Also known as Chachas, Chachapoyas is a laid-back town awash in white and surrounded by swathes of high-altitude cloud forests. The town was founded early on in the Spanish conquest and was the base from which the exploitation of the Amazon region was launched. It remained an important junction on jungle-coast trade routes until a paved road was built in the 1940s through nearby Pedro Ruíz, bypassing Chachapoyas...
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