Terminal Plaza Norte to Terminal Terrestre Cajamarca Bus


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Busstar Bus Company

The bus company busStar began its operations on 2014, providing its users with comfort and security in its travels. Currently it operates a fleet of double decker buses. busStar guarantees that its pilots operate in perfect physical and psychological conditions. They take shifts every 4 hours, and submit to constant medical examination, including an alcohol assesment test. Also, there is also DNI control, safety belts in every seat and videocameras on board. In order to board, clients will have to pass through a metal detector. Buses undergo a constant manteinance.

Information Contact of Busstar

● LIMA: Terminal Plaza Norte; Tomas Valle W/N - Stand 125 - Fiori Shopping Mall; Independencia; 976 584 626.

● CAJAMARCA: Atahualpa Avenue #606; Telf: 976 523 319.

What to do during the Terminal Plaza Norte to Terminal Terrestre Cajamarca route on Busstar buses?

Reclinable seats up to 160° (1rst Floor), Reclinable seats up to 140° (2nd Floor), Safety Belts, GPS, SS.HH., Snacks, Lunch, Dinner or breakfast depending on travel schedule, Hostess on Board, Reading Light, Videos, Air Conditioning, Heater and Music.

Tourist attractions of Terminal Terrestre Cajamarca

Cumbemayo. It is a stone forest that was built during the 1500 years B.C. Admission for adults is S/8 and for children S/1.

Inca baths. They are thermal and medicinal waters that were visited by the Inca Atahualpa. These waters reach 72°C and are 15 minutes from the capital.

Rescue Room. It was here that the Atahualpa Inca was captured and held for 8 months before being murdered. To rescue him, he asked his servants to bring all the gold and silver from Cusco, Huaylas and Huamachuco.

San Nicolás Lagoon. This small lagoon is visited by tourists to fish, walk or go boating. Around there are also hotels and restaurants.