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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were visiting as part of a day tour and it was interesting to visit, but I found it a little odd. I have doubts about the authenticity of it, as I suspect they spend some time on the neighbouring ‘non-floating’ islands, but maybe they...More

Thank Daniel F
Reviewed 4 days ago

After one week in Chile, it was time to enter Peru and Puno as bordered next to it was perfect. We stayed for two days and one night as we heard that staying with the family must be life-changing. It kind of was, on our...More

Thank hannnahmorgan
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited early in the morning (6am) with Peru Hop. So I can not comment on how busy it gets throughout the day, but I can say that arriving early in the morning and watching the sun rise over Lake Titicaca was magnificent. We were...More

Thank sarahsP93ZJ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An absolutely must to see in Puno,very friendly peruvians explain how they create their floating islands.

Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the Uros Island as part of a day trip on Lake Titicaca and it was very much the highlight of our day. The trip is a fascinating insight into a very different way of life. Traditionally the islanders survived from fishing and bartering...More

Thank simsu66
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the most incredible places in Peru, the floating islands are a relic of a past time and culture. The tour was well-organised and interesting, and the people on the island are so welcoming and friendly.

Thank jamespdaly7
Reviewed 1 week ago

About an hour each way from Puno makes a realistic excursion with a fascinating way of life to experience. The island with a cafe serves excellent sweet treats. If you need a stick to walk take care - it tends to go through a few...More

Thank FoweyJohn
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went on a tour to the Uros islands. Speedboat there & then onto Taquile. The Uros islands are absolutely magical. The small reed islands are unique and we found the people living on them kind and thoughtful. I had noticed the guidebook recommending tourists...More

Thank Anne D
Reviewed 1 week ago

The floating Islands of Uros are very interesting to behold. One can't help but wonder... WHY?? Why are these people living out here on piles of decomposing reeds in the middle of this lake? What on earth could be the reason? What purpose does it...More

Thank Randy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

To see how these people live on floating islands made of reeds. Taking the tour, learned how these islands are formed, and how they live day to day.

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Response from MagicDawn | Reviewed this property |
I didn't find it 'touristy'. In fact I liked to contribute to the community. I had a 2.5 hour tour, which was enough for me, but it would be nicer to stay on the island than stay in Puno town. I spoke to one couple who... More
4 April 2018|
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Response from Ilina A | Reviewed this property |
The boats are mostly leaving in the morning, I guess spending a night in Puno instead is the option.
29 September 2017|
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Response from John and Deb K | Reviewed this property |
You had to be at the jetty by about 7am. Very touristy so if you don't have time you are not missing very uch