Inspired and experts in adventure kayaking
US$ 400 or S/. 1332 per 1 person (private)
US$ 200 or S/.670 per person (min 2 people)
This day will be unique and tailor-made vacation out there on Lake Titicaca, paddling, meeting new people, watching the beauty of the surroundings.
This first day begins with the visit of Uros Islands.
Early pickup from your Puno hotel and go on to Uros by kayak and then to Llachon by motor boat, our kayaks will also travel with us loaded on the roof.
Ronal picks up our passengers, so you don’t have to worry about how to get to kayak departure point. Just be ready at 6:50 am.
Here, after 15 min of drive and a safety briefing we receive the appropriate safety equipment and embark on our 0ne hour kayaking adventure to Uros reed islands.
We’ll be exploring the Uros islands on arrival.
There are more than 80 floating islands, it’s possible to step on one of those islands.
The guide explains about its building.
After 1 hour of visit to Uros we’re finally leaving Uros islands to Llachon at 9:00 am by motor boat, the kayaks are loaded on the roof.
After 2 hours navigating to Llachon we’ll reach our embarkation point.
We will start the second part of kayaking hugging the shoreline along the Capachica Peninsula until we reach the tip from where we’ll see the next island: Amantani.
Today we’re paddling across the open water and past small rocky places over to Amantani Island.
This adventure kayak takes about 3 hours, then on arrival to Amantani Island we’ll be disembarking on its southern tip (Occosuyo community) and start hiking along
the island to our family host house, beautiful ambiance.
Visit the village and in the afternoon settle into our rural lodge for dinner and overnight.
Beautiful views of the surrounding lake-shore including the Cordillera Real on the Bolivian side of the lake.
Taquile Island is our destination this second day.
It is located 36 km away from Puno city, and 12 km from Amantani Island which will be reched by kayaks in our case.
Sun is rising while we’re getting ready to paddle toward Taquile Island.
Today we’ll proceed to explore the Island of Taquile.
Our host famlily we’ll tell us Adios (Goodbye). We’ll enter in our kayaks and begin paddling to our last destination: Taquile.
It is located 12 km approx from Amantani, this mean we’re spending at least 3 hours paddling with breaks.
When we arrive to Taquile, Alsuno Port, we’re walking up to the restaurant where we’ll be explained by the guide about their art textile.
People still keep their ancient traditions: weaving and knitting.
We’ll learn how married and single people wear.
Lunch is based on Trout and Quinoa Soup.
This visit will take al least 3 hours since we arrive until we leave the Island to get back to Puno city by motor boat.
When we are already at Uros Islands as a last option you can decide to paddle one more time at Uros reed islands.
At the end of the day we’ll back by boat to Esteves Island and you’ll get transferred to your hotel by our driver.
DAY 1: Kayak from Bay of Puno to Uros Islands, from Llachon to Amantani
Get ready for departing by boat to Llachon.
On the way to Llachon you’re going to enjoy beautiful landscapes.
Arrival time to Amantani.
A local family comes down for welcoming us.
DAY 2: Kayak from Ticonata to Amantani Island
Get ready for departing by kayaks from Amantani to Taquile.
On the way to Amantani you’re going to paddle on open water.
Lunch at Andrea’s restaurant (after 30 min walking up).
Before lunch you’ll receive information about Taquile’s art textile.
What is included?
NOTE: Just in front of us stands Amantani Island, we’re paddling on the vastness water of Lake Titicaca.
Our Amantani Titicaca 2 Day kayak begins from your hotel in Puno city with the pickup and kayaking to Uros islands, the first day.
This very first day we’ll also stir our kayaks from Llachon to Amantani Island after we’ve navigated to there by motor boat.
The next day we’ll kayak from Amantani to Taquile Island. Simply amazing.
Finally, after lunch in Taquile; return by boat to Puno.
Typically, sea kayakers dream of calm waters and soft tail winds but on Lake Titicaca you’ll have both.