Under the supervision of experts, volunteers would aid in preserving and repairing the crumbling site – a momentous task considering the area it covers is as big as modern large towns and small cities.
The program aims to encourage locals to value their ancient heritage, but foreign volunteers are also more than welcome to take part. This could be an excellent chance to get your hands dirty, to take part in the restoration rather than just taking photos. It’s also a great way to learn first hand how the city was built, and get a sense of how much human labour was involved.
If you’re interested, show up at:
Unidad Ejecutora 110
Jirón Torre Tagle 178
or call: 295 219 from Trujillo, or (044) 295 219 from Lima and other provinces.