Terminal Terrestre Tacna to Terminal Moquegua Bus


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Civa Bus Company

Civa is a company founded in the city of Piura, with over 40 years in the market. Civa specializes in the ground transportation of passengers, courier and shipping (thanks to an improved service of buses civa). We have the largest number of destinations and routes nationwide. We are the first company with an entire fleet of 180Рbed-seat buses: our Excluciva service has fully reclining seats. Additionally, our new service Superciva, is the only service with different bathrooms for ladies and gentlemen.

Information Contact of Civa

● TACNA ; Tacna Agency, Tacna ; Terminal Terrestre Manual A. Odria - Stand 8 and 9 - Tacna || Working hours: 06:00 - 21:00 hrs. ; RPC: 352-340-961 / 052-241-543

● MOQUEGUA ; Moquegua Agency, Moquegua ; Manuel C. de la Torre Nº 420 - Stand 4 - Moquegua || Working hours: 07:30 - 18:30 hrs. ; RPC: 953-720-932 / 053-463-427

What to do during the Terminal Terrestre Tacna to Terminal Moquegua route on Civa buses?

Seats reclinable up to 160° on the 1st floor, Seats reclinable up to 145° on the 2nd floor, Air conditioning, Toilets, Hostess on board, TV and music, Food service, 4 hours per shift drivers, GPS.

Tourist attractions of Terminal Moquegua

Plaza de Armas de Moquegua. A great place to rest due to the nature. Around it you can find important buildings such as the Casa de la Flor, the Old Public Jail and the Chocano House.

Santo Domingo church. This church honors the virgin and martyr Santa Fortunada. Before going, you need to coordinate.

Contisuyo Museum. Here you can find pieces from the Wari, Tiahuanaco, Tumilaca, Estuquiña and Chiribaya cultures.

Moquegua Valley. Piscos are produced on this site, so it is common for tours to be arranged to know the production procedure.