08.00 We leave the Hotel for Sillustani
09.00 We arrive at SILLUSTANI is the most important pre-Inca cemetery in Peru from 600 to 800 years AD, started by the Qollas but continued in the empire of the Incas, it is located on a peninsula on the Umayo Lagoon, which enjoys an environment of very unique tranquility and peace, more than 4000 people are considered buried, with tunnels in their interiors that are still not valued, the most representative are the funeral towers called CHULLPAS, some of more than 12 meters high by 7 in diameter, with samples of architectural techniques without similar and inexplicable, in 1973 a team of studies of the University of San Marcos found 503 pieces of gold that corresponded to 5 Kilos, belonging to the adornments of a lord of the Qollas.
We also visit the alpaqueras communities that live around the Chullpas, that invite us to enter their houses, they give us potatoes cooked with cheese and they show us their products, the way they weave and develop their textiles, the interior of their rooms and how raise their animals
12.00 Lunch in a lodging house of the alpaca community of Hatuncolla, it is shared with them.
13.00 We go to Lampa

14.30 We arrived at Lampa the most preserved Colonial and Republican city in the highlands, we made visits to the Church, SANTIAGO APOSTOL began its construction in 1675, it has the only copy of La Piedad by Michel Angel authorized by the Vatican catacombs, ossuaries and an exquisite Baroque art proposal in paintings, altarpieces etc. We also visited colonial Casonas, Museums and we felt a town that stayed in time with a Spanish and republican presence.
16.00 The return begins
17.30 Arrival at their respective hotels in Puno.