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    I saw machupicchu I saw the sacred valley so thery are so beautiful but, to have a experience with andean family was a unique... thank you mama Rosa from amantani

    April Smith UUEE. Colorado.

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    I do not like writing such comments, but I have to say Machupicchu is an amazing place, in fact it's the reason I came to Peru. But I think the lake titikaka was my favorite place, I do not regret doing it, I am glad I did with this company, they have made this experience so much better than I expected ... thanks for the service andes titicaca.

    Johan huges Canada.

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    Hello, I decided to visit the floating islands in 3 hours, I could not believe how people can live there floating, I think it is one of the Most interesting places I've seen in my life. Our tour guide was wonderful he explained us about these islands and made it much more understandable, the service was perfect, and a lovely staff, Thank you AndesTiticaca... I highly recommend it.

    Shyly catton m. (London UK.)

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    This tour was a lot of fun with beautiful scenery and full of knowledge, this tour was one of the most complete for me, very well planned thanks to this beautiful experience, great staff, our group was small that made the visit even Better ... it is a lot recommended.

    Tamara Cox. (traveler)

Bus tickets

Puno - Copacabana, La Paz, Chivay, Cusco, Arequipa, Guided bus tours Puno Cusco, Guided bus tours to Arequipa or vice versa, Lima, Nazca, Train.


Car Renting, Transfer airport to Hotel or viceverse, boat rent in the lake licensed, safe taxis to touristic places, private car rent with a driver.

Free Tours

birthday discount tours, 3 hours walking downtown Tour, Students discounts, free downtown maps, free professional tour guide (based on tips).

There are plenty of places around lake TITIKAKA that are worth seeing

Lake Titicaca, is a large, deep lake on the Andes, right at the border of Peru and Bolivia. it is the largest lake in South America. considered the "highest navigable lake on the planet", with a surface elevation of 3,812 metres (12,507 ft) Although this refers to navigation by large boats.