AMANTANI ISLANDS, LAKE TITICACA.
Hest hills “Pacha Tata” and “Pacha Mama” there are several archeological remains including centers for worship and cult.
Although there are no hotels available in Taquile or Amantani islands, their communities are rather well organized as to provide visitors with suitable lodging in their homes.
These are a group of 40 big island like packs of floating totora, (reeds), located within the titicaca National Reserve, where the Uros, dwellers of the lake, continue to live like their ancestors did, preserving their customs and idiosyncrasy but above all, their own system of Communal life.
The Uros descend from one of the oldest cultures in America. Their main occupations are hunting, fishing and stuffing small animals for their selling as souvenirs. They are renowned for their great skill in the wearing of the totora reed.