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Amantani Island (Isla Amantani)

Lake Titicaca, Peru
+51 951 437 863
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US$229.00*
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Uros Amantani Taquile Full Day tour
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Overnight Amantani Island Homestay Experience from Puno
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Private 2-Day Lake Titicaca Expedition with Overnight on Taquile Island
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Guided tours are the best way to see this remote and friendly island where the cows and sheep seem to outnumber people. Two mountain peaks, known as Father Earth and Mother Earth, make for superb hiking.
  • Excellent71%
  • Very good21%
  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible2%
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Lake Titicaca, Peru
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+51 951 437 863
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is truely an oasis of peace. We stayed with local people, sleeping in their homes and eating with them. They also showed us their traditions and in the evening we climbed the hill to the so called Pacha mama temple, waiting there for the...More

Thank barbara_uNovaGorica
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful isolated island with no cars, no trains etc. - only donkeys. We stayed with local family for one night, could experience a sample of their simple life. The view on the lake is breath-taking, incredible shades of blue.

Thank Katarzyna K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed with a wonderful host family for one evening. The food was delicious, the small street stalls in the small plaza has the best alpaca skewers! There's no roads, no cars and no dogs so it's one of the most breathtakingly relaxing places we've...More

1  Thank Olivia S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Came here after Taquile to stay overnight in a Hospedaje. Amantaní is closer to the mainland than Taquile and as a result has lost much of the traditional ways of life. The clothing is more western, there are a few motorbikes and so on. The...More

Thank Alvin377
Reviewed 8 October 2017

The most unusual night of our trip was a home stay on Amantani Island. Despite my very few words of Spanish and the family having little English, we managed a conversation over a home-cooked dinner before bedding down for the night. This trip involved steep...More

Thank IrishMD
Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

Visiting the Amantani island was definitely my best experience on the Titicaca lake! The island is beautiful, very calm and still very well preserved. Moreover, people there are incredibly friendly. I would definitely recommend you to stay at the house of "Flora Borda", which is...More

Thank Smets N
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

Had a fabulous time on Amantani Island as part of an organised trip. Staying with families on the island, we were met with kindness and generosity. The family we stayed with were wonderful, friendly and very glad of the supplies we took them as a...More

1  Thank simm068
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Amantani was the second destination of our two-day, three stop tour, and the place where we spent the afternoon and night. In a way, it felt like stepping back in time, as conditions were very basic, cars were nonexistent, and people lived without so many...More

3  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
Reviewed 22 August 2017

We were not sure whether we should do this experience - we were traveling with a young child and the reviews were so mixed. We ended up deciding to try this once in a lifetime experience and booked through the highly recommended All Ways Travel....More

Thank lisjor
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Apparently other peoples' ideas of remote are "no cell phone service" and "only one outlet for three guests." If you said "Hey that's me," go have an adventure along with every single other tourist in Puno that seemed to be there. Don't buy online though-...More

Thank Corey Mackenzie B
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Response from Smets N | Reviewed this property |
There was a shared bathroom at our place
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15 September 2017|
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Response from simm068 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. They love pencils and pens and any type of stationary so I am sure paper would go down well. We also took supplies for our host family. Things like dried oats, dried pasta, fruit and biscuits. We also took flour and... More
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Geegee303
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Response from elif-in-egypt | Reviewed this property |
It depends how much luggage you're thinking of taking! I booked a pension in Puno the night before and the night after and they were happy for me to leave my rucksack there while I was away. i'm sure most places will do... More
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