Discover The Last Inca Empire's Suspension Bridge With Your Expert Local Guide
We depart Cusco around 7am and drive for about 3. 5 hours to the Inca straw bridge of Qeswachaka which is lovingly restored every year in June. We will make a few stops along the way, to take in the 4 lakes, Andean birds, agricultural fields and a mini volcano. We will see a demonstration of how the rope bridge is built and then have time to cross it - if you dare! We will enjoy a filling picnic lunch by the river before returning to Cusco, where will we will arrive around 5:00pm.
Includes private transport, professional guide, entry fee to the local community and lunch. We carry oxygen and a first aid kit.
Our standard itinerary is summarised below:
7am - Departure
11:30am - Arrival to the Qeswachaka straw bridge
12:30pm - Lunch
5:00pm - Return to Cusco
Adjustments to this can be made by mutual agreement.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 11 hours
Tour duration can be affected by the pace of the group, traffic or weather conditions.
- Private transport in a Toyota Hilux for up to 3 people, or contact me if your group size is larger as we also have a Renaut Master and access to larger vehicles,
- The tour takes place around the same altitude as Cusco, with minimal walking, 3400 meters (11,200 feet) above sea level.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 Peruvian Soles - Optional: if you would like to buy some additional snacks or water.
- Personal Expenses
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This was an awesome tour, feel very special to have seen this bridge with Yom who was very friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend him and to see this last Inkan hand woven bridge.