Puno is the perfect jumping off point to explore the floating Uros islands and the well-preserved indigenous cultures on Amantani and Taquile islands of Lago Titicaca.
Set at an altitude of 3,830m in an arid and desert-like landscape, arrival to Puno can be somewhat breathtaking (literally) but the views of Lago Titicaca and the cultural
experiences you will encounter will leave you in awe of this seemingly simple town. The high altitude climate in Puno can change abruptly so always bring a sweater
(and rain coat during rainy season December to March). In winter months, the temperature can drop below freezing at night so ask for a heater or extra blankets in your guest house.
Get cozy around the fireplace at any local cafe.
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