Inca Rope Bridge Q’eswachaka Full Day


Qeswachaka is 33 meters long and 1.20 meters wide, its structure is “ichu”.

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  • Group Size Small Group
All about the Inca Rope Bridge Q’eswachaka Full Day.

Qeswachaka is 33 meters long and 1.20 meters wide, its structure is “ichu” and built with an ancestral braiding technique.

In the old times, it was part of the great system of roads “Qapac ñan”, paths used by the Inca folk and “chaskis” (messengers) of the Inca empire.

Qeswachaka is the only large bridge that survived modernity and is currently known as “The Last Inca Bridge”, its construction technique is inherited to the inhabitants of surrounding districts and are who every year from 7 to 10 June perform the renovation activities.

The experience of crossing the bridge generates a euphoria similar to other adventure activities such as Zip Line.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Bilingual experienced Guide
  • Entrance to Qeswachaka Bridge
  • Private transportation
  • First aid kit
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Buffet Lunch
  • Emergency oxygen bottle
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Walking sticks
  • Tips
  • Extra money

    Early, our private transportation will pick you up from your hotel between 6:00 and 6:15 a.m. to head for “Yanaoca” southwest of the city to enjoy a delicious Andean breakfast.

    In the Town we will visit the famous small volcano of pavilions, you will appreciate its singularity and have free time to explore the place.

    Continuing the tour will arrive at our main destination, the Quehue district in the province of Canas, a charming community near the Apurimac River that proudly hosts the Qeswachaka Bridge.

    Our guide will explain to you the history of the conservation and the festive tradition that the settlers carry out every year to renew the bridge.

    It is an ancestral festivity that gathers around 1,000 rural people from 5 communities (Winchiri, Ccolana, Quehue, Chaupibanda, and Choccayhua).

    To complete the tour will live the experience to cross this bridge (must follow some basic safety instructions), then will return to the town of “Yanaoca” to enjoy a traditional lunch prepared with Andean ingredients.

    On the way back we will stop to visit 4 lagoons: Pomacanchi, Acopia, Asnaqocha and Pampamarca, all these with great size and remarkable details that distinguish them.

    We will return to the city of Cusco to leave our travelers in their hotels or near the main square.

  • Appropriate clothing for the trip (hat, rain poncho (rainy season), sneakers)
    Sunblocker, mosquito repellent, lipstick
    Bottle of water
    If you take any medication, bring it with you on your trip
    Camera, external battery, sd memory
    Additional national currency (soles)
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