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La muestra del Museo Cao recrea una larga secuencia de desarrollos culturales en el Complejo Arqueológico El Brujo a lo largo de más de 14 mil años de ocupación humana ininterrumpida. Los objetos que la integran, a pesar de provenir de diferentes...more
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We were traveling with 6 kids age 5-9 years and keeping them interested while visiting ruins is a challenge. After Chan Chan which was spectacular, they recommended us to visit El Brujo (it was not on our list). We were so happy we did! Our...More
This place is one of the best organized among Moche archaeological sites. They have a small but very rich museum where you can understand more about Moches and Cao's Lady. The site is very well preserved and the guides are very well informed. The only...More
This is my favorite place for many reasons: It is always sunny. It is located near by the sea and the view of the sea is amazing from the top of the pyramid. The Lady of Cao is there. The pieces of the nose-ring are...More
An impressive place located very near the ocean and surrounded by sand. The little villages are far away in fact, from the archaelogical site"El Brujo" where Lady of Cao temple "huaca" is lacated. Colorful decorations made by "Mochica" civilization thousands of years ago are really...More
Highly recommended for a visit while in Trujillo.
We opted to take a round trip taxi suggested by our hotel instead of taking an organized tour.
The museum has signs both in Spanish and English, so, it's easy to see and understand the history of...More
We took a tour to Cao... Left at 11am from Trujillo city centre, and it's takes about an hour to get there... (Huanchaco beach and Chan Chan are located on the way, so you can actually do a full day including visiting the othe attractions...More
Response from MuseoCao | Property representative |
Hello Hawkeye Pilgrim, thank you for being interested in our culture. There is no public transportation to go from Trujillo (for example) to El Brujo. You can take a bus/private car or take a tour on a travel agency so they... More
Hello Hawkeye Pilgrim, thank you for being interested in our culture. There is no public transportation to go from Trujillo (for example) to El Brujo. You can take a bus/private car or take a tour on a travel agency so they can get you to our museum. If you have more question, please let us know.
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