Private Departure Transfer: Trujillo Hotel to Airport
Enjoy a stress-free end to your Trujillo vacation with a private transfer from your hotel to Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport. Travel with the space and comfort of a private vehicle, and skip the shared shuttles. Service is available 24 hours a day.At your specified time, your private driver will pick you up at your Trujillo accommodation and take you in air-conditioned comfort to Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (TRU), approximately 10 miles (16 km) from central Trujillo.When making a booking, please provide all flight departure details and full address of your accommodation. Your transfer will be confirmed instantly, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.Price is per person, based on 4 or more adults per car/vehicle.
Private Arrival Transfer: Trujillo Airport to Hotel
Start your trip to Trujillo with a private transfer from Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport to your Trujillo hotel. Travel in the comfort of a private vehicle, and skip the taxi queues and shared shuttles. Service is available 24 hours a day.When you arrive at Trujillo’s Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (TRU), your private driver will take you to your Trujillo hotel in air-conditioned comfort. The airport is an approximate 25-minute drive from central Trujillo.When making a booking, please provide all flight arrival details and full address of your accommodation. Your transfer will be confirmed instantly, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.Price is per person, based on 4 or more adults per car/vehicle.
Trujillo City Sightseeing Tour and National University Archeological Museum
See Trujillo’s top sights and orient yourself to this historical city on a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Visit the main square, Plaza de Armas, to see the Freedom Monument and the Trujillo Cathedral, and then take off around the city, passing by lovely colonial mansions, several churches including El Carmen Church and La Merced Church, and other attractions like Plazuela El Recreo. Plus, tour the National University of Trujillo Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History with an experienced guide. Choose between a group and private tour.After hotel pickup, your Trujillo sightseeing tour starts at the city’s main square, the Plaza de Armas, known for the Freedom Monument, a large statue created by German artist Edmund Möeller. Learn about the significance of this multi-tiered sculpture from your guide, and then head to the Trujillo Cathedral, a beautiful yellow colonial building originally constructed in 1647 that sits on the square.Next, visit the Urquiaga-Calonge House, a colonial mansion now owned by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, and then take a panoramic driving tour through the city to see sights like Belem Church, Baanante House, the Central Market and shopping arcades. Continue to the National University of Trujillo Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History (Museo de Arqueología, Antropología e Historia de la Universidad Nacional de Trujillo). Tour the museum with your guide, checking out its interesting collection of artifacts and other archeological objects from Peru’s pre-Hispanic cultures. See such pieces as jewelry, ceramics and feather mosaics. After the museum, hop back in your tour vehicle to continue sightseeing, passing by San Lorenzo Church, El Carmen Church, Campana House and the Trujillo business district. You’ll also see sights like San Agustin Church, the Superior Court, La Merced Church, Santa Clara Church and Plazuela El Recreo. Finally, you will reach the Trujillo city wall, a defensive fortress built by the Spaniards be
Trujillo Combo Tour: Temple of the Dragon, Chan Chan and Huanchaco
Visit two Chimú archeological sites and the coastal village of Huanchaco on this combo tour from Trujillo with a knowledgeable guide. Start at the Temple of the Dragon (also known as the Temple of the Rainbow), an adobe pyramid that features beautiful frieze murals. Then tour the biggest ancient city in South America, former Chimú capital and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Chan Chan. Explore its plazas and learn about its history, and then finish your tour in Huanchaco to see its famous reed fishing boats. Hotel transport is included.After hotel pickup in Trujillo, your tour starts at Huaco el Dragon, the Temple of the Dragon — also known as Huaco del Arco Iris, or Temple of the Rainbow — just a 10-minute drive from central Trujillo. Built for religious and ceremonial purposes by the Chimú people, who lived in northern Peru from about 900 AD to the 1400s, the adobe pyramid is known for its intricate frieze murals. With your guide, walk around the temple and learn a bit about the history of and theories behind the site — the temple features carvings of a dragon (hence its name), and it’s believed that the temple was used during rituals to honor the rainbow (hence its other name). Continue your tour to your next site, the former Chimú capital of Chan Chan. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the largest pre-Columbian city in South America and was the center of Chimú culture and politics from approximately 900 to 1470, when the Incan Empire arrived and conquered the city. Explore the 7-square-mile (18-sq-km) archeological site with your guide, touring its array of shrines, cemeteries, reservoirs and ceremonial plazas. Learn about its structure — made from adobe brick and mud — and marvel at its expansive, walled design. You’ll visit one of the main features, Nik-An Palace, a complex that features ceremonial courtyards and walls adorned with friezes. Next, head about 15 minutes to Huanchaco, a fishing village and beach town known for its caballitos de t
Temple of the Sun and Temple of the Moon Tour from Trujillo
Visit two of northern Peru’s most important ancient temples on this tour from Trujillo to the Temple of the Sun (Huaca del Sol) and Temple of the Moon (Huaca de la Luna), which together make up the Huacas de Moche, aka Temples of Moche. With a knowledgeable guide, tour the site, staring in wonder at the size of the large temples and learning about their significance to the ancient Moche people. You’ll also see Moche artifacts at the onsite museum. Choose from a group tour or private tour.Your tour from Trujillo starts with hotel pickup for the 15-minute drive south of town to the Temple of the Sun and Temple of the Moon, collectively known as the Huacas de Moche. When you arrive at the site with your guide, you’ll learn about the Moche civilization that inhabited northern Peru from the 1st to 8th centuries and built the two temples you have come to see. Then enter the site to begin your 2.5-hour tour. With your guide, enjoy close-up views of both temples and learn about their history and significance. Built out of adobe brick, both temples played important roles in the Moche culture; it’s believed that the Temple of the Sun, a stepped pyramid, was used for administrative and military purposes, while the terraced Temple of the Moon held a more ceremonial and religious role. Admire the frescoes that adorn the walls of the Temple of the Moon, and marvel at the size of the Temple of the Sun, which is the bigger of the two.Then end your exploration at the onsite Moche Temples Museum (Museo Huacas de Moche) to see artifacts such as utensils and artistic pottery, which have been excavated from Moche ruins. Your tour ends with return to Trujillo.
Private Tour: El Brujo Archeological Complex
Take a private tour from Trujillo to El Brujo Archeological Complex with your own private guide, and enjoy a glimpse into the lives of the Moche civilization, who inhabited northern Peru from the 1st to 8th centuries. See El Brujo’s three main temples and learn about the role of each, and be wowed at the on-site museum that houses a female mummy recently discovered at the archeological site. This private tour provides a more personalized experience.After you are picked up at your Trujillo hotel by your private guide, your El Brujo experience begins with the 1-hour drive northwest to the archeological complex. When you arrive, take a 2-hour tour of the site with your guide, who will give you all kinds of information about the history and current state of the ruins and tell you about the Moche people, who built El Brujo between the years 1 and 600 AD. Learn about the three huacas (temples) that make up the site — Huaca Cao Viejo, Huaca Partida and Huaca Prieta — and hear the theory behind the site’s name, El Brujo (The Witch). Admire the detailed drawings and carvings that can be seen on the sides of the structures, and hear about the religious ceremonies that took place in the temples. Then visit the on-site museum dedicated to the Lady of Cao, a female mummy just discovered in 2006. Excavated in a highly preserved state, the Lady of Cao is thought to have been an important woman, as she was found surrounded by extravagant jewelry and weapons. See the mummy and her treasures inside the museum before heading back to Trujillo with your guide.
Full Day Tour from Salaverry - Trujillo ,Peru
5 to 7 hours
This excursion is very pleasant and interesting. You can visit the most important archaeological sites of Trujillo, which belong to the pre-Inca epoch; the colonial area of the city, the typical villages of the countryside, and the beach, where you can see the typical reed boats (replica of the ancient boats that were used by fishermen during pre-Inca epoch).This excursion depends on the ship's arrival and departure time; we will pick up guests from the port and will bring them back.This tour is based on private transport that will be used for transfers from the port to the sites and museums. The visit to the archaeological sites will be done walking as well as Huanchaco beach where you will be able to see the famous Totora reed boats. During this excursion, our guests will enjoy the visit of the following attractions • The Sun & Moon Temples (Pre-Inca Archaeological site), Moche Museum and Countryside of Moche. • Historical center of Trujillo and visit to a colonial mansion that now is a museum. • Promenade through Main Square and surroundings and visit to the local market. • Citadel of Chan-Chan-UNESCO SITE: America’s largest pre-Hispanic mud-brick citadel (Pre-Inca Archaeological site). • If time permits, there will be a stop for you to enjoy a pleasant and quick buffet lunch in a traditional restaurant facing the sea. • Promenade by Huanchaco beach to see the Totora reed boats.
Archeological Tour from Trujillo: Chan Chan, Huanchaco, Sun and Moon Temples, and Dragon Temple
See Trujillo’s most important archeological sites on one big day trip that includes temples from both the Moche and Chimú cultures. Start at the Temple of the Sun and Temple of the Moon, which together make up the site known as the Temples of Moche. Then see the Temple of the Dragon (aka Temple of the Rainbow), and visit the coastal town of Huanchaco for lunch. Finally, experience the biggest ancient city in South America — Chan Chan — a UNESCO World Heritage site. During it all, learn about the history and cultural significance of these sites from an experienced guide.Your day trip from Trujillo starts with hotel pickup for the 15-minute drive south of town to the Temple of the Sun (Huaca del Sol) and Temple of the Moon (Huaca de la Luna), collectively known as the Temples of Moche (Huacas de Moche). When you arrive, you'll learn about the Moche people, the civilization that inhabited northern Peru from the 1st to 8th centuries and built the two temples you have come to see. Explore the site with your guide, enjoying close-up views of both temples and learning about their history and significance. Built out of adobe brick, both the Sun and Moon temples played important roles in the life of the Moche; archeologists think that the stepped Temple of the Sun was used for administrative and military purposes, while the terraced Temple of the Moon provided religious and ceremonial functions. Admire the impressive frescoes that adorn the walls of the Temple of the Moon, and marvel at the size of the Temple of the Sun, which is the bigger of the two.Next, continue your day trip to Huaco el Dragon, the Temple of the Dragon, also known as Huaco del Arco Iris, or Temple of the Rainbow. As you enter the site, you’ll be transitioning from the Moche to the Chimú, a civilization that developed in northern Peru around 900 AD, after the Moche died out, and inhabited the region until the Incas came in the 1400s. With your guide, admire the adobe pyramid’s intricate fr
Private Combo Tour: Trujillo Sightseeing, Archeology Museum, Temples of the Sun and Moon, Huanchaco and Chan Chan
If you’re looking for the ultimate combination of Trujillo city sights and surrounding archeological attractions, this is it. In one activity- and history-filled day, take a private city tour to see attractions like the Urquiaga-Calonge House; tour the National University Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History; visit the Temple of the Sun and Temple of the Moon; have lunch in the coastal village of Huanchaco; and explore the former Chimú capital of Chan Chan, a UNESCO World Heritage site. An experienced private guide and transport are included.After hotel pickup, your full-day tour of Trujillo and its surrounding attractions starts with a private city sightseeing tour. Head to the Urquiaga-Calonge House, a colonial mansion now owned by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, and then enjoy a panoramic driving tour to see city sights like Belem Church, Baanante House and the Central Market. While you drive, listen to commentary from your private guide about the city’s history and architecture. Next, visit the National University of Trujillo Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History (Museo de Arqueología, Antropología e Historia de la Universidad Nacional de Trujillo). With your guide, tour the museum to discover its collection of jewelry, ceramics, mosaics and other artifacts from Peru’s pre-Hispanic cultures such as the Chimú and the Moche. Then return to your vehicle to continue your tour, passing by sights like San Lorenzo Church, El Carmen Church, Campana House, the Superior Court, La Merced Church and Plazuela El Recreo.When the sightseeing tour ends, head about 15 minutes south of town to the Temple of the Sun (Huaca del Sol) and Temple of the Moon (Huaca de la Luna), collectively known as the Temples of Moche (Huacas de Moche). Built out of adobe brick by the Moche, the civilization that inhabited northern Peru from the 1st to 8th centuries, the temples served as military, religious and ceremonial centers. Explore the site with your guide