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Uros floating islands, half day tour

Leave the city behind and come to the Uros Islands to learn about one of the most interesting communities in the world. The Uros have lived on floating islands made from a reed called totora for more than two centuries. These people have learned to survive in the middle of Lake Titicaca by carrying out activities such as fishing, hunting and gathering. Currently these people also raise animals, but their main economic source has become tourism. During this tour you will be able to talk to them, see their houses, learn how they build and maintain the islands and learn many other interesting facts.

General information

Price / 45 USD per person

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Everyday at 9:00, 12:00 and 15:00 hrs


3 hours

Included and not included

Pick-up and transfer to your hotel.

Private transportation (only passengers doing the tour)

Entrance tickets to the port and the Uros.

Experienced tour guide

All fees and taxes


Gratuities for the guide (optional)


Pick up from your accommodation (9:00 am)

We pick up all participants from their hotels. Our pick-up area covers the center of Puno, we can also pick you up from another area if you notify us in advance.

Departure to the Uros (9:30 am)

We depart to the Uros floating islands using a lake boat. During the tour you will be able to see the landscape of the beautiful Titicaca lake.

Arrival in the Uros islands (10:00 am)

Once we arrive in the floating islands, the locals will help you to get out of the boat. In the Uros you will learn how these people live on the floating islands and what else they make with the totora reed. You will also have the chance to take a ride in a boat made of totora reed (not included in the price).

Free time (11:00 am)

During this time you can walk on your on, buy something to eat and just enjoy the tiny islands.

Return to Lima (11:30)

We return to the port and the tour will be done at 12:00 hrs.

What to bring
  • Comfy shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Hut or cap

Are you ready to experience Puno?