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Peruvian Explorer Add-ons:
Chan Chan & Sipan

We fly from Lima to the charming colonial city of Trujillo, where we spend the night. In the morning we explore the many archaeological sites in this untouristed area of the northern Peruvian coast. We visit the Moche pyramids—the Huaca del Sol, at one time the largest man-made structure in the Western Hemisphere, and the colorful Huaca del Luna. We also visit the Huari pyramids—Huaca del Dragón and Huaca La Esmeralda. Most impressive of all, is our visit to the vast ruins of the ancient imperial city of Chan Chan, the capital of the Chimú empire. We then drive up the coast to the bustling city of Chiclayo, to spend the night. In the morning, we visit the important archaeological site of Sipán where, in 1987, the undisturbed extravagant tomb of the priest, now called the “Lord of Sipán” was discovered, his remains clad in gold and lavished with valuables. Finally, we fly back to Lima.

What's included: Transfers, air and land transportation, accommodations, guided tours.

Price: Per person, double occupancy: $1080*

Single room supplement: $  390*

Length of time: This package adds two nights to our Peruvian Explorer trips.

Departures: Daily

Best Time: All year

Minimum Number of Persons: Two

If option follows 11-day or 12-day Peruvian Explorer trips, you must add an additional night and transfers in Lima:

Per person, double occupancy: $  150*

Single room supplement: $  125*

*Note: Prices subject to change without notice.

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At the end of the Inca Trail we arrive in Machu Picchu, Peru
A young Inca girl and her baby in Cuzco, Peru
A llama rests at Machu Picchu, Peru
At a small cafe a local musician entertains at Cuzco, Peru
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