After working for over two years with different Cruise Ship Lines providing tours, we decided to offer a customize experience that will fit from your arrival time to your departure time (specially made for Cruise Ship travelers)We are able to customize a group or private tour experience including all the main archeological sites accordingly to your available time in our Home town.Because learning about other cultures shouldn't be expensive!!!
Visit the Moche archaeological site of Huaca Rajada and gain insight into an ancient civilization lost in time on this tour from Chiclayo. Following pickup at your centrally located hotel, explore Huaca Rajada and learn of the Moche people through detailed displays of the jewelry discovered. Discover pyramids dating back to 100 AD, and learn of Moche culture and customs at the Museum of the Royal Tombs of Sipán.
This private Trujillo shore excursion is a great way to see top Trujillo sites while you're at port. Visit the pre-Incan Sun and Moon Temples, UNESCO-listed Chan Chan Archaeological Zone, and colonial-era historic center of Trujillo, all without having to worry about timing—your guide picks you up from the dock when you arrive, and takes you back whenever you need to go.
This half day tour starts at 10.30am from Chiclayo main square. From there we will start the day going to the Lord of Sipan Tomb and Huaca Rajada. Then we will head to the Royal Sipan Tombs museum where we can see many relics from the Moche culture. Finally we will end the day in Brüning museum, where we can learn the story of Lamabayeque Cultures.
Tour Peru's Huacas de Moche or Temples of Moche: two towering ancient temples once belonging to the country's Moche civilization. Your 2.5-hour guided visit from Trujillo begins with an exploration of the archaeological site's Temple of the Sun, a stepped pyramid likely used for business and military, and continues on to the Temple of the Moon, the Moche's spiritual center. Moche artifacts are also on display. Both private and group tours are available.
We started two hours before the competition, at 8:30 in the morning, this gives us more time in each place to visit.Our tour guides are bilingual and the office staff too.Ventarrón, our oldest pyramid, sometimes needs repair of structures or maintenance, so if it is not possible to visit it we offer you the Brünning museum, here is a very complete sample of the entire history of our region with more than two thousand archaeological pieces originalsConsider this in case a change is necessary. We always do three places per day.We stop at Lambayeque, in a traditional restaurant, for lunch, which is not included.Upon return we leave the group at your hotel, bus station or in the main city square.
Set out on a 4-hour tour from Chiclayo to explore the world of the ancient Sicán people, a Peruvian civilization that flourished from 750 to 1300 AD. Visit Batan Grande, an old sugar plantation and known archeological site where archaeologists discovered an important Sicán tomb in 1992. Take a guided stroll among the area's dozens of Sicán-built ancient pyramids. then head off to the Sicán National Museum in the town of Ferreñafe for a 1.5-hour guided tour. Here you'll see artifacts recovered from the 1992 excavation, including feathered funeral masks.
We started two hours before the competition, at 8:30 in the morning, this gives us more time in each place to visit.Our tour guides are bilingual and the office staff too.We stop at a traditional restaurant, for lunch, which is not included.Upon return we leave the group at your hotel, bus station or in the main city square.
Set out from Trujillo on a few-hour tour combining incredible archaeological sites with a trip to a popular beachside village. Your adventure begins with a visit to the Temple of the Dragon, known for its amazingly detailed friezes. Then spend some time exploring Chan Chan, the one-time capital of Peru's Chimú civilization. An expert guide provides details on the history and significance of this intriguing site along the way. Your final stop is Huanchaco, a coastal town known for its caballitos de totora, or fishing boats.
Delve into the history of Peru's ancient Moche people during a private tour of the El Brujo Archaeological Complex. Set out from Trujillo to this incredible site, where you'll get to see ancient ruins from the 1st to 8th centuries—the time with the Moche civilization thrived . Marvel at the site's three intricately decorated temples and explore its museum, where the recently excavated mummy 'Lady of Cao' is on display.
See more than 1,500 artifacts once belonging to ancient Peruvian civilations at the Brüning National Archeological Museum. Set out from Chiclayo to Lambayeque for a private tour of the museum. Peruse this rare collection of textiles, headdresses, gold vases and more while your expert guide shares the history of Peru's Moche, Chimu, and other ancient cultures. Round-trip hotel transport is included with your ticket.
Experience Chiclayo's landmarks and attractions on a guided private sightseeing tour of the city. People-watch in Plaza Principal, Chiclayo's main square. Marvel at Paseo de las Musas's classic-style Greek statues, and explore the Municipal Palace museum. You'll also visit the city's captivating Witch Market, home to a treasure-trove of unusual herbs and healing remedies.
Chan Chan is a complex of adobe and sand and was one of the largest known cities in the Americas. For nearly 600 years, the sprawling city was the seat of an Empire that extended for hundreds of miles, and its residents were masters of engineering techniques unknown to the rest of the world.
Explore Trujillo and its nearby archeological sites on a day-long tour. First, set out on a private sightseeing tour of Trujillo—stopping at attractions like the beloved Central Market. Then set out for a guided tour the National University of Archeology, Anthropology and History and a visit to the Temples of Moche (which includes the Temples of the Sun and Moon) and Huanchaco, a picturesque beachside town. Cap off your day wandering among the ancient ruins of Chan Chan, the former capital of Peru's Chimú people.
The archaeological find of the Lady of Cao, is undoubtedly an unprecedented fact that forces each Peruvian to pause and reflect on how our history becomes dynamic in the face of this fact, since what we believed for years, that the Mochica culture was clearly a patriarchy, it takes an unexpected turn and incidentally invites us to reflect: the political and socio-economic weight of pre-Columbian women in those times where until their discovery the female role, in the mental collective, was totally secondary.
Get acquainted with Trujillo during a 3-hour sightseeing excursion that visits the city's main sights and attractions. You'll enjoy a guided tour of the National University of Trujillo Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History and explore such places as the Plaza de Armas and Plazuela El Recreo, in the city's historic center. For a more one-on-one experience, upgrade from a group to a private tour.