Sillustani

Sillustani is a tiny settlement some 40 km from Puno, in the Peruian Altiplano.

Understand

Hundreds of years ago, the ancient people from the Altiplano, that lived at the shore of the mystical Lake Titicaca, built a series of funeral towers to bury their kings and other important people of their regions. The Sillustani towers are perhaps the finest and the most perfect cylindrical constructions of ancient Peru, as such perfection can be found no where else in South America. A tour to Sillustani will give you a better view into the life of pre-Inca civilizations, and exploring the area, you can marvel with the great beauty of the Umayo Lagoon, which is located at the foot of Sillustani.

Get in

See

Buy

Craft-work for sale

Eat

There is a restaurant...

Drink

...and a "Café/Bar".

Sleep

You could possibly camp.

Go next

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