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Isla Taquile en Puno

Uros, Taquile & Sillustani

All day Tour: Historical - Traditional Min: 1 person
Murilo S
Ótima experiência! Representante da agência sempre a disposição. Guia prestativo e comunicativo, bom local para realizar as refeições. Recomendo utilizarem o representante brasileiro Luis! Muito atencioso e prestativo.
Murilo S
Ótima experiência, recomendo demais!! Vistas incríveis, guia muito bom e todo o apoio prestado pelo Luis, colaborador da agência. Foi muito fácil e prático viajar com a RAP
Elias Pereira
Incrível País incrível e receptivo... Acessória completa em todos os passeios... Destaque para o a gente de Turismo Luiz Carlos Brasileiro, que me deu todo suporte necessário desde a chegada ao Peru e assessoria em todos os Tours... Gracias RAP TRAVEL PERU
Una Aventura increíble en Machupicchu Estuvimos por más de 1 semana recorriendo todo el Perú con la agencia Rap Travel, nos vamos muy contentos porque nos cumplieron con todo y más por lo que recomendamos a esta agencia todo muy coordinado y principalmente Carlitos Vizcarra el mejor guía estaremos pronto de vuelta gracias por todo
Patricia C
Una experiencia única en Perú y Machupicchu Contratamos los servicios de Rap Travel Perú, fue una experiencia muy hermosa, todo estuvo muy organizado el transporte a tiempo los guías muy profesionales todo muy coordinado y u. Saludo muy especial para Carlos y José que estuvieron super 100 % recomendados, volveremos pronto
Leann C
10/10 would recommend Our tour guide did such an awesome job! They made you feel like a part of the family so thank you!!
Amir N
The trip of a lifetime! My best friend and I chose this tour to celebrate our 30th Birthdays - it was Amazing!!! We had a really nice time visiting Cusco, Machu Picchu and going to the Rainbow Mountain. The tour guides were really nice and we told us a lot about everything. We visited in November and for Machu Picchu this was amazing - it was misty in the morning and sunny by mid-morning, so we got to see it with all weather types. Highly recommend going at 6am and spending most of the day there - circuit 2 and 4 were great! We even hiked up one of the mountains. Carlos, Judy, and Wilson were great and really educated us about each site.
Fotios S
Great way to experience Peru The tour was a great way to experience Cusco, the sacred valley, Machu Picchu and the Vinicunca mountain. We only had 4 full days, and it was the right amount of time. I was there with my best friend celebrating our 30th, so we will always cherish this moment. The tour guides (Carlos, Judy, and Wilson) were very friendly and knowledgeable. They helped us get immersed to the history of the Incas, and made us feel comfortable throughout the trip. The accommodation provided as part of the package was very adequate, and the overall experience was great.
Encantos en Cusco Estamos muy contentos con los servicios que hemos recibido. Desde el recojo en el aeropuerto, fueron puntuales con un cartel con nuestro nombre. La habitacion que pedimos fue hermosa en el hotel Mayu con vista a la calle 7 borreguitos, Royer nos atendio muy bien 10/10. La agencia se comunicaba con nosotros todos los dias, para saber como nos hiba en el tour o si es que necesitamos ayuda. Realmente muy serviciales. En aguas Calientes Daniel, estuvo atento con nosostros . El tour en Machu Picchu fue realmente magico. Tenemos que agradecer mucho a Alicia por el tour bien planificado y a Jose Angel por todas las atenciones todos los dias, nunca nos dejo solos.
Servicio de calidad Buena atención, personalizada, se adecuan a las necesidades, escuchan sugerencias y son muy amables, muchas gracias!


Description Tourism Uros Island Puno

With the “Uros Island Tourism Puno”, you can know and enjoy in one day the floating islands of Uros and Taquile Island, but also reach the ancient cemetery of the Qollas.

TOUR UROS, are a group of artificial islands built with totora, an aquatic plant that grows wild on the shores of Lake Titicaca. On your visit to Uros you will see its inhabitants, the Uros, who are a population of very ancient origin that currently resides in Peru, near the bay of Puno.

These floating islands can be raised and lowered following the level of the lake, and their inhabitants can also lift their anchors and move them as if they were barges. Each island houses from three to ten families and the size of the land is proportional to the families to be accommodated. Located at a distance of 7 km from the city of Puno, at an altitude of 3,812 meters above sea level.

TAQUILE belongs to the district of Amantani, Puno, Peru and is located 45 km from the regional capital. It has a population of approximately 2,200 inhabitants. The main village is located at 3,950 masl and the highest point of the island reaches 4,050 masl. The island belongs to the linguistic domain of the Quechua language and its inhabitants are called “taquileño/a”. Taquile is part of the Uros Island Tourism Puno.

It was part of the Inca Empire, to this day you can still see some archaeological remains. This island was one of the last Peruvian towns that capitulated to the Spaniards in the XVI century. Later it was taken in the name of Emperor Charles V and finally passed to the court of Pedro Gonzales de Taquila, from whose surname its name is derived today.

SILLUSTANI, is an ancient cemetery where you can see a series of impressive tombs belonging to the Qolla culture, which developed in the northern part of the lagoon, in the town known as Hatunqolla. These tombs are located on the shores of the Umayo lagoon, in the city of Puno, the archaeological complex stands out for its gigantic “chullpas” (kind of stone towers), built by collas and Incas, to bury their dead.

The Uros Island Tourism Puno is one of the activities that Puno has, many travelers after making the tour of “Tour Uros, Taquile & Sillustani decide to make the tour to Machu Picchu we also recommend it.

Enjoy Uros Island Tourism in Puno


  • Uros (3,810 masl)
  • Taquile (4,050 masl)
  • Sillustani (3,840 masl)


Day 1: Puno – Uros Island – Taquile Island – Sillustani Tombs – Puno

  • 06.30 – 06.50 hrs Transfer from the Hotel to the Port of Puno.
  • 07.00 hrs Departure from the port to the Floating Islands of the Uros by speedboat.  You will be able to observe a beautiful panoramic view of the landscape. In the Uros tour you will learn about the existence of the floating islands of the Uros.
  • Today the people of the Uros still maintain their own culture and tradition, as well as artisanal fishing, especially Carachi and silverside. Then we continue our tour to Taquile, we will navigate by boat for 2 hours and a half. During the navigation we will be able to observe the mountain range – the Cordillera Real.
  • 10.00 hrs We will arrive to Taquile Island and start the tour to Taquile for 35 min. until we arrive to the main square of the town, where our bilingual guide will explain us about its history and then we will taste a delicious typical lunch overlooking the lake, we will have free time to take pictures and buy handicrafts.
  • 14.15 hrs Approximately we return to the city of Puno.
  • 15.30 hrs Arrival to the port. Our mobility and private guide will be waiting for us ready at the port. From the viewpoint we will have a brief explanation and spectacular view of the city.
  • 16.20 hrs Arrival to Sillustani and guided tour. Also, visit rural house in Hatunqolla, located 34 km from the city of Puno, this guided tour will allow us to appreciate the magnificent architecture and engineering of the pre-Inca and Inca period, with phallic shape with 12 m high, large conical blocks of stone that defy earthly gravity, unique in Peru.
  • Enjoy the positive energy of this magnificent sacred place, surrounded by nature, landscape and wildlife (vicuñas, alpacas and Vizcachas). At the end of the tour, we will return to the city of Puno.
  • 18.35 hrs We will drop you off at your hotel.




  • Transfer Hotel/Bay of Puno


  • Professional Bilingual Guide
  • Lake Transportation in Uros Island
  • Visit and guided hike in Uros Island.
  • Contact with the local people in Uros Island
  • Entrance


  • Professional Bilingual Guide
  •  Lake Transportation in Taquile Island
  • Walking on Taquile Island
  • Contact with the locals on Taquile Island
  • 1 night in family houses in Taquile Island
  • 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner on Taquile Island
  • All transfers
  • Entrance


  • Round trip transportation
  • Bilingual professional guide
  • Entrance


  • Tips
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Personal expenses



Uros, Taquile & Sillustani


Minimum 02 persons


  • Transfer IN/OUT
  • Professional Bilingual Guide
  • Tourist transportation
  • Guided tour and hike
  • Entrance fee
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Photo Gallery The best of the Tour!

  • Turismo Isla de los Uros Puno-1
  • Turismo Isla de los Uros Puno-2
  • Turismo Isla de los Uros Puno-3
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  • Turismo Isla de los Uros Puno-6

Frequently Asked Questions about Uros, Taquile & Sillustani

The main points of interest in the Uros, Taquile & Sillustani tour are as follows:

  • Uros (3,810 masl): In this part of the tour, you will visit the Floating Islands of the Uros. These artificial islands were constructed using totora, an aquatic plant that grows in Lake Titicaca.
  • Taquile (4,050 masl): Taquile Island is another highlight of the tour. It has a population of approximately 2,200 inhabitants. Taquile is known for its Quechua culture and its history dating back to the Inca Empire. During your visit, you will walk around the island, learn about its history, and enjoy a typical lunch with a view of the lake.
  • Sillustani (3,840 masl): Sillustani is an ancient cemetery housing impressive tombs belonging to the Qolla culture. These tombs are located on the shores of Lake Umayo, near the city of Puno. The gigantic “chullpas,” stone towers built by the Collas and Incas for burying the dead, are a notable feature of this archaeological complex.

The Uros Floating Islands are located on Lake Titicaca, at a distance of approximately 7 kilometers from the city of Puno, in the department of Puno. These artificial islands are constructed using totora, an aquatic plant that grows wild on the shores of Lake Titicaca.

During the Uros, Taquile & Sillustani tour, Taquile Island offers visitors a unique experience where they can observe and enjoy the following:

  • Incan history and heritage: Taquile Island was part of the Inca Empire and still retains archaeological remnants from that era. Visitors can observe evidence of Incan influence on the island, making it a historically significant location.
  • Island hike: One of the highlights of Taquile is a hike around the island. During this hike, travelers can explore the picturesque landscape, agricultural fields, and trails that provide panoramic views of Lake Titicaca and the surrounding mountains.
  • Quechua culture: Taquile is known for its Quechua-speaking population and rich culture. The local inhabitants, known as “taquileños,” take pride in their traditions and customs. Visitors can learn about Quechua culture and the island’s traditional way of life.
  • Typical lunch: The visit to Taquile includes a typical lunch in the main square of the village. Travelers can enjoy authentic dishes while admiring the beauty of the lake.
  • Local craftsmanship: Taquile is famous for its textile craftsmanship, especially handwoven textiles created by local residents. Visitors have the opportunity to purchase high-quality handicrafts as souvenirs.

Taquile Island is located at an altitude of 4,050 meters above sea level (masl). This altitude makes it one of the highest destinations on Lake Titicaca and in all of Peru. Visitors may experience the effects of high altitude, such as decreased oxygen concentration, so it’s important to take precautions and acclimatize properly before exploring the island.

Chullpas” are impressive and unique archaeological structures found at Sillustani, the ancient cemetery located on the shores of Lake Umayo, near the city of Puno.

Some of the native animals that can be spotted in the region include:

  • Vicuñas: These elegant South American camelids are relatives of alpacas and llamas. Vicuñas are known for their fine wool and are often seen grazing in the areas near Sillustani.
  • Alpacas: Alpacas are common in the Puno region and are raised for their soft and warm wool. They are docile animals and are frequently found in the fields near Sillustani.
  • Vizcachas: These small mammals resemble rabbits and are known for their long, furry tails. Occasionally, vizcachas can be seen running near the structures of Sillustani.

After enjoying the Uros, Taquile & Sillustani tour, travelers have several options for further exploration of the Puno region and its surroundings:

  • Tour to the Islands of Amantaní and Taquile
  • City of Puno
  • Additional visits to the Uros Floating Islands
  • Visits to other archaeological sites: The Puno region boasts other interesting archaeological sites, such as the ruins of Cutimbo or the Chucuito Peninsula.








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