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The birthplace of the Incan Empire

Located on a private peninsula on Lake Titicaca, Titilaka provides travellers an enigmatic sense of peaceful solitude at nearly 4000 metres above sea level. Go deeper into this ethereal landscape to discover traditional communities and ancient ways.

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15°54'07.6"S 69°44'10.6"W

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The Lake

  • The lake and surrounding "altiplano", or high plateau, provide Titilaka with an expansive, sublime, and pristine natural backdrop that never fails to impress.
  • The largest lake in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world.
  • It was the foundation of the most influential pre-hispanic cultures of the Andean Region. Titilaka lies at 3810 m.a.s.l. / 12500 f.a.s.l. with an average summer temperature of: 16.5°C - 3°C / 62°F - 37°F and a winter temperature of: 16°C - -2.5°C / 61°F - 27.5°F.
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Tales & History

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Local cultures

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Nature (fauna & flora)

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Flights to Juliaca Airport

  • LATAM
  • Lima: 4 flights daily - 110 min
  • Cusco: 2 flights daily - 40 min
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Scenic Drive to Titilaka

  • Cusco: 10 hours
  • Bolivian Border: 2 hours
  • Arequipa: 7 hours
  • Colca Canyon: 7 hours
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Train to Puno

  • Three times a week
  • Departs every Wednesday (7:10 am), Friday (7:50 am) and Sunday (7:50 am)
  • 10 hours travel time
  • Pick-up at train station and transfer to Titilaka (2 hours)
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Distances to Titilaka

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