We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We visited the place through and agency call Expedition Pacha, what a scam.
The place is just ok, not worth any money to go there.
Small village, just a few things to visit.
We visited the fertility temple, it looks great and funny in the...More
Went here just when the strike was on. This visit was spoilt by the bus drivers strike in the town. Blocking all the roads into the area and putting stones on the ground. Not a good promotion for the area and not planning on putting...More
If you’re looking for a small 1-2 hour excursion this is good. It is about 20 minutes by taxi from Puno and cost about s/40 and you can catch the shuttle bus back for s/1.50
The only thing to really see here it’s the fertility...More
The cathedral and main square were a very nice surprise. Worth visiting before all the historic buildings around the main square are demolished and replaced by ugly concrete buildings (the replacement process is well under way)..
Agreed with some of the others that say if you're short on time, nothing special.
I hired a taxi/tour to take me, and I could have skipped it. But, if you have a free morning, it's a good way to kill time. Supposedly there is...More
The temple of fertility is very interesting and once beautiful is about 30 minutes you can go on your own because there are minibuses in the terminal of chucuito and the price is 1.50 soles, I have stayed half a day.
I visited Chucuito on a Monday. At the fertility temple my only company was two grazing alpacas and the phallic-like rocks protruding from the earth. My guide walked around with me in the small space. Not very exciting. I DID enjoy the scenic overlook near...More
We took a taxi for 70 soles (booked through our hotel and I am sure you could get it cheaper) it is about 30 mins scenic drive south along the lake. The church in the main square was closed but we walked down to the...More