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We were only here for 1 hour because that's how long our boat was docked here before heading to the Isla del Sol. We had a good time exploring the ruins on the one part of the island - we didn't have time to explore...More
I don’t no why previous reviews have rated this island/activity so highly. It’s a pretty island but the tour companies that operate here are rubbish and ruin it.
We did the Isla Del Sol and Isla de la Luna islands tour and it was probably...More
We had about an hour to hike up to the top, check out the views and the ruins on Isla De La Luna before boarding the boat again for Isla Del Sol. There was a small entrance fee that was collected on the steps going...More
It is totally worthy to stop by for an hour before calling Isla del Sol. In my opinion is not worthy to hire a guide, but reading some articles on the internet regarding the place. The best thing to do is chilling laying on the...More
Isla de la Luna is beautiful little island with the ruins of Temple of the Virgins. Just it was very disappointing that when you get out of the boat you are imediatelly asked to pay entrance fee, but you don't get any ticket
Even though it's a small island, we spent an amazing couple of hours on this island which exudes a strong feminine energy of nurturing and peace. The doorways in the main plaza are places where the spirit world can connect to you especially during the...More
This place has the feel of deep time. Our guide explained many of the functions of the various features of this temple as well as legends of surrounding landforms. This is an important site to take in when learning about the history of the area.
This is not an island you go to spend a full day unless you intend to hike all around it. But it is a stop to or from the Island of the Sun worth doing it if only to imagine for half an hour how...More
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in... More
i think they make reference to the fact that the Inca virgin women were isolated in this island ( as if they were "nuns") in order to be educated, those who become prospective wifes to the royalty, or to be offered in sacrifice to the gods, the unluckiest ones. Greetings!