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It is odd to arrive at an international port that is over 3,860 metres high. But that is how high Puno is located. This small town has an odd mixture of international port, tourist centre and Andean meeting place. Being the only easy way to access Lake Titicaca on the Peruvian side the town attracts many tourists.

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Puno Discussions

  • Altitude and Puno
    Hi! I am going to be spending the summer in Peru working for a local NGO. I am arriving in Lima and then plan to fly directly to Puno ...but am a bit worried about fainting at the airport in Juliaca. It sounds extreme and probably silly if it's not true but I hear different reports from different people ...

  • Puno accommodation?
    Can anyone recommend a nice place to stay in Puno for a couple of days? Something around $15-$20 a night (so around the point where hot water is guaranteed, a notch or two above really "budget" places)? We'd chosen the Miski Wasi Inn at first, but they don't reply to our emails, and aren't bookable ...

  • puno to cuzco
    Hi All! I remember reading in this forum about Puno to cuzco train ride,,but cant find that thread anymore. I looked into the perurail website and they dont seem to have any cheap options,,although one guide suggests that there is a backpacker fare worth $17. If anyone can shed more light on this would ...

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Puno Blog Entries

  • Puno
    We took the bus from La Paz to Puno. Beautiful journey once again, with Lake Titicaca awaiting after a 6-hour bus ride. Border crossing at the city of Desaguadero was quick and easy. The city of Puno is not particularily pretty in itself, but it's a good basis for exploring the lake and various archeological sites ...
    Posted in TWO MONTHS IN SOUTH AMERICA by AlainJacq

  • Puno
    Puno isn’t too exciting, but it’s definitely a good departure point to explore the islands of the Lake Titicaca and its surrounding. We decided to visit the floating islands and Sillustani from here ...
    Posted in The Big Trip by sabrinakam

  • Puno
    Not much time was spent here in Puno (Peru side of the lake). The town was horrible (hence pooooono!!) and within 1 hour of arriving in the town we headed off to the floating villages for the afternoon. When we got to the islands we realised it was very touristy! The village people survive ...
    Posted in No work for 6 months! by robandem

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