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TUMBES: THE CITY OF ETERNAL SUMMER
FAP Pedro Canga Rodriguez
Max. 34°C / 93.2°F
Min. 20°C / 68°F
Its waters of this beach are quiet and warm, the average temperature is 24 °C (75 °F). From July to October you can see the dolphin and humpback whale tour. Water activities such as surfing, jet skiing, sport fishing and diving are offered throughout the year.
It is a church with three naves which has a spectacular dome and a beautiful choir carved in cedar. The cloister of the convent is decorated with Sevillian tiles.
MANGROVES OF TUMBES NATIONAL SANCTUARY
It is composed of extensive aquatic forests in which the salty waters of the ocean flow in harmony with the fresh waters of the river. The huge roots of the trees rise to the surface and weave like gigantic spiderweb. This area has an impressive biodiversity represented by more than 148 species of birds, 41 types of plants, 135 species of fishes, 34 species of crustaceans and 74 species of mollusks, among which the black shells and the red crab stand out, both are considered emblematic species of Tumbes region.
Calle Solitario de Sayan 741
San Miguel, Lima – Perú
Phone : + 51 1 6538045
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LUN – SAB 09:00 – 20:00