Things To Do in Juliaca & Juliaca Airport Layover Ideas
Things to do in Juliaca if you have a Juliaca Airport Layover or Extended Juliaca Airport Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Juliaca Airport or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Juliaca.LayoverIdeas.com
Duration: 3 hours
Priced From: USD 16.50
The highlight of Lake Titicaca, the Uros Islands, are a small group of handmade floating surfaces in the lake. The locals use a natural reed that grows around to make the islands. The history and the way to make their floating islands are considered unique in the world. Come to see this incredible way of life and learn more the history of this great rural community.
Duration: 4 hours
Priced From: USD 19.00
The tour is pooled and is held in the afternoon. Sillustani is a small peninsula on the shores of Lake Umayo located to the North of Puno. This site was an Inca cemetery and in here it's possible to see big funeral towers made by this great civilization. Hiking is required during the tour.
Duration: 4 hours
Priced From: USD 25.00
The Sillustani burial site is an amazing complex made up by huge cylindrical tombs where the Pukara Culture used to bury their elite. It is said the Incas conquered them in the XV century and continued building theses graves improving the technique. Nowadays it is still possible to observe well preserve tombs including some carving icons.
8 hoursPriced From:
USD 33.00Spend 8-hours with enclosed access to Lake Tititcaca and its people. Depart from the Puno's Pier heading to Uros Floating Islands, embodied by an amazing tribe that settled down in the lake for centuries. Witness their peculiar lifestyle with a professional guide. Head to Taquile island, the 'Taquileños' is an indigenous community well known for their fine handmade textiles, which are considered the best weavers in the region. Enjoy delicious Peruvian food on the island with a gorgeous view of the Lake.... Read More
Duration: 9 hours
Priced From: USD 33.00
Relax and enjoy a full-day guided tour on Lake Titicaca in Puno, Peru. You will visit the curious floating islands of the Uros people and take an optional reed boat ride, and then travel out to Taquile Island to observe the communities that live there, have lunch, and absorb the beautiful scenery. Ride relaxed with hotel pickup and drop-off as well on this sightseeing tour not to be missed.
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USD 34.00The archaeological site of Sillustani is located 22.3 miles away from the city of Puno (34 Km., 35 minutes drive) and at an altitude of 12,858 feet (3,840mts.) above sea level. This visit allows visitors to enjoy stunning highland landscapes and imposing pre-Inca architecture. The site is strategically positioned on the top of a peninsula surrounded by a beautiful lagoon called Umayo lagoon. The archaeological site of Sillustani was a cemetery built in the XIII century by a civilization that occupied the area before the Inka domination. The creators of the imposing cylinder burial towers are known as Kolla people. The most imposing burial towers were built for the chiefs and priests. For our ancient cultures, the cemeteries were important resting places for the deceased people. Therefore, our ancestors would strategically choose for burial ground.... Read More
Duration: 3 hours
Priced From: USD 34.99
<p>Escape Puno and take a half-day trip to Sillustani, an ancient pre-Incan burial ground located on the shores of Lake Umayo. Discover the roots of the Colla people who were conquered by the Inca in the 15th century. Stroll through the famous above-ground burial sites and discover a hidden city on Peru's beautiful eastern coast.</p>
Duration: 10 hours
Priced From: USD 38.40
Take a tour by boat on the famous Lake Titicaca (the highest, deepest and biggest lake in the world) to the Uros and Taquile floating Islands where you will experience how the native people live and work with totora reeds and weaving. The culture around Lake Titicaca is very spectacular as it is the only place in the world where you can experience so great weavers and totora reed constructors. It is also where the Inca Empire was born and where it all began.
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