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Puno: A Spanish Pun

Created by SeenThat on March 12, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

On the western side of the Titicaca Lake

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Riding the train from Cusco to Puno

Created by globe trotter on November 5, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

The long train journey from Cusco to Puno gets a bad press - but it's really quite an enjoyable & painless way to get to Lake Titicaca.

Breathtaking Lake Titicaca

Created by jurgen on October 23, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
1 Story

At 3820 meters above sealevel Lake Titicaca is literary breathtaking..

A Day in Puno

Created by LenR on August 18, 2009

5 Reviews

Puno is a much maligned small town at a high altitude so we ate lightly, went easy on the alcohol, forgot about our morning jog and generally took it easy. Fortunately, most things are near each other so we could see everything in a short time and get out quickly.

Puno on Lake Titicaca, An Unplanned Adventure

Created by akakd on July 13, 2005

4 Reviews
1 Story

Planning to see Lake Titicaca from the Bolivian side, we were caught by surprise when The State Department issued a travel warning against travel to Bolivia. We substituted Puno to be able to see Lake Titicaca from the Peruvian side. We're glad we did.



Puno

Created by Marquita on September 22, 2002

4 Reviews

After travelling for 10 hours from Arequipa we arrived to Puno, 3830m high above sea level.

"Poor old put-down Puno "

Created by Kez on April 27, 2002

7 Reviews

Puno, on the edge of vast Lake Titicaca certainly receives more negative comments than most places and although it's certainly not the most attractive spot in the world it's not really that bad! It is a convenient starting point to the various islands on the lake or to continue on to Bolivia, Cusco or Arequipa. Use it as a rest stop!

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PUNO, PERU

Created by keedwardsiii on April 5, 2002

1 Review

Puno/Lake Titicaca

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Amazonian Jungle Trip

Created by rhubarb on February 10, 2002

1 Review

Exploring the Amazonian Rain Forest with local guides in traditonal dug out canoes, camping on the river banks amongst the floral, fauna and mosquitoes!

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Peru's Traditional Islands

Created by Anne Silver on October 16, 2000

3 Reviews
1 Story

Wandering in the footsteps of indigenous people who have refused to change their way of life or traditional costumes.

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