island are remains of ancient stone buildings, somewhat like houses and roads.

    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: II

    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning
    Attractions: photos, boat, local community, birds and archaeological site
    RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN
  • UROS
    Enjoy a guided visit to the Uros floating islands on Lake Titicaca. Located on the National Reserve of Titicaca on the Bay of Puno, these islands are made from totora reeds. They are home to the Uros community, which pre-dates the Inca civilization. They call themselves kot-suña or people of the lake. They claim to have "black blood", as they are consequently immune to the cold, and consder themselves the owners of the lake and its waters. They continue surviving economically on the islands through fishing, weaving, and now tourism.
    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: I

    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: photos, boat, local community, birds
    RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN
  • SILLUSTANI
    Enjoy a guided excursion to Sillustani, a peninsula facing the Umayo lagoon, only a short distance from Puno. This site was a burial ground for the Pucara, Tiahuanaco, and Ccolla pre-Inca cultures. They lived in the region at different times, long before the Inca expansion. The tower-like structures known as Chullpas, which symbolize life and birth, are impressive ancient tombs from the pre-Inca period. They served as burial places for chiefs and other important people. Later, the Incas inhabited the site and made their own versions of these towers. This is why there are two types of chullpas: the rough, smaller pre-Inca towers, and the smooth, larger Inca towers. The largest tower took about 50 years to construct, and consists of rocks weighing anywhere from 2 to 6 tons. This is an interesting site to visit, which combines archaeology, history and the rustic landscape.
    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: I
    I
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: photos and archaeological site
    RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN
  • MOUNTAIN BIKING TO INCA ANATAWI
    With a high demanding difficulty level, this excursion takes you on an approximately two-hour bike ride through the local communities towards Inca Anatawi, the chosen name for the remains of this Inca Trail. It is built upon the edge of a rocky mountain. The ascent up the Inca Trail is moderate, although you may have some difficulty after your bike ride. The view from the top is beautiful. There you will find some seats, which were finely carved out of a rock. After the descent, you may enjoy some refreshing snacks before your return to the hotel.
    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: I
    II
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: bicycle and local community
  • LOCAL FESTIVAL
    Puno is the folkloric capital of Peru. The fusion of Catholic and Andean beliefs has created an intense tradition of festival celebration as a part of its culture and customs. Each feast includes an infinite number of dances and the regions' typical cuisine. Guests may visit neighboring local communities during its festival season according to the calendar of festivals, which we can provide upon request.
    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: I
    I
    Frequency: According to festival calendar - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: archaeological site and photos
  • PERKA
    Start the excursion by sailing west of Titilaka towards the totora reeds, and observe these aquatic plants that are still used by locals in their daily tasks. Continue to the shores of Chucuito Peninsula. Here you will have an opportunity to see shore birds such as ducks, Andean gulls, flamingos, and grebes. Then visit the homes and farmlands of the locals. Perka is a quiet community that doesn't have any connection with tourism. You can enjoy its beaches and some aperitifs on the shores of the lake in the relaxing peaceful ambience.
    Duration: 1/2 day
    Difficulty Level: I

    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning & Afternoon
    Attractions: photos, boat and local community
  • INCA ANATAWI, ARAMU MURO, JULI AND POMATA
    This excursion begins by visiting Inca Anatawi. You will take a car ride south of Titilaka, and then ravel up a rocky mountain by foot to reach and interesting Inca Trail remain. Here you will find some polished stone seats, which were finely carved out of large rocks. This is a vantage point for enjoying the panoramic view of the vast lake. After your descent, visit the local community and view their colorful textiles. Continue the journey south to visit the doorway of Aramu Muro, believed to be aninter-dimensional portal by local shamans. Then, visit the beautiful colonial churches of Juli and Pomata. These were the center of evangelization int he highland plateaus. The churches boast striking architecture, gold-leafed altars, remarkably maintained paintings of the viceroyalty era, and massive bells that still toll up to today.
    Duration: Full day
    Difficulty Level: I
    I
    Frequency: Daily - Schedule: Morning
    Attractions: photos, archaeological site and local community

 

OTHER EXCURSIONS AT ADDITIONAL COST (consult rates)
In Peruvian Territory: Amantani, Lampa and Tinajani

In Bolivian Territory: Sun Island and Tiahuanaco

 
Titilaka - Lake Titicaca
 


The program includes:

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Round trip transfers between Juliaca Airport or Puno Train Station and Hotel
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary Overnight and Full Board (a la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner), minibar and beverages (except pre
mium brands)
Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary
Choice of excursions by boat or by car with driver, English speaking guide -other languages available upon request- and basic equipment. Includes Taquile, Uros, Sillustani, Juli and Pomata, Amaro Muro (check list available).

Pacaya Samiria 3 Days 2 Nights - Itinerary 10% Hotel service charges



It does not include:


- Legal 19% (VAT) applicable to Peruvians or foreign residents in Peru for accommodation and meals taken in the hotel
- Airfares and local airport taxes
- Additional bar consumptions
- Personal insurance, expenses and tips
- Any service not specified in the program

 



 

Price per person per night - King Suites

Located in the first and second floor with dawn view. These rooms have one king size bed

 Single Occupancy USD 589
 Double Occupancy USD 455
 Additional Person (sofa bed) USD 455
 Children USD 223

Price per person per night - Dawn/Dusk Suites

Dawn or Dusk at your choice. These rooms are located on the second and third floor

 Single Occupancy USD 705
 Double Occupancy USD 552
 Additional Person (sofa bed) USD 552
 Children USD 223


Price per person per night - Corner Suites

Only two rooms located on the third floor and have both views: dawn and dusk

 Single Occupancy USD 913
 Double Occupancy USD 725
 Additional Person (sofa bed) USD 725
 Children USD 223

 

Description:


All suites have magnificent views of the immense lake, equipped with heated floors, fully equipped bar, Ipod dock, personal safe, portable oxygen tank, centralized lighting switches, telephone and coffee table. Bathrooms are also equipped with heated floors, double sink console, separate shower stall, overflow bath tub, ecological bathroom kit and hair dryer.

 

Notes:

¬ Check-in: 12 noon – Check-out 10:00 am
¬ Children rates applicable to 11 years old and younger in a Double Room. Maximum 2 children sharing a room with 1 or 2 adults.
¬ Additional person rate applies for children over 12 years of age
¬ For children 5 years old and younger, accommodation and breakfast are free of charge: other meals and services may be paid directly at the hotel
¬ Maximum 1 additional person per room
¬ Extra night, same rates apply
¬ Programs and rates are subject to change without prior notice

 

   
 

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