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Day 1 Pick up service at the airport in Trujillo. Visit Chan Chan. After lunch will visit Huaca of the Sun and the Moon. Night in Huanchaco.

Chan Chan is declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1986. Chan Chan was the large metropolis of approximately 20 square kilometers. This adobe city had reservoirs, streets, houses, cemeteries and administrative offices.

Dr. Mosseley stated that "the Capital as Huaca del Sol and de la Luna had matured into a splendid city when it was suddendly devastated y one of the early El Niño floodings".


chan chan entrance


Day 2 Transfer to Chiclayo. In the way to Chiclayo we will stop in Huaca Lady of Cao (Huaca el Brujo). Night in Chiclayo.

In 2005 archaeologists working at the site of El Brujo on the north coast of Peru uncovered an intriguing bundle of cloth. It had been buried in an ornately painted funerary complex of adobe in about A.D. 400. Inside lay the naturally mummified body of a young female aristocrat from the Moche culture, which flourished in that region a thousand years before the Inca. Experts have now recreated the woman’s features using techniques normally employed to solve crimes. (natgeo)

lady of cao

Day 3 We will visit Huaca Rajada and its museum then will go to Sican Museum. Night in Tucume.

The Huaca Rajada archaeological site is located twenty-two miles west of Chiclayo and one mile from the village of Sipán.
In Huaca Rajada 1987, a Peruvian archaeology Walter Alva, was told by the policemen that some Huaqueros (looters) found some impresive gold and silver figures. Walter, followed the trail of the huaqueros and discovered and Amazingly Rich Royal Tomb. These finds have been compared to the Tutankhamen in Egypt. The body of the Lord of Sipan was found with luxurious ornaments and is now in the Royal Tombs of Sipan. Exquisite gold and silver and turquoise ornaments, sucha as crowns, necklaces, earrings and bracelets adorn his body. His hands hold gold and copper ingots, a gold rattle in one and a copper knife in the other.

Lambayeque Culture (Sican). Sican, In the native language means House of the Moon. Japanese archaeologist Izumi Shimada, current Director of the Sican project and professor at the University of Illinois, began excavation in this area in 1978. According to Dr. Shimada, one of the most outstanding aspects of the sican culture was their technological and teir large-scale industrial production. In only one tomb, half a ton of "Tumbaga" (an alloy of gold and copper) must have taken approximately 50,000 man hours of work. The Tumi (the famous ceremonial knives) belongs to this culture.

huaca rajada museum

Day 4 We will visit Tucume in the morning after lunch will visit Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum. Transfer to the airport in Chiclayo

Tucume, the valley of the Pyramids is located in the fertile La Leche Valley. It is and archaeological site with more than 200 hectares and 26 pyramids. This place was and administrative and religious center with traces of the Moche, Chimu and Inca Culture.

royal tombs of sipan

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2 paxes                 USD 650 p.p
4 paxes or more   USD


All entrance fees                                                                    
Transfers to airport or bus station
All transportation specified in the program
Hotels specified in the program
Bilingual guide

Alcoholic beverages
Airport taxes
Internal flights (we can provide upon request)
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Jr. Sto. Domingo 432
Phone: 407-860-3993 (USA)
41-941-963327 (Peru)
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