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Overnight Luquina Island Homestay Experience from Puno

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icon2 days  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English and 1 more

Overview

Combine visits to three different Peruvian islands with an overnight homestay on this 2-day trip. Get views of the Cordillera Real mountain range and Lake Titicaca, as well as insight into the indigenous cultures that call that area home. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Puno, all entrance fees, basic accommodations, and meals per itinerary provided.
  • 2-day trip to the islands in Lake Titicaca
  • Overnight accommodations with a local family
  • Some meals included
  • Round-trip transportation from Puno
  • Travel between the islands via boat
  • Get a window into the area's indigenous cultures
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Breakfast
Dinner
Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off from City Center
Boat Rides
English-Speaking Guide
1 Night at Homestay
Entrance fees to the islands
Small gift for host family to show appreciation (can be purchased in Puno on the morning of departure)
Personal Expenses
Transfers from Hotels Located Out of the City (Libertador, Eco Inn, Casa Andina Private Collection, Posada del Inca, Mirador del Titicaca, Taypikala, Yacht, José Antonio)
Tips for guide and driver (In Peru & Bolivia it is common to tip your tour guide if you feel he/she provided you with a good service. It is not obligatory but it would be a nice gesture)

Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered
You will be picked up around 6:45 at your central Puno accommodation.

Departure Time

6:45 AM
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Suggestions for Homestay: Sleeping arrangements are basic and you will share a bathroom. All rooms are in different family homes and may vary in accommodations, some houses may not have electricity. Bring with you adequate amounts of water and snacks to avoid paying expensive rates on the islands. Bring enough cash to purchase souvenirs (between 5-20 soles) and extras on the islands. Remember to respect the ecology of the islands any trash you bring in please bring out with you upon your departure and do not take any native plants or rocks from the islands
  • What to bring: Warm clothing and light clothing (the temperatures can vary very quickly). Torch/flashlight, sun hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, hiking shoes, water bottle (you can buy one also on the islands), money in soles (very low exchange rate for dollars), sleeping bag (optional), rain jacket/rain poncho (rainy season from October to March), small gift for host family to show appreciation (Cooking or kitchen materials, souvenir from your home country or children's books)
  • NOTE: Please take a SMALL backpack with you on the trip and leave your BIG backpack at your hotel. You will return to Puno after the tour
  • Minimum age is 7 years
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Bamba Experience Inc

If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.

If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Overnight Luquina Island Homestay Experience from Puno?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers.

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This tour was ok. The boat ride is...
Vanessa J
, Oct 2017
This tour was ok. The boat ride is very slow and takes a long time to reach the islands. The homestay was ok, our family was not so interested in the activities so put a downer on our experience and we missed the fiesta. The other groups had fun. The walking is steep but the views are amazing
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Great tour including intimate...
Charlotte D
, Dec 2016
Great tour including intimate experiences and close interactions with the local families and their cultures. However you can book this tour with your hostel when you get to puno for much cheaper as I found out afterwards.
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Worth visiting but watch high attitude...
Ernest L
, Oct 2016
Worth visiting but watch high attitude, eat medicine before
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Enjoyable but we did not have all...
Alana B
, Jul 2016
Enjoyable but we did not have all the information entering this trip. Expect to spend LONG hours of transit on a boat, STEEP hike to your house, and then following day at taquile do another long hike for no new experience. Not for elderly or injured. Had to pay 30 soles extra for food and transit.
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The boat was in good shape and...
Jessica U
, Jun 2016
The boat was in good shape and everything left on time. Our guide was very nice but his english was hard to follow. The floating islands were touristy and seemed a little sad given their entire economy revolves around selling their reed trinkets. But it was still very interesting. Amantani was gorgeous and a definitely highlight. The host family was lovely and I really enjoyed the home cooking. Our rooms were sparse but clean and there were plenty of blankets. Beds were not comfortable by US standards but definitely got a good night sleep -- we were tired from the hike and traveling. Would recommend. Keep expectations low for floating islands.
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This was a fantastic tour with a...
Niamh M
, Apr 2016
This was a fantastic tour with a very interactive programme. The first stop at the reed islands explained how they are able to float. It also offers an additional trip on a reed boat for 10 soles, 3. This was a strange experience though the children from the island came on and sang to us, then immediately looked for money and tips. This lowered the tone of the entire tour. We met our hosts and were shown to our bedrooms which were amazing, the majority of the other people on the tour agreed with me, with some people who were a little disappointed. The food cooked for us was amazing, fresh and huge portions. The party that night was so much fun with everyone dressed traditionally, but again we were asked for tips. Just be aware of this. Overall, a great experience.
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