Located in the most touristic part of Puno - Peru
HOTEL TOTORANI INN
The Totorani Inn, located 100 meters from the train station and 1 km from the bus station, offers all the comfort, attention and service that every passionate about tourism needs. It also offers free Wi-Fi and 24-hour reception in Puno.
Totorani Inn is a 10-minute walk from Lake Titicaca and an 8-minute walk from the main square and museums. The airport is 50 km from the hotel.
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In the place visitors can do adventure tourism, walks if you want to visit on foot, nature tourism, trekking in the descent of the walk of approximately 25 minutes of travel and appreciate the beautiful landscapes that the Totorani Waterfall offers us...
Island Taquile, One of the main attractions of Isla Taquile, are the colorful textiles that the clothes used by its inhabitants. Another of the outstanding characteristics are the pre-Inca remains together with its spectacular landscapes. Do not miss the opportunity to visit Taquile Island in Lake Titicaca.
Sillustani is a funerary complex where you can see a series of impressive tombs belonging to the Kolla culture that developed in the northern part of the Umayo Lake peninsula, in the town known as Hatuncolla, 33 km from the city of Puno. Seeing this wonder of nature will be an unforgettable experience.
Floating island in Uros and Amantani
Floating island in Uros, on the island you will be able to appreciate how the houses are built and how the island is built with totora you will be able to experience how the inhabitants maintain their ancestral customs such as fishing in reed rafts.
On the island of Amantaní, the community engages in agricultural activities, weaving and carving in stone. Its inhabitants cultivate potatoes, corn, goose, quinoa, beans and peas. Its natural attractions include two viewpoints to appreciate Lake Titicaca in its entirety and some pre-Hispanic remains.
Juli "The Little Rome of America"
Among the tourist attractions of Juli, its churches prevail, including the Temple of Santo Tomás de Aquino, which is the largest temple in the city and was one of the first to be created by the Dominicans on their arrival in these lands. Today this first temple is known as the Cathedral of San Pedro Mártir, and it is the largest religious structure in the city.
The feast of the Immaculate Conception is an event of great importance for the residents of the city of Juli. In the event, masses and processions are held, in addition to the so-called Great Folk Parade, where Andean dance and music are present. For the party, Juli's gastronomy is dressed up and the city's kitchens prepare the Kjati with Chako and cheese, the favorite of the population in this important patronal event.
Puno is a city in southern Peru located next to Lake Titicaca at an altitude of 3852 m.s.m, one of the largest lakes in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. The city is considered "The Capital of Peruvian Folklore", for its traditional festivals with lively music and dance shows. Puno has a varied climate, the months from December to March are rainy and in the months of June, July and August are the coldest months, however they do not present rain.
Outdoor tourism is recommended as a recreation alternative to the isolation measures imposed by the government due to Covid-19, doing physical activities and being able to enjoy the view with fresh air in open places, activities that we can do As a family, respecting the protocols and taking care of our health.
Tourists are recommended to wear warm and comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain protectors, sunglasses, and water to hydrate.
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What is left over in Puno are the tourist attractions and friendly people. Live the best option to know places of incredible natural beauty, in addition to living an incomparable outdoor adventure experience. Puno awaits you with open arms.