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Ecoturismo, Los uros


Located in Puno, 5 km from Puno Port, Ecoturismo, Los uros features a restaurant, a bar and a garden. The property is around 5 km from Bahia de los Incas Boardwalk, 5 km from Bus Station and 6 km from Estadio Enrique Torres Belon. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk and a tour desk for guests.

At the hostel, each room is equipped with a patio with a lake view. Wonderful, once in a lifetime experience. We regret we don’t speak Spanish, the family was extremely kind and we would love to talk to them more. Néstor picked us in puerto Kalapajra by his boat and took us to his island. He tried his best to explain us in Spanishish English how the island is constructed. We appreciated the possibility to buy dinner his family made for us. We have never seen a place this tranquille and magical. Beautiful way to visit Islas Flotantes.

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5 reviews

Alojamiento Flotante Del Titicaca


Featuring a restaurant, garden and views of lake, Alojamiento Flotante Del Titicaca is located in Puno, 5 km from Puno Port. The property is set 5 km from Bahia de los Incas Boardwalk, 5 km from Bus Station and 6 km from Estadio Enrique Torres Belon. Guests can enjoy garden views.

At the hostel, every room is equipped with a patio with a river view. All units will provide guests with a stovetop.

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3 reviews

Hostal Apurimak 1 stars


Featuring free WiFi access and located a 5-minute walk from the port, Hostal Apurimak offers accommodations in Puno. An optional daily breakfast is served for an extra fee.

The hostel is conveniently located a 5-minute walk from a supermarket and an 8-minute walk from the main square of Puno. Shuttle services can be arranged for an extra fee. Its position is very good so you can easily access whatever you need.

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58 reviews

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