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We recommend our clients spend three or four nights at Titilaka.
Days are spent navigating the lake and exploring the nearby floating islands of Uros, kayaking, canoeing, cycling, stargazing, and visiting local markets. Although four hours by boat from Titilaka, the Isla del Sol, Sun Island, is believed to be the birthplace of the Incas and is well worth a visit.
The lakeside terrace is our favourite place to enjoy a cocktail after a busy day of exploring.
Titilaka is located on the banks of Lake Titicaca, a two hour drive from Juliaca airport.
There are direct flights from Lima and Cusco to Juliaca. The flying time is approximately an hour and 45 minutes from Lima and 40 minutes from Cusco. Puno train station is just a 45-minute drive away.
Titilaka lies at 3,810m above sea level.
We would recommend visiting Titilaka between May and October, when rainfall is at a minimum. The high altitude means that the temperature fluctuates hugely between day and night. There are hot water bottles at the end of each bed that are replenished each evening to keep guests extra warm at night.