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If you are looking to find a bus travel from Arequipa to Puno after your stay in the second largest city of Peru, we are offering bus transfer to Puno without stops along the way.

PERU ADVENTURE TOURS recommend making your reservation few months prior you arrive to Peru and we will guarantee the seats for your travel.


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$212 USD
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INCLUDES: Pick up from your hotel in Arequipa - Private transport for 7 people capacity – room for luggage – English-Speaking tour guide – Entrance to archaeological site of Sillustani funeral towers – 4 stops during the guided tour - Drop off in your hotel of Puno.

DEPART: This tour can be leave from Arequipa at any time (according the passanger request). Don't forget to tell us what time do you will like to start this service.

NO INCLUDED: Lunch and hotel in Puno.

IMPORTANT: The costumers most tell us the name, address and phone number of the hotel in Arequipa to contact on the date of the tour.


1 up to more participants $65 USD each one

INCLUDES: Pick up from your hotel in Puno - Shared bus for 42 capacity – Enough room for luggage – Drop off in your hotel of Arequipa.

DEPART: Daily tourist bus transfer from Arequipa to the Lake Titicaca/Puno, the bus departure at 1:20pm from behind of the Santa Catalina monastery at calle Zela (Between Santa Catalina and Ugarte street).
We recommended you to be at bus stop 15 minutes before the bus leaves to make check in your luggage's.
In Puno the bus arrive to the main bus station (Terminal Terrestre), this is located next of Lake Titicaca and 5 minutesby taxi from the plaza of Puno.

NO INCLUDED: Lunch - hotel in Puno and stops along the way.

IMPORTANT: The costumers most tell us the name, address and phone number of the hotel in Puno to contact on the date of the tour.

PERU ADVENTURE TOURS communicate with our field personnel (guide, assistant, chauffeur, etc) and the travel agency will not be resposible for possible damages to or losses of personal items (camera, video recorders, articles of clothing, backpacks,jewelry, cash, etc.) while the traveler is involved in the contracted service, the agency and field personnel may only lend assistance for the recovery of unfortunate losses.

TOILET: In both journey the bus stops on the half way to use the toilets.

After you confirm the BOOKING FORM and your online payment we will confirm the seats numbers and leave your bus tickets in the reception of your hotel in Puno.
Don’t hesitate to ask us if you have any question regarding this tour or call us to 0051 054 221658. Before your book this tour read our terms and conditions mentioned in the link below:

All prices stated above are subject to change.
Exchange rate $1 USD = S/. 3.02 (rate may vary daily).


  1. Hotel in Puno
  2. Internal flight tickets
  3. Breakfast and dinner on the day of travel
  4. Hotel or flight confirmations
  5. Meals
  6. Soft or alcoholic drinks
  7. Transfer from bus stop to hotel after you arrive to the destiny


The city is located on the southern of Peru and is the most important city of South Peru. Situated at 2300m/5170ft above the sea level. The city stands at the foot of the snow-capped volcan Misti (5825m), in the highlands. Arequipa has many fine colonial era Spanish buildings built of Sillar, a pearly white volcanic rock used extensively in the construction of the city, from which it gets its nickname La Ciudad Blanca ("the white city"). The city is located at an altitude of 2,380 meters (7740 feet) above sea level, in the Peruvian Andes.
The name comes from the Quechua phrase "Ari, quepay" which means "Yes, stay".
Archaeological findings indicate the fertile valley in which Arequipa is situated has been occupied back to 5000 - 6000 BCE. In the 15th century, the region, then occupied by Aymara Indians, was conquered by the Inca and served as an important supplier of agrarian products to the Inca Empire. The modern city was founded on August 15th 1540 by Garcy Manuel de Carbajal, an emissary of Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. The arrival of Spanish influence left many relics and colonial architecture, which reminds the visitor of the city's colonial past, when it was the city with the highest proportion of Spanish population in the whole viceroyalty of Peru. As the second largest city in Peru, Arequipa is influenced by both Andalucian and Spanish Colonial ideas and architecture, such as the popular Santa Catalina Monastery, the Goyoneche Palace and the Casa de Moral. Arequipa has many valuable archaeological and touristy resources including the Colca canyon, one of the deepest in the world and an ideal spot for observing the magnificent Andean Condor.

Located at more than 4000m/12900ft, inside this reserve is Pampas Cañahuas, almost behind the Chachani Volcano, where the Vicuñas (Vicugna) are protected is, is one of two wild South American camelids along with the Guanaco, which lives in the high Andes. It is a relative of the Llamas and the Alpaca. Vicuñas produce small amounts (about a pound per year) of extremely fine wool. It is understood that the Incas raised Vicuñas for their wool, and that it was against the law for any but royalty to wear vicuña garments.

The giant stone forest have been eroded over millions of years by the wind, rain and humidity to form the shapes of trees, animals and human figures.

Situated on the half way between Puno and Arequipa, there series of beautiful small lagoons called Lagunillas, where is possible to see Andean Flamingos, others Andean birds and trout farms fishing on their artisan boats. Here stop to enjoy our delicious snack include the spectacular views and peaceful atmosphere.

Is situated in the north, about 30km away from the shore city of Puno (4100m/13500 ft). This is a historical land with ancient Quechuas communities as the Aymaras, Uros, Pacajes and Paquinas and also one of the most important cultures of the Andes, the funeral towers are called Chullpas Sillustani is considered the most impressive and the largest necropolis in the world and it overlooks Lake Umayo and the air here is beautiful clear.
The architecture of the site is often considered more complex than typical Inca architecture. In contrast with the Inca, who used stones of varying shapes, the Collas used even rectangular edges.

Puno is located in south-eastern Peru, about 3860m/12421ft at the edge of Lake Titicaca; the world’s highest navigable lake is surrounded by a group of beautiful islands full of color and wildlife. Puno is surrounded by 41 floating islands, such as Uros, Amantani, Taquile, Suasi and other islands. This is a historical land with ancient Quechuas communities as the Aimaras, Uros, Pacajes and Paquinas and also one of the most important cultures of the Andes. The Spanish found the ancient city of Puno in 1668. It is colourful and hospitable, a place where we could appreciate mixtures and tradition.
Visit the Uros, Amantani & Taquile islands, Sillustani, Catamaran to the sun & moon islands on the Bolivian site with guide tour with PERU ADVENTURE TOURS.

If you plan to visit the lake Titicaca we recommend some options mentioned below:
Uros Floating Islands Tour - Half Day Guided Excursion
Uros and Taquile Islands Full Day
Uros Amantani Taquile Islands 2 Days
Sillustani Funeral Towers
Chucuito Complex
Llachon Community - Convivencial Tour 3 Days

Bus Journey From Arequipa To Puno
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