Drinking and nightlife in Lake Titicaca

  • Nightlife in Puno

    Dómino Club

    If you want to see how young locals get down, this is the place. Multileveled mayhem, a karaoke lounge, a dance floor that explodes to salsa, reggaetón (blending Puerto Rican bomba, dancehall and hip-hop) and rock, and cuba libre (rum and cola) by the jug: it all adds up to a great night, but it’s not for the faint-hearted.

  • Nightlife in Puno

    Kamizaraky Rock Pub

    With a classic-rock soundtrack, grungy cool bartenders, cocktails, pizzas and liquor-infused coffee drinks essential for staying warm during Puno’s bone-chilling nights,this may be a hard place to leave.

  • Nightlife in Puno

    Positive Rock Reggae

    This rock and reggae travelers’ haunt is usually buzzing. The enthusiastic young staff all dream of being DJs someday, and relaxed service lives up to the promise of the bar’s name. The eye-popping, UV-painted toilet is a little hard on the cortexes by the end of happy hour, but nobody’s complaining.

  • Nightlife in Puno

    Ekeko’s

    Travelers and locals alike gravitate to this tiny, ultraviolet dance floor above a restaurant, splashed with psychedelic murals. It moves to a thumping mixture of modern beats and old favorites, from salsa to techno trance, which can be heard several blocks away.