Misnamed with dragon reference according to guide. Art depicts combination of animals rather than dragon
1 - 10 of 37 reviews
Great huaca to visit in the middle of the city. Walled off and very popular. They did not have any english guides if you are english speaking.
I'm sure at one time this site was far from the city of Trujillo. More recently urban growth has surrounded and enclosed this structure, so it loses some of its grandeur. Unlike the large palatial complexes north of the city this is a very walkable...More
this is small tour but is pretty the good thing is that if you coming from the others huacas this will be a plus one jejejeje
Fascinating Chimu shrine. It's important to have a guide to explain everything to you. The designs are very interesting and there are plenty of them all over the outer walls but they need some explaination.
We came here on a tour from our cruise ship. Enjoyed all the history and information our guide provided. Not sure I would have enjoyed this much without a guide. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Make a day at Chan Chan, Museum, the ruins, Esmeralda, and Arco Iris. Kind of more of the same, but still interesting, More designs and interesting adobe wall works in the middle of Trujillo.
We went as part of a day tour of the sights around Trujillo. It was OK but I wouldn't bother to make special trip to see it. It's basically just a platform with designs on the walls and a larger wall around the whole thing....More
My tour of archaeological sites in and near Trujillo included this site. It is probably not worth more than about 30 minutes, but does have some unique iconography, which makes it worthwhile.
This is a small site....very small compared to Chan Chan. You can easily visit this in less than an hour. What's interesting here are the rainbow motifs (thus the Arco Iris name). With all the other sites between Trujillo and Chiclayo, this one wouldn't be...More