CHICLAYO – Túcume Pyramids + Site Museum & Museum of Royal Tombs of Sipán

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Trip Overview

The Pyramids of Túcume is a set of pyramids of remarkable size that astonish us and welcome us with their myths and legends. Complemented by a visit to the Site Museum, it shows an impressive archaeological collection found in excavations carried out on the site.
The Royal Tombs Museum of the Lord of Sipán, houses more than 2,000 pieces in gold and presents all the majesty and richness found in the funeral chamber of the dignitary Moche “The Lord of Sipán”, one of the most important finds of archeology in Peru , that dazzled the world.

Tour trip

Túcume Pyramids – Site Museum & Museum of Royal Tombs of Sipán

Travel duration

01 Day

Tour Includes

  • Mobility in shared service.
  • Official guide included in English or Spanish.
  • Entrance tickets to the indicated places.
  • Permanent assistance.
  • The Museum of Royal Tombs does not attend on Mondays.

Tour Excludes

  • Additional features.
  • Drinks.

We recommend you take

  • Comfortable shoes for walking.
  • Comfortable cotton clothes.
  • Jacket depending on the time of year.
  • Personal water bottle
  • Sunblock, sunglasses and cap.

Day 01Túcume Pyramids - Site Museum & Museum of Royal Tombs of Sipán

(Full day – Lunch included)
We moved to 33 kms north-east of Chiclayo to reach Tucume, a place with a rich history where we find the archaeological site formed by 26 monumental adobe pyramids. It is thought that the first inhabitants of the place were the inhabitants belonging to the Lambayeque culture and later the inhabitants of the Chimú and Inca cultures. Thanks to the archaeological project led by the illustrious Norwegian researcher Thor Heyerdahl, the fruits of the investigations are exhibited in the Túcume Museum.
Finally we visit the Royal Tombs of the Lord of Sipán Museum, considered one of the most spectacular museums in America, which houses the most important Mochica archaeological remains and shows the ornaments and jewels found in the tomb of the Lord of Sipán. With a design in the shape of a pyramid it is reminiscent of the ancient Moche, it has 3 levels, which show how the funerary structure was shaped in the tomb located in Huaca Rajada.
Lunch included.