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Sillustani Tombs Half-Day Tour from Puno

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Sillustani Peru: Explore the archaeological site of Sillustani to marvel at the towering funerary towers, or Chullpas, left by the Inca and Pre-Inca cultures. These impressive structures, up to 12 meters high, are set against the picturesque Umayo lagoon, offering a captivating blend of history and natural beauty.

Delve into the mysteries of the Chullpas with your guide, gaining insights into the ancient cultures and their burial practices at this remarkable site.

What to Expect
  • Explore Puno's renowned archaeological site.
  • Immerse yourself in enchanting surroundings and breathtaking.
  • Gain insights into the mysterious Chullpas from a knowledgeable guide.
Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Your Hotel in downtown Puno (Google Map)

Your Hotel in downtown Puno (Google Map)

Departure Time & Duration

13:30 pm

3 Hours

Price Includes

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

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Meals
  • Transfers from hotels outside Puno downtown
  • income to Sillustani

Additional Information

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

Half DaySillustani Archeological Site

Sillustani, known as the largest necropolis in the world, is a captivating archaeological site that boasts impressive landscapes and breathtaking views of the Andean nature. Located 34 km northwest of Puno, at an altitude of 3,840 meters, this enchanting place is home to the gigantic Chullpas, or funeral towers, constructed from stone. The Chullpas were built by the Collas in the 12th century and later by the Incas, who gained control of the area.

Both civilizations devoted themselves to the construction of this cemetery to respectfully bury their dead, allowing them to embark on their new life or rebirth, as per their beliefs. The most prominent Chullpas were reserved for important chiefs and priests. The Collas and Incas carefully selected sacred and breathtaking sites to build their cemeteries.

Sillustani is a magical place that envelops visitors with its unique charm and energy, instilling a sense of peace and harmony. The stunning landscape, with mountains reflected in the Umayo lagoon, creates a mirror-like effect, adding to the site’s allure and tranquility.