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A solar-powered ecolodge on remote and uniquely beautiful Suasi Island"”the only private island in massive Lake Titicaca, the world′s highest navigable body of water. Featuring panoramic lake views from every room, surrounded by terraced gardens and designed with native materials (stone, adobe and thatched roofs) to blend into the island, the lodge is committed to being green.
Remote Suasi Island, in the northeastern extreme of Lake Titicaca, is reachable in about 4.30 hours by fast lancha (motorized speedboat), which leaves every day directly from the private pier of Casa Andina Private Collection - Puno. Visitors stop en route at the unique Uros Floating Islands and then enjoy a singular cultural experience visiting the traditional Alsuno community of weavers on Taquile Island, before venturing on to Suasi - arriving just in time for a barbecue lunch.
Suasi, though far from Puno, is just 1 km. (0.6 mi) from the mainland in the northeastern extreme of the lake. Guests with their own vehicles (preferably 4x4) can also drive to the town of Cambria and leave the vehicle there, to be picked up at the dock and transported to Suasi by the lodge′s Zodiac (dinghy).
In case you rather return from Suasi by land, try the spectacularly scenic but rustic road (167 km/98 mi, about 2.5 hours) that hugs the banks of Lake Titicaca, and either head back to Puno or directly to the airport in Juliaca.
Suasi makes ingenious use of rustic local materials, but is unexpectedly refined for a remote, solar-powered ecolodge. Superior rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with large bathrooms, peaked ceilings with wood beams, and chimneys. All rooms feature huge picture windows framing great views of the bay and deep blue of Lake Titicaca. The Andean Cottage is a very large & extremely private 2-bedroom lakefront suite.
Superior Rooms (Lake View)
Ample (28 m² / 301 sq. ft) and elegantly rustic, with 1 King/Full-size bed or 2 Full-size. In the original wing, 9 rooms have a warm appeal, with exposed stone walls and high peaked ceilings brightened by large skylights. In the newest wing, 14 rooms are just a touch more modern, though they feature even more expansive lake views. Two rooms have balconies overlooking gardens and the lake.
An enormous (81 m² / 870 sq. ft), spectacularly private, and well-equipped 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom suite right at water′s edge. The master bedroom has a Super King bed; the guest bedroom, 2 Twin beds. The suite also features a large living room/bar, Jacuzzi tub with expansive lake views, 2 chimneys, a private pier, 24-hour butler/& room service.
The gourmet restaurant, lit by candlelight, is elegant and sophisticated but with relaxing rustic touches. The chef uses native grains in soups, such as sopa de quinoa, and indigenous meats like alpaca, and a superb selection of Peruvian and imported wines and spirits is on tap. Most guests begin the evening with a drink in the fire-warmed bar and end it with a nightcap and some billiards or board games. For groups, barbecues or classic Andean-style pachamancas can be arranged (see the menu).
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