Scenic mountains plunging down to expansive beaches, and bays that offer near perfect surfing conditions is what one will find at Chiclayo. Also known for its moderate climate, stunning architecture and culinary delights, the town is probably most famous for the impressive archaeological sites located nearby. These include Túcume – also known as the Valley of the Pyramids – a complex encompassing the remains of no less than 26 ancient pyramids, and the 1600-year-old Tomb of the Lord of Sipan, a royal ruler who was buried with a hoard of priceless treasures. These precious relics, which rival those discovered in King Tutankhamun’s tomb in their scope and value, are now housed in the Brüning Museum in Lambayeque town, roughly 11 kilometres from Chiclayo.

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