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Magic of Lake Titicaca
Called the Sacred Lake of the Inca, Lake Titicaca is one of the highest navigable lakes in the world. All throughout the area, local traditionas of the Andean people are infused into every aspect of life, from cultural museums to Indian markets. Located on the scenic shore of Lake Titicaca, this hotel is designed to introduce guests to the cultures of the Andes.
• 2 Nights Inca Utama Hotel and Spa
• Roundtrip Ground Transfers
• Copacabana, Sun and Moon Islands, the Reed Islands & Andean Roots Cultural Center Tour
• Tiwanacu Ruins and City Tour
• All Meals
Arrive Lake Titicaca:

After breakfast, transfer by bus to Juli Harbour. Visit the Church of Juli, and a local Indian market, before boarding a hydrofoil on Lake Titicaca. Visit Moon Island and the ruins of Inak Uyu, the Sun Virgins' Temple. Here the most beautiful Incan maidens gathered to become the wives of the Inca nobles. Continue to Sun Island where you will visit Pilcocaina Sun Temple and enjoy a llama trek on Inca trails. Visit the Inca Staircase and Sacred Fountain to taste the sacred water believed to give eternal youth and happiness. Enjoy lunch at "Uma Kollu" restaurant. Afternoon hydrofoil cruise to the Taquina Straits where you will see fishermen in their Titicaca reed boats, with a stop at Quewaya Island, one of the Urus Iruitos Floating Islands. The Urus-Iruitos culture dates back to 5000 B.C. There are currently 32 families participating in the Quewaya Sustainable Tourism Project where the local community produces vegetables in greenhouses. In the evening, visit the "Mystic World of the Kallawayas". The Kallawayas are the native healers of Bolivia. They believe that you have first to heal the soul in order to heal the body. Meet "Tata Benjo" who will read your future as he casts his sacred coca leaves. After your busy day, relax and enjoy a candlelight dinner. Overnight.

(Lunch, Dinner, Accommodations, Utama Hotel and Spa)
Lake Titicaca:

Morning hydrofoil cruise to Pariti Island. A new archaeological discovery on Lake Titicaca, the Aymara Empire which governed from 850 BC to 1300 AD, selected this island for important ceremonies and transcendental meetings. A new local museum displays fine Tiwanaku ceramic pieces from that period. Continue by motorboat through Totora Reed canals to Kalauta Island. Visit the Island's ChullpasBurial Towers - and stone village. Return to Huatajata to the Inca Utama Hotel. A special attraction at the hotel is the Andean Roots Cultural Complex, a living museum set up to preserve the local traditions and culture of the Andean people. It is a unique interpretation center that includes the Altiplano Museum chapel, a botanical garden, and an artisan and fishing village where you can observe traditional techniques. There is also a museum dedicated to the culture of the Urus Chipaya civilization, where you will see the mud igloos and floating islands of this civilization dating back to the last glacial period. Lake Titicaca is known for its reed boats, and you may be able to meet the Limachi Brothers, builders of RA II, and Tigris, the reed boats Thor Heyerdahl used in his expeditions. There is a full size replica of the RA II here. If you feel like pampering yourself, you can arrange optional treatments at the Kallawaya Natural Spa, which offers a sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, coca cream massages, and other natural medicine treatments for stress and relaxation. After dinner, visit the Alajpacha Observatory for a memorable cosmic experience. Overnight Inca Utama Hotel.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Accommodation, Inca Utama)
Depart Lake Titicaca:
Morning visit to the pre-Incan ruins of Tiwanacu, once an important ceremonial center. After, transfer to La Paz or Puno and continue to your next Avanti destination!

(Breakfast, Inca Utama)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change