The largest lake in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world at nearly 4,000m above sea level is the sensational location of Titalaka, a beautiful architect-designed sustainable lodge on a private peninsula on the south-eastern edge of the lake. Titilaka features eighteen lake-facing rooms arranged over three levels and connected by central hallways. Each room has an open format and is equipped with a full bathroom and contemporary furnishings complemented by local textiles and fresh flowers.
Surrounded by four acres of grounds, Titilaka is the perfect base to explore this unspoiled corner, home to some of Peru’s most traditional communities. 75% of the staff working at the lodge are from the local community.
*Eighteen lake-facing rooms with exceptional views
*4 acres of grounds and two private beaches on a private peninsula
*Outdoor wrap-around terraces, an overwater deck and boardwalks
*Reception, sitting areas, 3 lounges, main dining room and fully-stocked bar with well-stocked regional wine cellar
*Fully-equipped media and reading room with satellite TV, books, games and DVD's
*Small jetty or landing dock
*Boutique shop with an eclectic collection of merchandise
The lodge’s Fully Inclusive Service includes all meals, created by Peruvian chef Maria Fe Garcia, and more than a dozen complimentary, highly flexible itineraries led by bilingual local expert guides.