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Immerse yourself in the rich cultural history of the Lake Titicaca region during a two-day catamaran journey on the highest navigable lake on the planet, visiting cultural centers, pristine villages, and the legendary birthplace of the Inca Empire, the Isla del Sol.
Day 1: La Paz - Lake Titicaca, Bolivia - Day 1 of 2
Departure Time: 06:00 hrs
Duration: 2 days
Transfer from La Paz to Copacabana, Catamaran Trip to Isla del Sol, Chua Harbor (L/D)
After an early transfer to Copacabana Sanctuary, you will start with a brief guided visit. At the Copacabana harbor you will board a Catamaran cruise ship to sail to Sun Island, the legendary birthplace of the Incs Empire. You will continue with a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural Complex, which includes two underground Museums of Archeology and Anthropology, the Traditional Medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca Terraces, a handicraft display, the Intica Lounge and at the Manco Kapac gazer a variety of Andean camelids. The complex is available only to Catamaran cruis ship clients and it included a unique sailign experience on board a huge Titicaca traditional reed vessel.
Board back the Catamaran cruise to continue sailing as you enjoy an amazing buffet lunch. You will witness breathtaking views of the Andrean Mountain Range and the Tiquina strait.
The cruise will arrive to Chua harbor, where the itinerary conitues with a short walk and visit to a typical house inhabitated by an indigenous couple that will share their knowledge and history to all visitors. Later will be served on board and after having enjoyed an indigenous folkloric performance. When the time comes, you will spend the night on board.
Day 2: Lake Titicaca - Puno, Peru - Day 2 of 2
Pariti and Kalauta, Pata Patani, Puno Transfer (B/L)
After enjoying your buffet breakfast, you will continue navigating through the amazing Lake Titicaca towards the islands of Pariti and Kalauta and the Andean lake community of Pata Patani.
Pariti Island was supposed to be a ceremonial site, visited by people from beyond the Andes because of its mysticism. After Pariti the itinerary continues to Kalauta Island navigating in typical fishing barges that will allow a unique experience rowing among the totorales (reed plants) giving a special sense of peace and mysticism that this pristine area of the Lake provides. The itinerary continues through a large amount of Totora reeds to finally reach again the Catamaran Cruise Ship.
You will enjoy a lunch on board the Catamaran before reaching the indigenous community og Pata Patani. Here, visitors experience the lifestye, traditions and day-to-day activities of the inhabitants. This community is very rooted to ancient traditions and still makes a livelihood of fishing. A visit to the Pata Patani Museum is also in the itinerary, giving an opportunity to visitors to see the oldest best preserved Andean mummy called Tani.
Afterwards, the Catamaran Cruise takes you to Tiquina strait to then transfer to the city of Puno. Safe travels!
Cancellation by Client: Cancellation before requesting any transfer/activity - Full Refund Cancellation after requesting any transfer/activity - No Refund
Please keep in mind that in some cases there are few passengers booked for this tour, and as such, it may be run as a private tour instead of a small group.