Peru, the third largest country in South America has always been an exceptional tourist destination. The Spanish conquistadores came here in search of El Dorado and instead found the Incan Empire, a civilization which fascinates people to this day thanks to the remains of Machu Picchu for example, and the Empire’s ancient capital city of Cuzco.
One of the most famous and most traveled regions is the Altiplano with its numerous valleys and snow capped mountains and like an apotheosis, the highest navigable lake in the world: Lake Titicaca perched at an altitude of 3,812 meters. According to Incan mythology, it was the birthplace of the Children of the Sun, and today’s descendants of the Uros Indians continue to sail past the floating islands and the Island of Taquile.
The Hotel Titilaka, located on a private peninsula on the banks of the famous Lake Titicaca, is an intimate, comfortable and authentic 18 room lodge and a declaration of love for this majestic lake and its unique aura.
All the rooms have a view of the lake enabling guests to totally contemplate one of the most enchanting sites in Peru and in all of South America.
The hotel is on a large 4 hectare property, and the interior spaces for welcoming guests are large as well. There are three lobbies, a bar and a restaurant. All the common areas are brightly lit with a peaceful and authentic atmosphere. Peruvian artifacts are on display throughout the hotel, and the employees wear traditional costumes.
The terraces and the jetty are ideal spots for relaxation, observation or simply to get away and contemplate sailing the lake’s tranquil waters, mooring on distant shores or any other scenario one can imagine while on vacation here!
One of the main features of the Titilaka is the wide variety of excursions and discoveries. No need to remain within the confines of the hotel when one can participate in activities like hiking, kayak sailing, bike riding or boat excursions all with the goal of discovering the region and immersing oneself in the superb surrounding nature of Peru.
Excursions also enable guests to get acquainted with the local people and their culture and include a visit to a village of weavers, a visit to Lampa, the pink city of the Altiplano, as well as trips to archaeological sites, markets and local festivals.
Peaceful and ideally located, the Titilaka is an establishment filled with grace in which the soul of Peru can be discovered by simply wandering through tgis extraordinary setting.
According to tradition, Puno, the city closest to the Titilaka, is the birthplace of Incan civilization. Manco Capac, the first Inca is supposed to have risen out of the waters of Lake Titicaca and ordered by the Sun God to found the empire.
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All year round
From 270 €
El Alto International Airport - LPB.
- 7h in summer - 6h in winter
The climate depends on the specific location:
The warmest months are from December to February (25-30°C).
The coldest months are from June to August (15-20°C).
In the Andes
The rainy season runs from December to April with temperatures between 20 and 25° C during the day. Nights are cooler.
The best month for visiting this region is May.
In the Amazon
The rainy season runs from December to April.
The dry season is from June to August (mean temperature - 30°C!).
No required vaccination although Yellow Fever is recommended (indispensable for visits to the Amazon regions). Also recommended are Hepatitis A, Rabies, Dengue Fever and Malaria.
The nuevo sol (NS).
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara.
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).