The Uru or Uros (Uru: Qhas Qut suñi) are an indigenous people of Peru and Bolivia. They live on an approximate and still growing 120 self-fashioned floating islands in Lake Titicaca near Puno.
They form three main groups: the Uru-Chipaya, Uru-Murato, and Uru-Iruito. The Uru-Iruito still inhabit the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca and the Desaguadero River.
- Experince a unique way of life in Peru; communities living on islands made of bundles of dried Totora reeds to make reed boats (balsas).
1 Day: Incorporate a day trip to the Uros Islands as part of a tour of Lake Titicaca