Taquile Island

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Luxury tours to Lake Titicaca wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the island of Taquile, where the Quechua-speaking locals have a knack for producing exquisite textiles.

In Taquile, which is located on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca, some 2,200 Taquileños make a living through farming, fishing and the roaring tourism trade, which sees about 40,000 visitors make the journey to this far-flung island every year.

Weaving and knitting are in the blood here. Women traditionally weave, and men knit – both producing textile art so masterly and beautiful that UNESCO has recognized it as part of the “intangible heritage of humanity.”

There is, refreshingly enough, no motorized transport on the island and nary a smartphone or iPad in sight. The island’s simple way of life makes it an incredibly appealing place to spend the night and Taquile offers a warm welcome to those who do choose to sleep here. A homestay program allows travelers to board with host families and experience island life first-hand.

Contact us today and get your free Peru trip quote.  At Kuoda Travel, all trips are custom and personally designed for you by one of our professional travel experts.

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Luxury tours to Lake Titicaca wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the island of Taquile, where the Quechua-speaking locals have a knack for producing exquisite textiles.

In Taquile, which is located on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca, some 2,200 Taquileños make a living through farming, fishing and the roaring tourism trade, which sees about 40,000 visitors make the journey to this far-flung island every year.

Weaving and knitting are in the blood here. Women traditionally weave, and men knit – both producing textile art so masterly and beautiful that UNESCO has recognized it as part of the “intangible heritage of humanity.”

There is, refreshingly enough, no motorized transport on the island and nary a smartphone or iPad in sight. The island’s simple way of life makes it an incredibly appealing place to spend the night and Taquile offers a warm welcome to those who do choose to sleep here. A homestay program allows travelers to board with host families and experience island life first-hand.

Contact us today and get your free Peru trip quote.  At Kuoda Travel, all trips are custom and personally designed for you by one of our professional travel experts.

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