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The well-known city of La Paz lies 120 miles to the southeast of Isla Suasi.
Stretch out those weary legs and go for a relaxing stroll by the water. Marka Pampa, 40 miles to the southeast, and Chifron Beach, 25 miles to the southwest, are two great options.
When it comes time to explore the area's natural treasures, pay a visit to Pachatata Sacred Mountain. This captivating natural wonder is located 20 miles from Isla Suasi.
Suasi Scenic Trail and Isla Suasi Dock are worth your time.
The surrounding area also has a lot to offer travelers. Ocosuyo and Isla Amantani are two attractive destinations that your family will appreciate.
To find Pilko Kaina, Fuente del Inca and Escalera del Inca and Yumani, travel southeast from Isla Suasi for 40 miles to Challapampa. Museo Étnico and Cha'llapampa Museum are also great options if you have time for more.
Though we don't recommend you wear your nightie, bird watching and wildlife watching are nice ways to chill out and enjoy some outdoor activities in the region.
Discover the rich culture of the region by signing up for some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.
Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Puno boasts some intriguing history museums.
When the weather is fine, why not take the opportunity to discover the region's open-air museums, farms and open-air markets?
Combine education and fun when you stop by the region's historic sites. In particular, you should try and check out some of its ruins, traditional villages, old towns and archeological sites.
Spirituality can be an integral element of every place's DNA, so make sure you add some of the churches, cathedrals and temples of Puno to your to-do list.
Make sure you take your taste buds on a tour of the region's enticing restaurants and bars.
Ensure you ask about the most frequently used regional ingredients, like chicken and tawri.
Your getaway wouldn't be complete if you didn't try pachamanca (beef, herb and vegetable feast) and ceviche (raw fish in lime juice).
Those who have space for dessert should try mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk).
Grab a table at the nearest bar and take a breather with a few quiet brews. If you request the region's best, the bartender will probably pour you a Arequipeña.
If you don't want to drink alcohol, why not have some Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola)?
For something on the harder side, scan the menu for Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink) and propose a toast to your gracious hosts.
Experienced travelers have learned that one of the best ways to get the most out of a vacation is to learn some basic phrases in the native tongue. Mucho gusto Encantado is how you say pleased to meet you. Buenos días is also worth learning. It translates to good morning.
National pride is on full display on the 28th of July for Independence Day.
The only downside of taking a vacation is that, eventually, it must come to an end. While you may feel a bit emotional bidding "Adiós" to Isla Suasi, just remember that it's always possible to return!
If you're wondering which is the nearest airport, it is approximately 45 miles away.
There are only a few places to stay in Isla Suasi on the Expedia lodging page, so it's advisable to reserve a room early.