Meet the best Trujillo sweets and try the best King Kong Liberteño.
Tour the citadel of Chan Chan, the largest mud city in the world !.
Visit the pier of Huanchaco, a spa famous for its history and its boats: Los Caballitos de Totora.
Meet the fascinating El Brujo Archaeological Complex, where the only ruling woman of the Mochica society is found.
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Days of operation: from Tuesday to Sunday
MOCHE AND CHIMU TOUR
10:30 am I pick up from the hotel.
11:00 am We begin our visit, knowing one of the best candy shops in Trujillo where you can taste the best alfajor or king Kong liberteño, besides being a museum factory where you will appreciate coastal ceramics from a private collection.
We continue with the visit to the House of the Inconceivable Face where they will have a brief explanation of the Moche ceramics.
We will continue the visit to the Huaca de la Luna Site Museum to see Mochica ceramics.
Finally we will enter the Archaeological Project Huacas del Sol y la Luna, where they will observe original colors in high relief of the god of the Moches; they did cults and sacrifices.
1:30 pm Tourist lunch.
3:00 pm We will start the visit to the North side of Trujillo knowing the famous Huaca Arco Iris or Dragon, religious ceremonial center located in the populated district of Esperanza.
Visit the Chan Chan Museum, the only one that has a variety of ceramics.
Arrival at the Chan Chan citadel. The largest mud city in the world; In their interiors they will visit the main plaza, corridors, Huachaquis and funeral grounds.
Then we will pass very close to the Pampas de Gramalote, which was the first fishing village located in Huanchaquito.
Finally you will visit the Tourist Lookout with its Ancient Church in Huanchaco and then arrive at the Huanchaco dock, a spa famous for its history, with its boats known as totora caballitos.
6:30 pm Return to Trujillo.
DAD OF CAO
10:20 am We will travel 60 km north of Trujillo, passing through a forest of sugar cane, until we reach the town of Magdalena de Cao; where they will receive them with a tasting of Chicha de Jora.
You will see handicrafts, products made as the ancient Moche did.
Then they will undertake a trip to the El Brujo Archaeological Complex, where the only ruling woman of the Mochica society is.
They will enter the Huaca Cao Viejo, the Museum of the site, with the discovery of metals and visualization of the Huaca El Brujo and Huaca Prieta.
3:00 pm Tourist lunch.
End of service
01 night accommodation
Huaca de la Luna CD.
Income ticket to:
Huaca del Sol.
Huaca of the Moon.
Citadel Chan - Chan.
Museums, monuments (included)
Cultural visits (included)
Guided visits (included)
Children under 3 years old do not pay. They share service, attention and bed in accommodation with their parents and/or accompanying adults.
English additional cost 40 soles per person per day, payable directly on the day of the tour.
Children from 4 years old, pay full rate.
The tours and activities carried out by this Operator have a low level of risk and difficulty and provide the necessary security.
Any material loss or accident is under the responsibility of the client.
Service is subject to change without prior notice, due to weather conditions (rain, mudslides, overflows, etc.), strikes and/or demonstrations and any other event that does not allow the normal development of the itinerary.
Any cancellation of the service for the reasons indicated, does not apply a refund.
In such case, the Operator could carry out a contingency plan with an alternative tour.
The Itinerary may vary at the discretion of the operator, always to guarantee the safety of the traveler and the best development of the service as a whole.
If you decide to withdraw before the end of the service, there will be no refund for it either.
If you bring or buy snacks during the tours, preferably light ones (dried fruits, cookies and water).
If you do not attend the day of the service, it will be considered as "Done" without any Claims, Postponements or Returns.
Seats in transfer mobility are not reserved, they are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.