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Islands of Lima Sightseeing Cruise

Islands of Lima Sightseeing Cruise - Lima, Peru
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Lima, Peru

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$98.68

Enjoy a morning boat ride out to the islands of Lima -- Palomino, Cabinzas and El Frontón. After a 30-minute boat ride, you'll arrive at the islands with your local guide and enjoy up-close looks at historic sites and local wildlife like birds and sea lions ... More info ›

Enjoy a morning boat ride out to the islands of Lima -- Palomino, Cabinzas and El Frontón. After a 30-minute boat ride, you'll arrive at the islands with your local guide and enjoy up-close looks at historic sites and local wildlife like birds and sea lions. This relaxing boat ride offers you an escape from the city and a chance to see the scenery and wildlife of the Pacific coast.

After pickup from your Lima hotel, you'll head to the port city of Callao where you’ll board your boat. As you depart Callao and make your way to Palomino Island, you'll see the historic Fort of Real Felipe. Named after King Felipe V of Spain, the fort was used as a defense against pirates. The 200,000-square-foot (18,580-sq-meter) fort is also where the Spanish fought their last battle for independence against the Peruvians.
Next, you'll pass by the island of El Frontón, which previously served as a prison. A former president of Peru, Fernando Belaúnde Terry, was imprisoned on the island as a political prisoner. As you make your way towards Palomino Island you'll pass by the island of Cabinzas, home to many species of birds. As the boat travels by Palomino Island, you'll see native birds and sea lions up close (only a few feet away!) as you take in breathtaking views of the island before heading back to Callao.

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Lake Titicaca and Sun Island Overnight Catamaran Cruise from Puno

Lake Titicaca and Sun Island Overnight Catamaran Cruise from Puno - Puno, Peru
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Puno, Peru

From USD
$409.20

Explore Lake Titicaca and Sun Island on an overnight cruise from Puno! After hotel pickup, head to Copacabana and board a catamaran to begin your adventure through Peru’s Lake Titicaca, one of the largest lakes in South America. Visit Sun Island and the town of Challapampa, where you’ll discover the rich history and legacy of the Inca culture ... More info ›

Explore Lake Titicaca and Sun Island on an overnight cruise from Puno! After hotel pickup, head to Copacabana and board a catamaran to begin your adventure through Peru’s Lake Titicaca, one of the largest lakes in South America. Visit Sun Island and the town of Challapampa, where you’ll discover the rich history and legacy of the Inca culture. Visit the Inca temples Chincana and Pilko Kaina and learn about the importance of these ancient Inca structures. This overnight tour is perfect if you're looking for a mix of history and beauty while visiting Peru.

Itinerary

Day 1: Day1

Stop At: Isla del Sol, Copacabana Bolivia
Day 1:
Early land transfer to Copacabana Sanctuary for a brief guided visit. At the Copacabana harbor you will board
the Catamaran cruise ship to sail to Sun Island, the birthplace of the Inca Empire. In this legendary island you
will visit the Inca Garden, Stairs and Fountain. The itinerary continues with a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural
Complex which includes two underground Museums of Archeology and Anthropology, the Traditional
Medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca Terraces, a
handicraft display, the Intica Lounge and at the Manco Kapac gazer a variety of Andean camelids. The Inti
Wata Complex is the main private tourist attraction in Bolivia, available only to Catamaran Cruise Ship clients
and includes a unique sailing experience on board a huge Titicaca traditional reed vessel for a panoramic visit
to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace.
Afterwards, board the Catamaran cruise again to sail while enjoying a buffet lunch. During this navigation you
will be able to admire the Andean Mountain Range which on the Bolivian side of the lake is breathtaking.
Then the Cruise crosses the Tiquina strait overlooking the native made pontoons used to transport vehicles.
Once the Cruise arrives to Chua harbor, the itinerary continues with a short walk and visit to a typical house
inhabited by an indigenous couple appreciating the livelihood of Aymara people in the high plateau. Later at
night, dinner will be served on board and afterwards enjoy an indigenous folkloric performance. Overnight on
board, in double cabins with exterior view and private bathroom.
Duration: 7 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 2: Day2

Stop At: Puno 21001, Peru
Day 2:
After buffet breakfast on board, continue navigation enjoying the overwhelming panorama of Lake Titicaca
towards the islands of Pariti and Kalauta and the Andean lake community of Pata Patani.
Pariti Island was supposed to be a ceremonial site, visited by people from beyond the Andes. There is a
museum with archeological pieces dated to Tiwanaku culture.
After Pariti the itinerary continues to Kalauta Island navigating in typical fishing barges that will allow a unique
experience rowing among the totorales (reed plants) giving a special sense of peace and mysticism that this
pristine area of the Lake provides.
Kalauta is known for its funeral towers and it was once an ancient stone town considered an important
prehispanic necropolis.
The itinerary continues through a large amount of Totora reeds to finally reach again the Catamaran Cruise
Ship. Aboard the Catamaran enjoying a lunch on board, we reach the isolated indigenous community of Pata
Patani. In this community, visitors have the opportunity to appreciate the lifestyle, traditions and daily
activities trough an agreement of Community Tourism with Transturin. The community welcomes visitors at
the port with flower garlands and makes them actively participate in their dances to the sound of typical
instruments. This community is very rooted to ancient traditions and still makes a livelihood of fishing. A visit
to the Pata Patani Museum is also in the itinerary; this museum shelters the oldest best preserved Andean
mummy called Tani.
Afterwards, the Catamaran Cruise takes you to Tiquina strait to then by land reach the city of Puno.
Duration: 8 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

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Lake Titicaca and Sun Island Catamaran Cruise from Puno

Lake Titicaca and Sun Island Catamaran Cruise from Puno - Puno Region, Peru
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Puno Region, Peru

From USD
$270.69

Explore Lake Titicaca on a full-day catamaran cruise from Puno! First, travel across the border into Bolivia where you'll board a catamaran that will take you across Lake Titicaca, the sacred lake of the Incas. Then, visit Sun Island and Inti Wata before lounging on the boat and enjoying a delicious lunch ... More info ›

Explore Lake Titicaca on a full-day catamaran cruise from Puno! First, travel across the border into Bolivia where you'll board a catamaran that will take you across Lake Titicaca, the sacred lake of the Incas. Then, visit Sun Island and Inti Wata before lounging on the boat and enjoying a delicious lunch. There's no better way to experience Peru than on a relaxing sightseeing cruise on Lake Titicaca!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Lake Titicaca, Puno 21000 Peru

Early land transfer to Copacabana Sanctuary for a brief guided visit. At the Copacabana harbor you will board
the Catamaran cruise ship to sail to Sun Island, the birthplace of the Inca Empire. In this legendary island you
will visit the Inca Garden, Stairs and Fountain. The itinerary continues with a visit to the Inti Wata Cultural
Complex which includes two underground Museums of Archeology and Anthropology, the Traditional
Medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders Display Centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca Terraces, a
handicraft display, the Intica Lounge and at the Manco Kapac gazer a variety of Andean camelids. The Inti
Wata Complex is the main private tourist attraction in Bolivia, available only to Catamaran Cruise Ship clients
and includes a unique sailing experience on board a huge Titicaca traditional reed vessel for a panoramic visit
to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace.
Afterwards, board the Catamaran cruise again to sail while enjoying a buffet lunch. During this navigation you
will be able to admire the Andean Mountain Range which on the Bolivian side of the lake is breathtaking.
Then the Cruise crosses the Tiquina strait overlooking the native made pontoons used to transport vehicles.
At the end of the afternoon; once the Catamaran Cruise arrives to Chua port you will be taken by land to the
city of La Paz

Duration: 7 hours

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Ballestas Islands Sightseeing Boat Ride from Paracas

Ballestas Islands Sightseeing Boat Ride from Paracas - Ica Region, Peru
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Ica Region, Peru

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$23.00

Take a boat tour to see Peruvian boobies (native bird), penguins and abundant marine life. Check out the impressive Candelabra geoglyph, sea lions, Humboldt penguins, Peruvian pelicans as well as other impressive varieties of sea bird species ... More info ›

Take a boat tour to see Peruvian boobies (native bird), penguins and abundant marine life. Check out the impressive Candelabra geoglyph, sea lions, Humboldt penguins, Peruvian pelicans as well as other impressive varieties of sea bird species. Feeling lucky? Watch the waters for dolphins.

As you cruise west from the tiny beach town of Paracas, you won't be able to miss the Candelabra geoglyph, a 150m high and 50m wide figure of a candlestick etched into the mountain, rumored to have been an ancient guide for sailors or a connection to the Nazca lines. There will be a short description and time for photos before cruising on to the famous Ballestas Islands.
The Ballestas Islands are an excellent opportunity to see large families of over 100 sea lions sleeping on the shores, basking in the sun on the rocks or barking loudly in efforts to protect their territory. Spot cormorants, the Peruvian booby and Peruvian pelican as well as other impressive varieties of sea bird species and Humboldt penguins nesting together in small groups. Feeling lucky? Watch the waters for dolphins.
Apart from the abundant marine and bird life found here, the Ballestas Islands are also very well known for the guano (seabird droppings) deposited on the island over thousands of years which creates a natural reserve of nitrogen-rich fertilizer over 50 meters deep in some areas. The guano came to be Peru's #1 export in the mid-19th century, however today, the extraction of guano has been regulated to every 10 years.
The return trip to Paracas is a quick, very windy, direct boat ride to the dock. You should have some time to take photos of the friendly pelicans that hang out on the shore line beside the dock, do some souvenir shopping or grab a snack before heading on to your next destination.

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Tour en Yate a Islas Palomino para Nadar con Lobos Marinos

Tour en Yate a Islas Palomino para Nadar con Lobos Marinos - Callao, Peru

Duration: 180 to 189 minutes
Location: Callao, Peru

From USD
$70.00

¿Quieres viajar sin salir de la ciudad?
Islas Palomino, reserva natural del Callao, es una buena opción para divertirte.
El zarpe es a las 10:30am, todos los dias.
El viaje demora aproximadamente 3 horas entre paseo, ida y vuelta.
Conocerás las islas: San Lorenzo, Frontón, Camotal y Palomino.
Tendrás entre 20 minutos a media hora para disfrutar de un baño con los lobos marinos.
Verás aves marinas, buféos, e incluso pingüinos de Humboldt.
No esperes más y separa tu sitio, ¿te lo vas a perder?

El tour empieza a las 10:30am, y hay salidas todos los días.
El punto de encuentro es el Muelle de Guerra de la plaza Grau.
Una vez que te embarcas en el yate, empieza tu recorrido.
En el camino pasarás por Isla San Lorenzo, El Frontón, El Camotal y para finalizar, Palomino.
Aquí tendrás entre 20 y 30 minutos para tomar un baño con los lobos marinos, para ello tendrás a tu disposición chalecos salvavidas y wetsuit.
Una vez terminado el baño deberás retornar al yate, aquí podrás deleitarte con los bellos paisajes y la variedad de aves que habitan la zona.
Estarás nuevamente en el muelle de guerra a la 2:00 de la tarde.
El servicio incluye:
• Seguros de responsabilidad civil y daños personales.
• Chalecos salvavidas para cada pasajero ... More info ›

¿Quieres viajar sin salir de la ciudad?
Islas Palomino, reserva natural del Callao, es una buena opción para divertirte.
El zarpe es a las 10:30am, todos los dias.
El viaje demora aproximadamente 3 horas entre paseo, ida y vuelta.
Conocerás las islas: San Lorenzo, Frontón, Camotal y Palomino.
Tendrás entre 20 minutos a media hora para disfrutar de un baño con los lobos marinos.
Verás aves marinas, buféos, e incluso pingüinos de Humboldt.
No esperes más y separa tu sitio, ¿te lo vas a perder?

El tour empieza a las 10:30am, y hay salidas todos los días.
El punto de encuentro es el Muelle de Guerra de la plaza Grau.
Una vez que te embarcas en el yate, empieza tu recorrido.
En el camino pasarás por Isla San Lorenzo, El Frontón, El Camotal y para finalizar, Palomino.
Aquí tendrás entre 20 y 30 minutos para tomar un baño con los lobos marinos, para ello tendrás a tu disposición chalecos salvavidas y wetsuit.
Una vez terminado el baño deberás retornar al yate, aquí podrás deleitarte con los bellos paisajes y la variedad de aves que habitan la zona.
Estarás nuevamente en el muelle de guerra a la 2:00 de la tarde.
El servicio incluye:
• Seguros de responsabilidad civil y daños personales.
• Chalecos salvavidas para cada pasajero.
• Tripulación con amplia experiencia.
• Equipamiento de seguridad: Radio HF y navegador electrónico.
• Snaks.

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Day Trip to the Uros and Taquile Islands from Puno

Day Trip to the Uros and Taquile Islands from Puno - Puno Region, Peru

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puno Region, Peru

From USD
$62.50

Enjoy one of the most incredible visits in Peru, that add millennial culture and nature, by visiting the Islands of Uros and Taquile!

Once we get to the port you can get on the boat and enjoy a short trip to get to the islands and when we get there you'll love it! You will visit 2 floating islands!! It's fun to jump in the Totora and the guide will tell you how these islands were built.
At the end of the visit in Uros Island, we will return to the boat to go to the island of Taquile. During the trip you can try different poses for your photos and without realizing we will have arrived in Taquile ... More info ›

Enjoy one of the most incredible visits in Peru, that add millennial culture and nature, by visiting the Islands of Uros and Taquile!

Once we get to the port you can get on the boat and enjoy a short trip to get to the islands and when we get there you'll love it! You will visit 2 floating islands!! It's fun to jump in the Totora and the guide will tell you how these islands were built.
At the end of the visit in Uros Island, we will return to the boat to go to the island of Taquile. During the trip you can try different poses for your photos and without realizing we will have arrived in Taquile. We will take you up to the plaza of the island and there we will visit the 'Textileria' that is considered Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO!
It is approximately 1 in the afternoon we will have lunch. After knowing the history of the island of Taquile, you will have a delicious quinoa soup and as a main dish you will have, directly from the lake to your dish, a fried 'Trucha' fish accompanied by french fries and rice. If you are vegetarian then you can ask for omelette which also comes with fries and rice. To drink you will have 'Muña mate'. With that you will be with a full stomach and a happy heart, now we will go down to the port to return to Puno and end our day!

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