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Sleep on Uros Island

Puno Region, Peru
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2 days (Approx.)
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Offered in: English and 1 more


Experience Peruvian hospitality and the sublime scenery of the Andes during this overnight homestay on Lake Titicaca’s Uros Island. Travel by motor boat to these unique floating islands, joining a local family for a taste of daily life. Learn about the construction and history of these one-of-a-kind floating homes before spending the day fishing and creating handicrafts. You’ll cap it all off with an evening campfire and breakfast of native lake fish. Your accommodations, entrance fees, one day of meals, a guide, all activities and round-trip hotel transport are covered.
  • Spend the night on Lake Titicaca's Uros Island staying with a local family
  • Discover the construction and history of these unique floating islands in the Andes
  • Join your host family for typical activities like fishing and making handicrafts out of reeds
  • Enjoy an evening campfire under the stars
  • Dine on native Lake Titicaca fish for breakfast the next day
  • Great way to immerse yourself in the Peruvian and indigenous culture of Lake Titicaca


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Salvatore M
, Nov 2017

The stay was nice, but this booking company was very overpriced. Another couple paid half the advertised price through another agency and got the same experience. Recommend booking elsewhere. We didn’t fish as advertised but instead helped the family move a house.

Laurie B
, Apr 2017

We loved the experience on the island with Elsa and Juan and their daughter, Sarita. We speak some Spanish, but we felt we needed a guide to help smooth things out. Francisco did a great job. If you have excellent Spanish, you may be able to do this without the guide. He functioned mostly as an interpreter. For us, he was a needed addition and made the experience fun and memorable. He brought us to one of the schools and allowed us to meet students and teachers. I doubt this is a common occurrence with these tours, but it was meaningful to our children and our family my husband is a teacher.

Product code: 20791P9

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