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Getting there is part of the fun. Once you get there, there is a steep staircase to get to see the ruins of the Temple of the Virgins of a Sun. We had a guide to explain the Temple, which was useful. There are a...More
We visited both islands due to the temporary closure of the northern part of isla del sol. The boat crew tried to rip us off and make the whole day a pain - unless you would pay extra for the guide. The trip from isla...More
The energy is just amazing. You really feel that you are in a highly sacred Inca site as soon as you arrive on the island. The whole 10K trekk was amazing. Carefull though, not suited for older people...
If you go to isla De La Luna do not expect great and fancy things. But be attracted by the "monastery" for young girls - of the very old Time before the Spanish came. Be aware: some agencies want to rip you of! I payed...More
The only reason to go here is to see an ancient Inca site that is in a sad state of disrepair. Even from neighboring Sun Island it is still a half hour hydrofoil ride and we don't think it is worth the effort.
Went there with the 8.30am boat and arrived at the island in the north before 11am. Walked to the south and went back with the 3.30pm boat. Great walk, buy a sandwich and take some water. Be prepared to pay 3 times a toll for...More
Right in the middle of Lake Titicaca is the beautiful Isla De La Luna (Isle of the Moon). Where you can appreciate pre-conquistadores Inca architecture with a beautiful view of the highest navigable in the world.
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in... More
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in sacrifice to the gods, the unluckiest ones. Greetings!