More about Chachapoyas
Chachapoyas is a city that had enough Hispanic influence so that we can observe large houses, gardens, and balconies.
In 1538 due to its strategic location, the Spanish captain Alonso de Alvarado turned it into the capital of eastern Peru.
The height in this place is 2335msnm and its climate is quite hot.
In the department of Chachapoyas we can find places of tourist attraction such as the Fortress of Kuelap that was built by the culture of the Chachapoyas in the year 1100 to 1450 AD and possibly was an administrative site.
There is also Karajia, Revash mausoleums and much more.