Perched 4000m above sea level on the glistening shores of Lake Titicaca lies a wonderfully secluded lodge on its own private peninsula. Titilaka is surrounded by ethereal natural beauty, local indigenous communities, and vast waters where exploration is hugely encouraged.
18 lake-view rooms
Dining room and bar
Fully inclusive service including all meals, drinks, and excursions
Massage treatment room
Media and reading room
Activities including kayaking, boat rides, and birding
Size variation is the only aspect setting apart Titilaka’s 18 spacious, airy rooms. Whether it’s sunrise or sunset, each boasts exceptional lake views, massive beds, and deep bathtubs to unwind in after exploring in the high altitude. Fresh flowers brighten the interiors which are contemporary in design featuring charming local textiles. Immerse in nature from the lodge’s four new domes, set closer to the lake, and designed sustainably using natural materials. Relish this unforgettable eco-lodging experience and enjoy world-class amenities including a plunge bath, lounge, private terrace, and outside seating to enhance the mesmerising views. Throughout the lodge’s modern interior, gain an authentic feel through local craft products, bespoke Andean artwork, and recycled furniture. Full of colour and natural light, the floor-to-ceiling windows lure you into Titlaka’s majestic natural surroundings. Extensively practiced in the altitude, Peruvian chef Maria Fe Garcia has curated a superb menu of light, nutritious, and filling dishes using delicious Andean ingredients.
Huge commitment to operating the lodge in a sustainable and responsible fashion
The majority of Titilaka’s staff has been hired from local villages which has consequently boosted their economic development
Local ingredients and textiles are sourced as much as possible which provides families with a market for their produce
Titilaka works with a non-profit organisation which supports the lake-side communities through generating donations on behalf of every guest
Why we love it
Grasp the opportunity to meet the surrounding Aymara communities which share some of Titilaka’s land. In this unique cultural experience, venture by boat to explore the Uros floating islands, converse with the skilled weavers, and understand their intriguing heritage and ancestral techniques.
Planning your experience
Contact our Travel Designers to find out more about Titilaka and to start planning your own bespoke experience to Peru.
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