The department of Puno is located to the Southeast of the country in the plateau of the Collao to borders of the Titikaka, the navigable lake highest of the world, has an altitude of 3.827 m.a.s.l. Its capital is the city of Puno, folkloric capital par excellence of Peru, the City of Puno was founded in 1666, its population of origin mainly Aymara. Puno has a varied climate, with temperatures that oscillate between 0°C and 13°C. The season of rains is of September until April.
Colonial Church of Andahuaylillas
Known as the “Sistine Chapel of America” is one of the best expressions of achievement of colonial religious architecture of the seventeenth century, for his heavy and exquisite interior decoration of the chapel with a profusion of wall paintings walls and ceilings.
17:00 pm. Arrival to the imperial city of Cusco.
Raqchi Archaeological Center
“Temple of God Wiracocha” This complex was actually a “Tambo” found on route from Cusco to Lake Titicaca, in this place you can see houses, temples, palaces, astronomical , food storage, walls.
The architectural complex is one of the most important buildings of the Inca Empire, characterized by its strange and extraordinary architectural technique, totally different from the other buildings of the Incas.
Is the highest point of our journey to 4.321 meters high, where we will see a wonderful view of the mountain range and also Villcanota see alpacas, llamas and vicuna
Museum and archaeological remains of Pukara.-(A pre-Inca culture) that developed on Lake Titicaca between 100 BC and 300 A.D.
During the route that approximately lasts 9 hours with comfortable buses, we will have 4 guided visits to the places of tourist interest of the South runner of the plateau having visited the the temple of Andahuaylillas or Sistine Chapel of America, the temple Inca de Raqchi, The Ray” to 4335 m.a.s.l, and the museum pre-Inca aymara of Pukara.
Each visit lasts from 20 to 40 minutes.
During our route we will taste of a typical lunch buffet in a typical restaurant of the city of Sicuani.