Tours that include Lambayeque (Chiclayo)

The department of Lambayeque on the north coast of Peru offers various tourist options such as the Túcume pyramids, the Royal Tombs of Sipán, the Sicán Museum, the Huaca Rajada and more. It is that the presence of the Mochica and Lambayeque cultures are indelible in this region. Chiclayo, its capital, also stands out for its beautiful spas (such as Eten port and Pimentel) as well as its delicious traditional cuisine. For all these reasons it is really worth visiting Lambayeque and Chiclayo, the capital of friendship.

1/2 Day

Chiclayo half day tour: Huaca Rajada and Sipán

1 Day

Tucume Pyramids Tour and Sicán Museum Full Day

1 Day

Chaparri Full Day Ecological Reserve Tour

1/2 Day

Jagueyes de Mayascón Tour in Lambayeque Half Day

1 Day

Tour Pimentel beaches and ostrich farm Full Day

Tour prices in Lambayeque, Chiclayo

What are the main tours in the Lambayeque region? In this department of Peru there are highly popular tourist attractions such as the Royal Tombs of Sipán, the Sicán Museum, the archaeological site of Huaca Rajada and more. The best way to get to know them is through a professional tourism agency.

The provinces and tourist attractions of the department of Lambayeque

The department of Lambayeque has only 3 provinces: the province of Chiclayo (capital), the province of Lambayeque and the province of Ferreñafe. Although small, there are many places to visit in these provinces. Get to know its main destinations and dare to make the dream visit to Lambayeque.

Main tourist attractions
ChiclayoArchaeological site of Huaca Rajada, Ecological Reserve of Chaparri, Archaeological site of Huaca Rajada, Royal Tombs of Sipán, Pómac Forest Historical Sanctuary, Pimentel spa, Eten port spa, the jagueyes of Mayascón.
Lambayeque Huaca Colorada, Huaca Chotuna Archaeological Site, Túcume Pyramids, Apurlec Archaeological Remains, Boliches Petroglyphs, Pipochinos Petroglyphs.
Ferreñafe Sicán Archaeological Complex, Sicán Museum, Santa Lucía Church, Pómac Forest Historical Sanctuary, Batán Grande Archaeological Complex.

These are the tourist attractions of the department of Lambayeque!

There are many tourist activities that can be done in the department of Lambayeque. The main tourist attractions are its archaeological sites, ancient citadels and palaces of the Lambayeque and Mochica cultures. But there are also historical museums, natural landscapes and more.

What are the services that a tour in the Lambayeque region should include?

The Lambayeque region is famous for tourist attractions such as: the Royal Tombs of Sipán, the pyramids of Túcume, the archaeological site of Huaca Rajada, the Pimentel spa and more. The best way to get to know these tourist attractions is with an all-inclusive tour organized by a serious tourism agency. What services should this tour include?

  • Pick up from the tourist’s hotel in the city of Chiclayo.
  • Tourist transportation service throughout the tour.
  • Entrance tickets to all tourist attractions included in the tour.
  • Professional bilingual tour guide (Spanish or English).

The main tourist attractions of the department of Lambayeque (Chiclayo)

Lambayeque is famous for its delicious cuisine, its pleasant heat, its friendly people and, of course, important tourist attractions, some of the most beautiful in Peru. Highlights: the Royal Tombs of Sipán museum, the Huaca Rajada archaeological site, the pyramids of Pirámides de Túcume. Learn more!

Cañon del Colca

Royal Tombs of Sipan in Lambayeque

The Royal Tombs of Sipán museum in the province of Lambayeque is one of the most modern and important in Peru. It is famous for its collection of Moche ceramics as well as the mummy of the historic Lord of Sipán, a Moche ruler of great importance. The museum is located 13 kilometers from the city of Chiclayo.

Mirador de Yanahuara

Huaca Rajada archaeological site

The archaeological site of Huaca Rajada (also called Sipán) is located in the town of Sipán. It was a Mochica and Lambayecana citadel. It has pyramids where the famous mummy of the Lord of Sipán was found (which was later transferred to the Royal Tombs of Sipan museum). It is 29 kilometers from Chiclayo.

Monasterio de Santa Catalina

Tucume pyramids

33 kilometers from the city of Chiclayo is the Pyramids of Túcume, an archaeological site made up of pyramids that belonged to the Lambayeque culture (8th – 14th centuries AD). An important collection of ceramics and objects made of precious stones were found there. It is Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

Questions and answers about the trip to the department of Lambayeque (Chiclayo)

Lambayeque and Chiclayo are highly visited by tourists from all over Peru and the world. However, there is still information that is little known to visitors. Learn the most frequently asked questions and answers about traveling to the Lambayeque region in northern Peru.