Tumbes, Peru is a city, the capital of the Tumbes Region
Tumbes is a city, the capital of the Tumbes Region on the banks of the Tumbes River in northwestern Peru, has origins in pre-Inca times, was visited first in 1528 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. The border has 111595 inhabitants is served by the Cap. Ecuadorian Presidente Jamil Mahuad and Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori signed a final document. The city has a warm semi-arid climate with an average annual precipitation of 258.2 mm.