Watch the Sunset on the Pacific Ocean in Lima and enjoy the city’s stunning architecture.
Explore Cusco, the Capital of the Incan Empire and discover its awe – inspiring streets and Pre-Hispanic buildings.
Savor Peruvian cuisine, with its exquisite and unique flavors. It has been recognized around the world as some of the finest there is.
Be dazzled by the unparalleled beauty of the Sacred Valley and its ancient Incan monuments and villages.
Discover the most spectacular of the Incan sites and one of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu.
You will feel on the top of the world!


🍏 All food on this tour is prepared mostly with local ingredients.

📍 Hotels with this mark are sustainable. We hope you will take them into account when making your reservation.



Day 1: Cusco – Puno: From Cusco to the Titicaca Lake

Day 2: Lake Titicaca: Uros – Taquile & Suasi Islands

Day 3: Suasi Island – Departure

Embark on an extraordinary adventure through Peru with our carefully curated itinerary. From the ancient marvels of Machu Picchu to the vibrant markets of Cusco, each day promises a new chapter in your exploration. Uncover the essence of Peru as you follow this captivating journey. Let the adventure begin!

Day 1: Cusco – Puno: From Cusco to the Titicaca Lake

Today we will embark on the most scenic trip of the Peruvian Andes!

On board a comfortable bus, we will pass different Andean villages, snow capped mountains, and herds of Llamas. Some of our stops include: Andahuaylillas, also known as the Sistine Chapel of America; Racchi, the ruins of a well known Inca Temple dedicated to the God Wiracocha and La Raya Pass, which is the highest point of the Peruvian Altiplano. We will have lunch at a traditional Andean restaurant before we arrive to Puno, the site of Lake Titicaca.

Meals: Lunch
Accommodations: (S) La Hacienda Puno 🍃, (C) Jose Antonio, (P) Casa Andina Private Collection 🍃

Day 2: Lake Titicaca: Uros – Taquile & Suasi Islands

Today we will explore the world’s highest navigable lake, Titcaca, and explore its unique and breathtaking islands.

We will start by visiting the floating Islands of Uros. There are about 40 small islands made totally of totora, a natural reed that grows around the lake. The friendly island inhabitants will invite you to get to know their traditional lifestyle and customs. Continuing our journey across the waters of the lake, we will arrive to Taquile Island, a quaint and picturesque place with a unique landscape due to the Incan terraces built around it. Here we will be able to learn ancestral weaving techniques from the locals… amazing!

Afterwards we will head to Suasi Island, one of lake’s most secluded and remote destinations. From every corner of this small island we can appreciate the vastness of the lake. The island is 106 acres and hosts the lovely Casa Andina Private Collection Hotel. The hotel has been built with local materials such as stone, adobe and totora reeds and has a charming and cozy rustic architecture. Suasi Island is a fabulous spot to relax and enjoy its views, the restaurant’s gourmet food and the activities on offer, which range from canoeing around the island, to short hikes to lookouts during the day or at sunset, walking along the beach or just relaxing at the sauna or massage room.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodations: Casa Andina Suasi Island 🍃

Day 3: Suasi Island – Departure

In the morning we will enjoy breakfast with the breathtaking views of Lake Titicaca. As an optional activity this morning, we can choose some of the activities the hotel offers for us, such as canoeing or hiking, before our departure to the Airport at noon. We will be transferred by speed boat from Suasi Island to the port and then to Juliaca airport in a private transportation.


  • Hotel accommodations for 2 nights with breakfast, as described in the itinerary.
  • Private transportations Bus station / hotel / airport.
  • Lake Titicaca excursions in shared service.
  • Panoramic bus tickets: Cusco – Puno.
  • All admission fees.
  • 2 Lunches included.
  • 1 Dinner included.


  • International & domestic airfares, unless specifically mentioned.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Items of personal nature such as gratuities, internet charges, excess baggage charges, laundry, beverages and meals not described in the itinerary.


Standar: Upon request


  1. Student Discount:

    All travelers under the age of 17 will have a discount. If you are 25 or younger, you can get a special discount with your student card. Please advise by email to give you a code for the discount.

  2. Comunidad Andina De Naciones:

    Special discounts for residents of the Andean Community of Nations.

    Andean Community: corresponds to residents of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia.

Changes: Please read our terms & conditions.



  • Travel Documents: Passport, travel insurance, flight tickets, and any necessary visas.
  • Tickets: Ensure you have you tickets printed or downloaded to your mobile device.
  • Clothing: Comfortable, moisture-wicking clothing for the bus journey, Jacket or sweater for cool Andean temperatures, Hat and sunglasses for sun protection, Comfortable walking shoes for exploring islands, Lightweight, breathable layers for varying temperatures.
  • Travel Essentials: Camera to capture the scenic landscapes, Personal medications and basic first aid kit, Water bottle to stay hydrated, Snacks for the bus journey.
  • Electronics: Mobile phone and charger, Travel adapter for electrical outlets, Portable power bank for charging on the go
  • Personal Items: Sunscreen with high SPF, Lip balm with UV protection, Backpack or daypack for island excursions, Insect repellent for island visits, Personal hygiene items.
  • Optional Items: Binoculars for bird watching on Suasi Island, Travel guidebook for information on the sites, Small umbrella or rain jacket (depending on the season), Swimwear if you plan to use the hotel's sauna or massage room, Snorkeling gear if interested in underwater exploration at Lake Titicaca.
  • Cash: Bring cash in local currency in case you need to buy anything or tip your guides.

Discover essential details about the Cusco to Puno Expedition with our Frequently Asked Questions. From travel timings to Suasi Island activities, we've curated answers to enhance your journey. Explore these FAQs for a comprehensive guide, and if you need personalized assistance, contact our travel experts. Let the anticipation build as you delve into the details of this exciting adventure.

What is the best time to embark on the Cusco to Puno journey?

The best time to travel is during the dry season, from May to September, to enjoy clear skies and pleasant temperatures.

Are there altitude considerations for this trip?

Yes, both Cusco and Puno are at high altitudes. It's recommended to acclimatize in Cusco before heading to Puno to minimize the risk of altitude sickness.

How is the bus journey from Cusco to Puno?

The bus journey is scenic, passing through Andean villages, snow-capped mountains, and cultural sites like Andahuaylillas and Racchi. It's comfortable, with stops for sightseeing.

What activities are available on Suasi Island?

Suasi Island offers activities like canoeing, hiking, and relaxation at the sauna or massage room. Guests can also enjoy gourmet meals and stunning views of Lake Titicaca.

Is there free time for personal exploration?

Yes, there is some free time, especially in the mornings and evenings, allowing guests to explore at their own pace or participate in optional hotel activities.

How is the weather around Lake Titicaca?

Weather can vary, but generally, it's cool. Bring layers, as temperatures can drop, especially during the evening. Check the forecast for specific travel dates.

Can I customize the itinerary or extend my stay?

Absolutely! Contact our travel experts to discuss customization or extension options based on your preferences and interests.

What is the recommended footwear for exploring the islands?

Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for exploring the islands, especially on Taquile Island, which has unique landscapes and ancient terraces.