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Arrival in Lima, assistance, and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in Lima.
In the morning visit the most important sites of Lima and wrap yourself in its charm and tradition. Visit the impressive historical center and go through by the Main Square, The Government Palace, City Hall, The Archbishop’s Palace and the Cathedral. You will visit the most representative Convent in Lima that displays the largest monumental group of Colonial Art found in America, here you will see and explore the architectual set of religious buildings.
Finally, take a tour through the financial and residential San Isidro district and enjoy an excellent view of the Pacific Ocean from Miraflores, the most touristic district of our city, return to the hotel and transfer to the airport to board your flight to Trujillo. At your arrival, transfer to the hotel.
Make an interesting tour of the most important archaeological sites in Trujillo and finish this adventure in the peaceful and traditional Huanchaco.
Located in Moche, between the countryside and the desert, you will find the Temple of the Sun, built with more than 100 million adobe bricks and currently stands at a height of 45 Mts Here we can see the Huaca de la Luna a beautiful temple divided into 6 buildings, one above the other.
Then, visit Chan Chan Archaeological Complex, spread over a wide area, it was the center of the Chimu Empire, and it is the largest Pre-Columbian adobe city that has existed on the continent.
Finally, gaze a wonderful view of the sea from the traditional beach of Huanchaco also known for their typical boats called Caballitos de Totora. Accommodation in Trujillo.
Get surprised with the archeological wealth of Trujillo and go through extensive fields of sugar cane until arrival to El Brujo Archeological Complex. Learn about the three Huacas (temples) that make up this site: Huaca Cao Viejo, Huaca Partida and Huaca Prieta and learn about the theory behind the site’s name "El Brujo" (The Warlock).
Finally, visit the Cao museum named after La Señora de Cao, a female mummy just discovered in 206. Excavated in a highly-preserved state, the Lady of Cao is thought to have been an important ruler, as she was found surrounded by extravagant jewelry and weapons. Such discovery eradicated the idea of only men ruling the ancient empire.
At scheduled time in the afternoon, transfer to the station to take the bus to Chiclayo. At your arrival, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in Chiclayo.
Visit Túcume, land full of invaluable history, tradition, customs, and archaeological wealth, located 35 kilometers from Chiclayo and is also known as the Valley of the Pyramids. The complex covers an area of 220 hectares and is surrounded by fertile crop fields. Túcume is a great complex where you can see 25 pyramidal Temples, and Huaca Las Estacas, Mirador, and Huaca Larga.
Tour The site museum named as the complex and explains the visitors the development, life and end of the Lambayeque Culture.
Then visit the spectacular Señor de Sipan Royal Tombs museum modern pyramidal building that houses true Mochica art jewels in its interior and keeps the remains of the ancient Sipan ruler. Finally, tour the spectacular Huaca Rajada complex composed by two mud brick pyramids and a terrace built by the ancient Mochicans. In 1978, the celebrated archaeological discovery of two pre-Hispanic tombs was made: El Señor de Sipan (Lord of Sipan) and his ancestor, El Viejo Señor de Sipan (Old Lord of Sipan), both very important persons that ruled the Valley's destiny during the 2nd and 3rd centuries of our era. With these discoveries, our admiration for the well-known excellence of Mochica ceramics was enriched by the revelation that they also produced exquisite metalwork. Accommodation in Chiclayo.
Transfer from the hotel to the airport to board your flight back to Lima to take your connecting international flight.
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