Sunset Row at Lake Titicaca

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  • Approx. 3 hours
  • Group Size: 3 - 10 (max. 5 per canoe)
  • April through December

This canoe trip of about 3 hours consists of paddling through the channels formed by the reed, typical for Lake Titicaca and which also serve as habitat for a huge number of birds. From here you can watch the beautiful sunset: without a doubt, a great experience to complement your visit to Puno.

The tour begins in the afternoon, at 15:30. Our starting point: Hotel GHL, located on Isla Esteves. Here your guide will welcome you and give you a briefing, explaining all the necessary details about the tour. Afterwards it’s time to receive your equipment and step aboard!

Price Includes

  • Polynesian canoes for 6 people (incl. guide)
  • Equipment such as life jackets and dry bags
  • Support and safety boat
  • Trained English speaking guides

Price Excludes

  • Transfers from your hotel to the starting point and back

What to Bring

  • Comfortable and warm outdoor gear (hat, gloves)
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Poncho
  • Reusable water bottle
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Why is this Sunset Canoe Trip on Lake Titicaca RESPONSible?

Obviously, the canoe is a completely CO2 neutral and silent way of transportation on any lake. Together with your local guide you will enjoy a low-impact visit and observe the flora and fauna from a unique perspective.

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Travel Designer: Álvaro
Alvaro and his polynesian canoe at Lake Titicaca

After many outdoor activities around the world, Álvaro decided to establish in Puno and take a new activity to Lake Titicaca. He brought two Outrigger Canoes to the lake because he believes that these vessels offer an exclusive and unique way to connect with the beautiful nature of the lake, its calm waters and wildlife. He loves working with the local population and offers tours to some of the islands of Lake Titicaca as well as the Paracas Bay on the coast south of Lima.

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