If there is a place located many meters above sea level and worth visiting that is Puno, land of myths and legends, sacred place of the Incas. Undoubtedly, its inhabitants are jealous guardians of the Quechua and Aymara traditions. In other words, they are the heart of the Andes of southern Peru. Land bathed by the highest navigable lake in the world, where you can find from floating islands to unique landscapes. Indeed, to get the ancestral knowledge of their own inhabitants is through experienced-based tourism. Amantaní, the floating islands of the Uros and Taquile with its amazing geography and spectacular landscapes will transport you to a world full of color and wonderful Andean settings. The amazing adaptation of the pre-Inca communities that inhabit these islands hundreds of years ago and their feeling full of harmony and respect for their surroundings will surprise you.