Rancho Santana Horseback Riding
Rancho Santana is a beautiful and peaceful place to relax in the countryside of Chiclayo. We are in the Moche valley close to the Pyramids of Tucume and the temples of Lord of Sican (Batangrande, worlds biggest dry forest) We are offering a comfortable bungalow made out of mud bricks
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B&B Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Airport transfers
- Board Games
- Breakfast Included
- Child Friendly
- Credit Cards Not Accepted
- House Keeping
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
- Pet Friendly
- Taxes included
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Towels Included
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Guesthouse InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Cancellation Policy: 1 day before the arrival
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash only
Breakfast is included.
Taxes are included.
There is no check in/check out time, if your bus is leaving in the night, you are able to stay until you have to leave and you do not ave to pay an extra day.
Children are welcome.
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From the center of Chiclayo, take a taxi to the Terminal of the village of Pacora (Paradero de Pacora).
Every taxi driver knows that terminal.
Don't pay more than 3 Soles.
From the terminal every 10 minutes a small bus (combi) is leaving to the village of Pacora, the bus got a sign at the front window 'Pacora'.
The journey tales 1 hour and costs 3 Soles.
When you are in Pacora, you can call me to pick you up, you can take a mototaxi to the Rancho (don't pay more than 2 Soles or you can walk.)
Ask anyone in the village, we are just 300 m behind the catedrale.
We are 40 km north of Chiclayo, near to the Pyramids of Tucume and Batangrande.
From the Rancho you also can visit the Museum Tumbes Reaoles of Lord of Sican in Lambayeque, Museum Bruning, Nacional Museum Sican in Ferreafe, Market Modelo (witch market) and the Beach of Pimentel.