Intiwata Cultural complex
Located a few meters away from the main Inca remains at Sun Island, it includes two underground museums; one with the largest collection of archeological and anthropological items found in Sun Island and the other of ethnomusicology and native folklore.
Authentic Inca made agricultural terraces with the largest demo variety of Andean crops and medicinal herbs are possible to appreciate as well as an altar from Tiwanaku where authentic Sun Island Kallawayas (witch doctors) perform a ceremony to greet visitors. Displays dedicated to the totora reed ship-builders, to the transoceanic expeditions and to traditional medicine and Andean witchcraft allows passenger to have an interesting overview of ancient cultures.
The cultural complex also includes the largest totora reed vessel of Lake Titicaca; a 40-passenger huge raft built by Celso Arratia; a Titicaca native who worked for the world most important explorer of primitive navigation Thor Heyerdahl. Visitors to the Complex sail aboard this impressive Titicaca typical vessel from the Inca steps to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace going back in time to experience Titicaca and transoceanic primitive navigation.
Both the Inti Wata Cultural Complex and the Inti Wata vessel are exclusive attractions available only for Catamaran Cruise Ship clients.