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Top Things to do In Arequipa 2020

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Lake Titicaca

Lake TiticacaNearby City

4.8/542 Reviews
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Lake
Open 24 hours (Local time)
pan***he
"We took a tourist bus from Cusco to Puno. We booked accommodation on the island of Isla Khantatai on the Ulus islands on the floating island. We took a car to pick you up, so there was a car to pick you up, to the dock, and a small electric boat to pick you up. First bought tickets at a small pavilion on the lake, and then arrived at the floating island where his house was located 20 minutes later. They were all barefoot and stepped directly on the reeds. It seems that this has always been the case, so their feet won't hurt. When I went to the island, it was just in the evening, and the light was very good, and there were beautiful pictures taken everywhere: the island, the reed room, the hammock, the chair, the observation deck, and a cat. Dinner came at 18:30. It was chicken, tomato and tortillas. Tonight, there were only three of us tourists on this island. It was very quiet. The next day after breakfast, he took his boat to make a lap on the lake, and left after lunch."
Morro de Arica

Morro de AricaNearby City

4.5/55 Reviews
Observation Deck
137***66
"The ancient sea in front of me was vast, peaceful, and gentle. Sometimes speedboats or cruise ships made white waves on the sea, but they soon returned to calm again. The remaining stone pillars look delicate and light against the blue sky, sea water and cliffs, not as heavy as the Parthenon. There are ropes outside the stone pillars to pull up the fence, and the fierce sea breeze in the evening makes people unable to restrain their clothes. In front of the temple, there are two staff members wearing down jackets, both ladies. Guarding these dozen stone pillars for many years, looking at the sea in front of him."
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