Less visited than the popular south, the northern parts of Peru contain some of the most wonderful ancient ruins in the whole of Peru.
Near the city of Trujillo the impressively large site of Chan Chan, the largest adobe city in the world, is a city within a city – uncountable walls, buildings and structures make up the site, so large that only part of it can be visited. Also on the outskirts of the city are the Moche adobe ruins of “Huaca de la Luna and Huaca del Sol”. Huaca de la Luna contains amazingly detailed and well preserved red, white and yellow wall paintings and decorations inside the pyramid structure.
Near the city of Chiclayo is the area known as Tucume which contains the largest concentration of pyramids in the world, around 250 pyramids built together in the valley by a mysterious culture that even more mysteriously disappeared practically overnight. If you choose to visit Chiclayo then Go Andes can let you into a secret: little known to the outside world, Peruvians, or Peruanos, believe the best Peruvian food comes from Chiclayo, so you will dine well here!
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