La Libertad - Trujillo

Small Rating 5

Explorer

recommend
50/100%
Physical Grading
User rating 4
18 reviews

TOUR FULL DAY TRUJILLO

10:30 AM: We will pick you up from your hotel and start our one day tour of Trujillo. We leave for the Moche area of the country and start the tour of the "Huaca de la Luna" (Temple of the Moon). We will also visit the Huacas de Moche Museum, which has pottery giving you a glance at the Moche culture. We will then visit the Huaca de la Luna, or the Moche religious center.

We will go through its rooms full of murals in high relief depicting their god AIAPAEC or the Beheader, warriors, naked prisoners, dancers, animals, large spiders, the sun, stars, abstract motifs, and more. From there we will go on to see the Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun), with its pyramid at 43 meters high, built for administrative purposes. We will also see the Moche Urban Area, where the upper class of Moche culture lived. Finally, in the Area of Artisans, we will see pieces of pottery made with the style, colors, and forms used by the ancient Moche artisans and which are still used to this day.


02:30 PM TOUR CHAN CHAN – HUANCHACO

We will start the Chimu tour with a visit to Temple of the Rainbow also called Temple of the Dragon, used by the ancient Chimu people to worship their god. This temple is decorated with figures representing the fertility of the Earth. We will also visit the Chan Chan Museum, where we will learn about pottery, silverware and the lifestyle of the Chimu people.

We will then go through one the 9 palaces of the Chan Chan Citadel, the Nikan Palace (ex Tschudi Palace), which has different rooms decorated with friezes and carvings like the ceremonial center, the fish and birds corridor, the Huachaque (reservoir), among others. After our visit to Chan Chan, we will go to Huanchaco Beach, where according to legend Takaynamo, the first king of the Chimu, disembarked together with his court. We can buy handicrafts and souvenirs, see totora reed boats (“little totora reed horses”) and walk along the pier.

06:30 PM We will return to Trujillo.

Plaza Trujillo
  • Private Guided Tours
  • Private Transportation.
  • Items and activates not included in the itinerary

TRUJILLO 2 DAYS / 1 NIGHT

After your arrival in Trujillo we will bring you to your hotel. We will start our tour of Chan Chan, visiting the Temple of the Rainbow also called Temple of the Dragon. This temple was used by the ancient Chimu people to worship their god and is decorated with figures depicting the fertility of the Earth.

We will also visit the site museum of Chan Chan where we will learn about the pottery, silverware and lifestyle of the Chimu civilization. We will then go through one the 9 palaces of the Chan Chan Citadel, the Nikan Palace (ex Tschudi Palace), which has different rooms decorated with friezes and carvings like the ceremonial center, the fish and birds corridor, the Huachaque (reservoir), among others. Finally, after our visit to Chan Chan, we will go to Huanchaco, where according to legend Takaynamo, the first king of the Chimu, disembarked together with his court.

We can buy handicrafts and souvenirs, see totora reed boats ("little totora reed horses") and stroll along the pier. We will have overnight in Trujillo.

Plaza Trujillo

We will pick you up from your hotel to start our tour and head out to the Moche countryside. We will visit the "Huacas de Moche" Museum, which has pottery showing the Moche iconography. Then we visit the Huaca de la Luna(Temple of the Moon), a Moche religious center full of murals in high relief representing their god AIAPAEC or the Beheader, warriors, dancers, animals, giant spiders, abstract motifs, and more.

From here we will see the Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) with its pyramid at 43 meters high, built for administrative purposes and the Moche Urban Area, where the upper class of the Moche civilization lived. Finally, in the Area of Artisans, we will see pieces of pottery made with the style, colors, and forms used by the ancient Moche artisans which are still used today.

  • Private transportation (shared with other clients).
  • Professional guide.
  • Extras & gratuities
  • Lunch at the village tourist restaurant

TRUJILLO 3D/2N

We will pick you up from your hotel and start the city tour, visiting Colonial Trujillo. We will visit the Main Square and the Freedom Monument, the Cathedral, The Calonge Urquiaga House (neoclassical-style house adapted as a museum, which has an exhibition of gold from the Chimu culture, as well as furniture of the Virreynal and Republican eras), the Emancipation House, Recreo Park, and “La Merced” Church. Afterwards, we will have a guided visit to the museum of your choice.

You can visit the UNT Archeological Museum, located in the “Risco House”. The museum shows the cultural development of the north coast from 10,000 BC until the arrival of the conquerors in 1532. Or you can visit the Toy Museum, where we find toys from all around the world, from pre-Columbian era to 1960.

It is divided into sections for girls, children, an area of popular culture and the latest toys dedicated to the pre-Columbian culture. Or we can visit the Casinelli Museum, which houses a collection of pieces from the Cupisnique culture, Salinar culture, Moche culture, Chavin culture, Recuay culture and Nazca culture. We will overnight in Trujillo.

Plaza Trujillo

We will pick you up from your hotel and head out to Moche countryside where we will visit the "Huacas de Moche" Museum, which has pottery showing the Moche iconography. Afterwards we will visit the Huaca de la Luna (Temple of the Moon), a Moche religious center, full of murals in high relief depicting their god AIAPAEC or the Beheader, warriors, dancers, animals, giant spiders, abstract motifs, and more.

From here we will go on to visit the Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun), with its pyramid at 43 meters high, built for administrative purposes as well as the Moche Urban Area, where the upper class of the Moche civilization lived. Finally in the Area of Artisans, we will see pieces of pottery made with the style, colors, forms used by the ancient Moche artisans and which are still used nowadays.

After lunch we will travel to Chan Chan and visit the Temple of the Rainbow also called Temple of the Dragon. This temple was used by the ancient Chimu people to worship their god and is decorated with figures representing the fertility of the Earth. We will visit the site museum of Chan Chan, where we will learn about pottery, silverware and the lifestyles of the Chimu people.

Then we will visit one of the 9 palaces of the Chan Chan Citadel, the Nikan Palace (ex Tschudi Palace), which has different rooms decorated with friezes and carvings like the ceremonial center, the fish and birds corridor, the Huachaque (reservoir), among others. Finally we will travel to Huanchaco, where according to legend Takaynamo, the first king of the Chimu, disembarked together with his court. We can buy handicrafts and souvenirs, see totora reed boats ("little totora reed horses") and walk along the pier. We will overnight in Trujillo.

Chan Chan

On the third day of your tour, we will go to the Chicama Valley to the town of Magdalena de Cao to visit the "El Brujo" Archaeological Complex, which comprises Huaca Prieta, Huaca Partida (Huaca el Brujo) and Huaca Cao Viejo, which has decorations in high relief of the god Aiapaec depicted in murals.

Here we will also find the Lady of Cao who was probably the ruler and priestess of this area. At the Museum of Cao, we can see articles found in the tomb of the Lady of Cao (jewelry made of gold, silver and precious stones, as well as pottery, textiles, etc.).

We will also see the Mummy of the Lady of Cao, whose tattoos of spiders and snakes on her arms and legs are incredibly well preserved and can be seen in detail.

Afterwards we will return to Trujillo and at the scheduled time, transfer to the airport or bus agency.

Dama de Cao
  • 02 nights accommodation, 02 breakfasts, entrance tickets, transport, tour guide, the mentioned tours, Transfer In/out
  • Lunch, dinner, any other expense not mentioned in the itinerary

TRUJILLO 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

We will start your first day by picking you up from your hotel and beginning the City Tour to visit Colonial Trujillo. We will visit the Main Square and the Freedom Monument, the Cathedral, The Calonge Urquiaga House (neoclassical-style house adapted as a museum, which has gold pieces of the Chimu culture as well as furniture of the Virreynal and Republican eras in exhibition), the Emancipation House, Recreo Park, La Merced” Church, and then we will have a guided visit to the museum of your choice.

You can choose to visit the UNT Archeological Museum, located in the “Risco House”. This museum shows the cultural development of the north coast from 10,000 BC until the arrival of the conquerors in 1532. Or you can visit the Toy Museum, where we find toys from all around the world from the pre-Columbian era to 1960.

It is divided into sections for girls, children, a third area of popular culture and the latest toys dedicated to the pre-Columbian era. You can also choose to visit the Casinelli Museum, which houses a collection of pieces from the Cupisnique culture, the Salinar culture, the Moche culture, the Chavin culture, the Recuay culture and the Nazca culture. We will stay overnight in Trujillo.

Plaza Trujillo

We will pick you up from your hotel and head out to Moche countryside. We will visit the "Huacas de Moche" Museum, which has pottery showing the Moche iconography. Then we’ll visit the Huaca de la Luna(Temple of the Moon), a Moche religious center, full of murals in high relief depicting their god AIAPAEC or the beheader, warriors, dancers, animals, giant spiders, abstract motifs, and so on.

From here we will see the Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun), a pyramid 43 meters high, and the Moche Urban Area, a place where the upper class of Moche used to live. Finally in the Area of Artisans, we will see pieces of pottery made with the style, colors, and forms used by the ancient Moche artisans and which are still used to this day.

After lunch we’ll visit the Temple of the Rainbow also called the Temple of the Dragon, used by the ancient Chimu people to worship their god. This temple is decorated with figures representing the fertility of the Earth. We will also visit the site museum of Chan Chan, where we will learn about pottery, silverware and lifestyle of the Chimu people.

Then we will go through one the 9 palaces of the Chan Chan Citadel, the Nikan Palace (ex Tschudi Palace), which has different rooms decorated with friezes and carvings like the ceremonial center, the fish and birds corridor, the Huachaque (reservoir), among others.

Finally we will go to Huanchaco, where according to the legend, Takaynamo the first king of the Chimu, disembarked together with his court. We can buy handicrafts and souvenirs, see the totora reed boats ("little totora reed horses") and walk along the pier. We’ll stay overnight in Trujillo.

Chan Chan

We’ll head out to the Chicama Valley to the town of Magdalena de Cao to visit the "El Brujo" Archaeological Complex, which includes the Huaca Prieta, Huaca Partida (Huaca el Brujo) and Huaca Cao Viejo, which has decorations in high relief of the god Aiapaec depicted in murals. We’ll also see the Lady of Cao who was likely the ruler and priestess of this area.

At the Museum of Cao, we can see the items found in the tomb of the Lady of Cao (jewelry made of gold, silver and precious stones, also pottery, textiles, etc.). We can also see the mummy of the Lady of Cao whose tattoos of spiders and snakes on her arms and legs are incredibly well preserved and can be seen in detail. Afterwards we’ll head back to Trujillo where we’ll stay overnight.

El Brujo Archaeological Complex

Today we’ll start with a walk through the Hacienda, the pergola, and the stables. We’ll also enjoy a presentation of the Peruvian Paso Horse with an explanation of its history, training and lifestyle. We’ll watch a typical Marinera dancing couple as well as watching the Peruvian Paso horses dancing Marinera! The audience will be able to participate and you have the option to go on a horseback ride and have a photo shoot. Afterwards we’ll head back to Trujillo where you’ll have time to relax or go shopping.

Caballos de Paso Peruano
  • 03 nights accommodation, 03 breakfasts, entrance tickets, transport, tour guide, the tours mentioned above, Transfer In/out.
  • Lunch, dinner, any other expense not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Original passport (and *International Student card (ISIC) if applicable)
  • Sleeping bag (not included but can be hired from us)
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket, hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended)
  • Re-usable plastic or metal water container or camel bags.
  • Water (only for first 4 hours of trek, then we will provide you with drinking -previously boiled- water).
  • Insect repellent
  • Toiletries
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and films
  • Torch with batteries.
DAILY DEPARTURE CONFIRMED 100% GUARANTEED DEPARTURES
Every departure is now guaranteed to run. Yup, all of them.
Our Travel Agency is pleased to present our guests with a variety of favorite
tour programs that are available on a daily departure basis. With a minimum
of 2 passengers, we offer tours to Perú and Southamerica and many other well-known
destinations in America every day throughout the year.

Member of

ASTA - American Society of Travel Agents

American Society of Travel Agents

Recommended by


Need Assistance?

Our team is 18/6 at your service to help you with your booking issues or answer any related questions

(+51) 01-2422409


You May Also Like

Spirit of Peru SPIRIT OF PERU
TREKKERS
Filter Rating 5
Peru Colonial Island PERU COLONIAL
EXPLORER
Filter rating 5
Nature Beauty of Peru NATURAL BEAUTY OF PERU
EXPLORER/NATURE
Filter Rating 5
Tour Peru Total Full Explorer PERU FROM A TILL Z
TREKKER/EXPLORER
Filter Rating 5






Let's socialize
facebook twitter Pinterest youtube


Peru Travel
© 2017 | All Rights Reserved

Newsletter

Support
+51 - 01 - 2422409
+51 - 084 - 231344

info@perutravel.net

Lima Office: La Paz Avenue #676, Of. 204 Miraflores, Lima / Perú

Cusco Office: San Agustín Street 317 - Cusco / Perú
Home | About us | Social Responsability | Special offers | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Blog | Contact | Location | Payment Methods


Top button