Puno is a city in southern Peru on Lake Titicaca, one of South America's largest lakes and the world's highest navigable body of water. A regional trading hub, the city's also considered Peru's "folkloric capital," owing to its traditional festivals featuring vibrant music and dancing. Landmarks include the Andean baroque-style Puno Cathedral and the Yavari, a 19th-century steamship (now a bed and breakfast).

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Sillustani Necropolis

In this tour you will meet the Sillustani Necropolis, a funeral complex where you can see a series of impressive tombs belonging to the Kolla culture. During the adventure you will ascend to the top of the peninsula where the Chullpas are located, In addition to the visit to this enigmatic place, you will see through the tour some modules of native dwellings, Camels or Waru Warus, Andean agricultural technology (pre-Inca) and some llamas and alpacas.

Tour Chucuito

Chucuito is located 18 km south of Puno and on the Highway on the way to Bolivia. This traditional town lodged in the Colony the Real Savings Banks, where the currency gathered to be transferred to Lima. In this place you will enjoy the landscape, nature and the Inca remains of the Temple of Inca Fertility Uyo, which according to archaeologists was a fertility shrine years ago. You will visit also the Colonial Churches, the Plaza de Armas, where you will see a Solar Clock made in Marble, a trout Hatchery and a typical indigenous viewpoint located in a circular shape with mud arches where you will see a beautiful landscape.