Explore this unique archeological site with Aymara burial towers and ruins
Discover the history of the pre-Inca inhabitants of Lake Umayo, the Aymara
Marvel at the unforgettable scenery at Lake Umayo, perfect for photo opportunities
Visit the village of Atuncolla, home to the Collas people
Discover the wonder of pre-Incan culture with a trip a archeological tomb site of the Aymara people at Sillustani.
After your hotel pickup in Puno, head to Sillustani on a short 50-minute drive. Pull up to an unforgettable ruin site on the shore of Lake Umayo, a beautiful photo opportunity.
Learn all about pre-Inca life from your guide at the Sillustani Archeological Site, where the ruins of the Aymara burial site give clues about its culture. Discover how they were pulled into the Inca Empire in the 15th century, and how architecturally the tombstones differ from their Inca counterparts.
See and hear all about the chullpas (spires), towers and walls for the nobility, the accompanying painted animal symbols, and the tall ruins. Some even reach a height of 12 meters. Even learn about an innovative farming technique called Waru Waru developed during the Tiwanaku Empire.
Stop off in Atuncolla before heading back to Puno, a small, scenic village home to the Collas people.
Hotel pickup and drop-off from central Puno
Entrance fee to Sillustani Archeological Site
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