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Half Day Tour to Sillustani Arqueological Site

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From$29
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4-5 Hours
Availability : All Year
Overview

Walk through the archeological site of Sillustani, and be impressed by the Chullpas and funerary towers left from Inca and Pre-Inca cultures that rise up to 12 meters high. Furthermore, enjoy the beauty of the lagoon Umayo located around the Chullpas and take into the beauty of the surroundings.

What to Expect
  • Visit the most famous archaeological site of Puno
  • Enjoy magical surroundings and stunning views
  • Learn about the enigmatic Chullpas with an expert Guide
Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Your Hotel in downtown Puno (Google Map)

Your Hotel in downtown Puno (Google Map)

Departure Time & Duration

9:00 am

4-5 Hours

Price Includes

  • Tour in a Group
  • Pickups and transfers within Puno downtown hotels
  • English/Spanish-speaking Tour Guide

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Meals

Additional Information

  • Cancellation policy: Cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund
Itinerary

Half DaySillustani Archeological Site

Nowadays Sillustani is known as the largest necropolis in the world, surrounded by impressive landscapes and gorgeous views of Andean nature. It is located 34 km north-west of the city of Puno (50 minutes by road) and 3,840m above sea level. What definitely stands out at this place are the gigantic Chullpas, which are funeral towers made of stone.

This was a resting place built by Collas in the 12th century and later on by the Incas that gain domain in the area, they both devoted to the construction of this cemetery to respectfully bury their dead so they can walk into their new life or rebirth as part of their own conception, where the most prominent Chullpas were built for important chiefs and priests. They have chosen breathtaking sites to build their cemeteries as these were considered sacred places.

It is a magical place that will envelop you with its charm and energy that fills you with peace and harmony thanks to the unique landscape surrounded by mountains reflected in the lagoon Umayo as a mirror.

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