In the north-eastern region of the Lake lies Suasi, a private 43-hectare island where everything is different: dawn, rain, storms, twilight. Closer to the sun and the moon, Suasi offers a unique way to know the Titicaca, a burst of magic inviting introspection. The hotel is located over a smooth and sheltered hill, a peaceful view point, surrounded by flowers and gardens.
Amantani is an island on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca. According to a 1988 census, it has a population of 3,663 Quechua speakers divided among about 800 families. The island is circular and about 9.28 km² in size.