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Tililaca Vacation Packages
Tililaca Vacation Packages
About 560 miles southeast of Lima, the country's capital, you will find Tililaca.
Why not travel to Lake Titicaca - Puno, which isn't far from Tililaca, to check out the Sillustani? It's definitely worth the trip. Lake Titicaca - Puno is only 25 miles to the east of Tililaca.
No pain, no gain. You'll regret not attempting to visit Enrique Torres Belon Stadium in Puno, an excellent venue for watching a game. Remember to shout your lungs out if you get tickets to a big game.
Head over to Chucuito and experience Chullpas de Cutimbo and Chucuito Plaza de Armas. It's roughly 13 miles away from Tililaca and is a great place to visit. Amantani Island Ferry Port and Armas Plaza are some more sites you should check out. You'll find these approximately 17 miles from Tililaca, in Isla Amantani.
If your picture of a perfect break is exploring the great outdoors, then sign up for mountain biking or rock climbing.
If your life is busy, the perfect vacation often means finding great spots to relax. When it's time to de-stress, copy the locals and do a bit of bird watching or camping.
Hoping to delve deeper into the places and stories of this region? The guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and city walking tours are highly recommended for this region.
This region also offers a number of heart-pumping experiences, such as paragliding.
Water adventures are a common pastime here. Take the opportunity to go rafting or canoeing because Peruvian Highlands has some perfect locations for it.
To truly embrace the essence of this region, you must treat yourself with its unique spices and dishes. Experience the local culinary customs at some of the restaurants, bars and cafés.
Keep your eyes peeled for chicken and tawri, some prized ingredients throughout the area.
Pachamanca (beef, herb and vegetable feast) and ceviche (raw fish in lime juice) are popular with vacationers and local foodies alike.
Mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk) is always a great choice to tie together your dining experience.
Order an Arequipeña while you are here. It is one of the area's most common beverages.
If you're eager to taste a popular non-alcoholic beverage, be sure to try Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola).
Make sure you taste Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink), a popular local alcoholic drink.
At the end of your vacation in Peruvian Highlands, no doubt you'll bid this region a teary "Adiós." But be comforted by the fact that you'll be heading home with special photos, mementoes and memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime.
When the time has come to depart, it's good to remember that the nearest airport is located 45 miles to the northwest.
Accommodation in Tililaca
Hotel and apartment options in Tililaca are known to be a bit sparse. It's recommended to check out the latest information, listings and deals on Expedia's up-to-date Tililaca lodging guide.