Titilaka Lodge

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Highlights:

Peru, Titicaca National Reserve, kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, sailing, bicycle

From:

US$ 1001

Located on the highest navigable lake in the world, the Titilaka boutique eco-lodge has 18 suites, each with a strikingly beautiful view of Lake Titicaca. Surrounded by intensely blue sky and water, high in the mountains of Peru, the hotel is set on its very own private peninsula with four acres of grounds. Here — in what the ancient Incas believed to have been the birthplace of the universe — you will truly find yourself at one with nature. Discover a retreat that is opulent yet relaxed, and elegant yet simple, while possessing a contemporary design, indigenous accents and colors selected to complement nature's essential elements. All this makes the Titilaka really unique, though it's the lodge's large terrace overlooking the lake that makes it the perfect spot for enjoying the calmness of the water and appreciating the silence and beauty of the surroundings.

Itinerary Details

Room / Cabin / Category
Price
King
USD$ 1001
Amanecer (Double)
USD$ 1214
Atardecer (Double)
USD$ 1214
Corner
USD$ 1595

Included in the price:

  • Overnight accommodations in a selected room category
  • Full board (buffet breakfast, lunch, and a la carte dinner including wine, cocktails), tea time, mini bar in the room
  • Activities around the hotel
  • Lake and land excursions (half-day and full-day)
  • Shuttle services to/from Juliaca Airport or the Puno Train Station and the hotel
  • 10% fee for services
  • $10 (USD) donation to conservation activities in the surrounding communities

Not Included in the price:

  • Beverages premium
  • Personal expenses
AM: On Day 1, you will be welcomed at Juliaca Airport by the lodge’s Guest Services Representative and driven to Titilaka lodge. On the way, you will pass through the city of Juliaca and the port of Puno. On arrival at the lodge, you can check-in, rest and enjoy the scenery. Lunch, based on the local cuisine, is served from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. We recommend an afternoon siesta and drinking plenty of liquids to help you acclimate. Enjoy teatime at 3:00 pm, followed by activities near the lodge in the afternoon. Explore the lake and paddle through nearby totora reeds as you choose from a selection of nautical activities, including kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, and sailing. Or, if you prefer, ride a bicycle through the fields of the district of Platería, take a walk on country paths, or watch local birds and drink in Puno’s striking landscapes. Evening cocktails are served from 6:30 pm, followed by dinner from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This is an active day. If you wish, get up at dawn to witness a magnificent sunrise. Whenever you do wake, enjoy a healthy breakfast in bed or on the lodge’s terrace. In the morning, your guides will take you by car and boat to visit the famed Uros floating islands, near the Titicaca National Reserve. Here you will meet one of the traditional families that inhabit these unique islands. The Uro-Aymara people are a proud culture, where the men skillfully traverse the lake with rafts made from reeds, and the women are expert weavers. Calling themselves kot-suña or, “people of the lake,” the Uro- Aymara were once persecuted by other groups and forced to relocate to Lake Titicaca where they found refuge by creating the islands out of totora reeds. Considering themselves guardians of Titicaca, the Uro-Aymara claim to have black blood that supposedly makes them impervious to the cold. A must for world travelers, expect to see many visitors here. You will then explore Quechua beliefs and culture through the rich weaving tradition on the island of Taquile. Declared a part of UNESCO’s Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, Taquile’s vivid textiles convey complex messages about the wearer’s social status and life. As the island enjoys a privileged microclimate, you’ll likely see men weaving wonderful pieces outdoors. You will then enjoy a picnic against the stunning backdrop of Titicaca’s deep blue skies, the lake’s sapphire waters, and on the horizon, Bolivia’s Cordillera Real (or "Royal Mountain Range"). Return to the hotel around 5:30 pm and enjoy cocktails from 6:30 pm and your á la carte dinner at around 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: After breakfast, and depending on the timing of your departure, you may enjoy a short excursion, an en route excursion, or your one of a range of activities near the lodge. The en route excursion involves a visit to the mysterious, ancient site of Sillustani, home to the area’s best-preserved chullpas, or funerary towers. Once a burial ground for the Pucara, Tiahuanaco, and Colla pre-Inca cultures, and then the Incas themselves, Sillustani’s chullpas offer an ideal opportunity to compare the contrasting pre-Columbian architectonic styles. Symbolizing life and birth, these ancient tombs were used for chiefs and other dignitaries. Made of stones weighing up to six tons, the biggest tower took around 50 years to complete. Offering archaeology and history, in a stunning natural setting, Sillustani is an impressive site that we strongly recommend you see and experience. Farewell takes place at Juliaca airport or Puno train station as you head off to home or your next travel destination.
PM:
Room / Cabin / Category
Price
King
USD$ 1293
Amanecer (Double)
USD$ 1613
Atardecer (Double)
USD$ 1613
Corner
USD$ 2184

Included in the price:

  • Overnight accommodations in a selected room category
  • Full board (buffet breakfast, lunch, and a la carte dinner including wine, cocktails), tea time, mini bar in the room
  • Activities around the hotel
  • Lake and land excursions (half-day and full-day)
  • Shuttle services to/from Juliaca Airport or the Puno Train Station and the hotel
  • 10% fee for services
  • $10 (USD) donation to conservation activities in the surrounding communities

Not Included in the price:

  • Premium beverages
  • Personal expenses
AM: You will be welcomed at Juliaca Airport by the lodge’s Guest Services Representative and driven to Titilaka lodge. On the way, you will pass through the city of Juliaca and the port of Puno. On arrival at the lodge, check-in, rest, and enjoy the scenery. Lunch, based on the local cuisine, is served from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. We recommend an afternoon siesta and drinking plenty of liquids to help you acclimate. Enjoy teatime at 3:00 pm, followed by activities near the lodge in the afternoon. Explore the lake and paddle through nearby totora reeds as you choose from a selection of nautical activities, including kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, and sailing. Or, if you prefer, ride a bicycle through the fields of the district of Platería, take a walk on country paths, or watch local birds and drink in Puno’s striking landscapes. Evening cocktails are served from 6:30 pm, followed by dinner from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This is an active day. If you wish, get up at dawn to witness a magnificent sunrise. Whenever you do wake, enjoy a healthy breakfast in bed or on the lodge’s terrace. In the morning, your guides will take you by car and boat to visit the famed Uros floating islands, near the Titicaca National Reserve. Here you will meet one of the traditional families that inhabit these unique islands. The Uro-Aymara people are a proud culture, where the men skillfully traverse the lake with rafts made from reeds, and the women are expert weavers. Calling themselves kot-suña or, “people of the lake,” the Uro-Aymara were once persecuted by other groups and forced to relocate to Lake Titicaca, where they found refuge by creating the islands out of totora reeds. Considering themselves guardians of Titicaca, the Uro-Aymara claim to have black blood that supposedly makes them impervious to the cold. A must for travelers to the area, expect to see many visitors here. You will then explore Quechua beliefs and culture through the rich weaving tradition on the island of Taquile. Declared a part of UNESCO’s Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, Taquile’s vivid textiles convey complex messages about the wearer’s social status and life. As the island enjoys a privileged microclimate, you’ll likely see men weaving wonderful pieces outdoors. You will then enjoy a picnic against the stunning backdrop of Titicaca’s deep blue skies, the lake’s sapphire waters, and on the horizon, Bolivia’s Cordillera Real, or Royal Mountain Range. Return to the hotel around 5:30 pm and enjoy cocktails from 6:30 pm and your á la carte dinner at around 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This is also an active day. Wake at dawn and witness a magnificent sunrise or rise whenever best suits you to a healthy breakfast of fresh fruits and local cereals in bed or on the lodge’s terrace. The Aymara Route is worth a full day’s exploration, with its landscapes, wildlife, villages, and privileged views of the Chucuito peninsula and community of Ácora. Through the oral traditions that your guide will share with you, you will travel back to pre-Inca times and learn about Titicaca’s central role in the Andean way of life and cosmovision, and the intimate relationship between man and nature here that survives to this day. By car, bicycle, or foot, set your own pace through curving country paths as they cross open farmland. From natural lookouts, drink in inspiring views of Lake Titicaca. Keep an eye out for native birds, archaeological remains and locals going about their daily chores. Lunch will be a picnic while enjoying open vistas of Lake Titicaca. You return to the hotel for dinner at 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: After breakfast, and depending on the timing of your departure, you may enjoy a short excursion, an en route excursion, or one of a range of activities near the lodge. The en route excursion involves a visit to the mysterious, ancient site of Sillustani, home to the area’s best-preserved chullpas, or funerary towers. Once a burial ground for the Pucara, Tiahuanaco, and Colla pre-Inca cultures, and then the Incas themselves, Sillustani’s chullpas offer an ideal opportunity to compare the contrasting pre-Columbian architectonic styles. Symbolizing life and birth, these ancient tombs were used for chiefs and other dignitaries. Made of stones weighing up to six tons, the biggest tower took around 50 years to complete. Offering archaeology and history, in a stunning natural setting, Sillustani is an impressive site we strongly recommend you see. Farewell takes place at Juliaca airport or Puno train station as you head off to your next destination.
PM:
Room / Cabin / Category
Price
King
USD$ 1585
Amanecer (Double)
USD$ 2011
Atardecer (Double)
USD$ 2011
Corner
USD$ 2773

Included in the price:

  • Overnight accommodations in a selected room category
  • Full board (buffet breakfast, lunch, and a la carte dinner including wine, cocktails), tea time, mini bar in the room
  • Activities around the hotel
  • Lake and land excursions (half-day and full-day)
  • Shuttle services to/from Juliaca Airport or the Puno Train Station and the hotel
  • 10% fee for services
  • $10 (USD) donation to conservation activities in the surrounding communities

Not Included in the price:

  • Premium beverages
  • Personal expenses
AM: You will be welcomed at Juliaca Airport by the lodge’s Guest Services Representative and driven to Titilaka Lodge. On the way, you will pass through the city of Juliaca and the port of Puno. On arrival at the lodge, you can check-in, rest up and enjoy the scenery. Lunch, based on the local cuisine, is served from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. We recommend an afternoon siesta and drinking plenty of liquids to help you acclimate. Enjoy teatime at 3:00 pm, followed by activities near the lodge in the afternoon. Explore the lake and paddle through nearby totora reeds as you choose from a selection of nautical activities, including kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, and sailing. Or, if you prefer, ride a bicycle through the fields of the district of Platería, take a walk on country paths, or watch local birds and drink in Puno’s striking landscapes. Evening cocktails are served from 6:30 pm, followed by dinner from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This is an active day. If you wish, get up at dawn to witness a magnificent sunrise. Whenever you do wake, enjoy a healthy breakfast in bed or on the lodge’s terrace. In the morning, your guides will take you by car and boat to visit the famed Uros floating islands, near the Titicaca National Reserve. Here you will meet one of the traditional families that inhabit these unique islands. The Uro-Aymara people are a proud culture, where the men skillfully traverse the lake with rafts made from reeds, and the women are expert weavers. Calling themselves kot-suña or, “people of the lake,” the Uro-Aymara were once persecuted by other groups and forced to relocate to Lake Titicaca, where they found refuge by creating the islands out of totora reeds. Considering themselves guardians of Titicaca, the Uro-Aymara claim to have black blood that supposedly makes them impervious to the cold. A must for travelers to the area, expect to see many visitors here. You will then explore Quechua beliefs and culture through the rich weaving tradition on the island of Taquile. Declared a part of UNESCO’s Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, Taquile’s vivid textiles convey complex messages about the wearer’s social status and life. As the island enjoys a privileged microclimate, you’ll likely see men weaving wonderful pieces outdoors. You will then enjoy a picnic against the stunning backdrop of Titicaca’s deep blue skies, the lake’s sapphire waters, and on the horizon, Bolivia’s Cordillera Real (or "Royal Mountain Range"). Return to the hotel around 5:30 pm and enjoy cocktails from 6:30 pm and an á la carte dinner at around 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This is also an active day. Wake at dawn and witness a magnificent sunrise or rise whenever best suits you to a healthy breakfast of fresh fruits and local cereals in bed or on the lodge’s terrace. The Aymara Route is worth a full day’s exploration, with its landscapes, wildlife, villages, and privileged views of the Chucuito peninsula and community of Ácora. Through the oral traditions that your guide will share with you, you will travel back to pre-Inca times and learn about Titicaca’s central role in the Andean way of life and cosmovision, and the intimate relationship between man and nature here that survives to this day. By car, bicycle, or foot, set your own pace through curving country paths as they cross open farmland. From natural lookouts, drink in inspiring views of Lake Titicaca. Keep an eye out for native birds, archaeological remains and locals going about their daily chores. Lunch will be a picnic while enjoying open vistas of Lake Titicaca. You return to the hotel for dinner at 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: This day is flexible, offering you the free time to set your own pace, including just sitting back at the lodge and enjoying the sumptuous views. After witnessing a breathtaking sunrise or lying in, as you prefer, enjoy a healthy breakfast with an assortment of fresh fruits and local cereals in bed or on the terrace. You can then choose from a selection of activities near the lodge for a quarter- or half-day excursion. You can return to the boathouse to choose from kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, or sailing, among other options. Explore the Totora reeds near the lodge, or cycle around the fields surrounding the nearby village of Platería, go birdwatching, or take a leisurely hike. Depending on timing, you can also choose a short excursion such as visiting nearby colonial churches, a portion of the Colla Route hike, a visit to the local market (only Saturdays and Sundays), or birdwatching. Before stepping into the lodge’s spa, enjoy a slow lunch in front of the lake. Cocktails are served from 6:30 pm and dinner from 7:30 pm.
PM:
AM: After breakfast, and depending on the timing of your departure, you may enjoy a short excursion, an en route excursion, or one of a range of activities near the lodge. The en route excursion involves a visit to the mysterious, ancient site of Sillustani, home to the area’s best preserved chullpas, or funerary towers. Once a burial ground for the Pucara, Tiahuanaco, and Ccolla pre-Inca cultures, and then the Incas themselves, Sillustani’s chullpas offer an ideal opportunity to compare the contrasting pre-Columbian architectonic styles. Symbolizing life and birth, these ancient tombs were used for chiefs and other dignitaries. Made of stones weighing up to six tons, the biggest tower took around 50 years to complete. Offering archaeology and history, in a stunning natural setting, Sillustani is an impressive site we strongly recommend you see. Farewell takes place at Juliaca airport or Puno train station as you head off to your next destination.
PM:

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