Qeswachaka Inca Bridge Full Day Tour, Come for Q’eswachaka Tour plus experienced tour guide day trip, located to the southeast of Cusco city Peru with plan Inca Grass Bridge, firstly this Day Trip to Q’ueswachaka Rope Bridge is passing through some remote villages where live the living culture people and speak Inca language and moreover along the drive road we see many llamas and alpacas with four lagoons along the route.
So this suspensión Inca grass bridge is located across Apurímac river in the district of Quehue, province of Canas and department of Cusco city and this bridge is visited from Cusco city with plan, day trip to Queswachaka Inca bridge with expert local tour guide and car with oxygen tank for high altitude in case you can need it and air conditioning for sunny days.
Therefore the maintenance and renovation of the Inca bridge is carried out through a ritual and executed by Quechuas people who are the Inca ancestors and they live close to this famous Q’eswachaka bridge at high altitude and they keep their ancestors skills and moreover Q’eswachaka bridge during the Inca time was type of crossing the rugged geography of the Andes mountain with the river in this type of suspension bridge made out of Andean fiber, which is type of grass that grows on the top of the Andes mountain, which is also food for llamas and alpacas.
Tour Qeswachaka Inca Bridge Full Day Tour
In conclusion this Q’eswachaka Inca bridge is 500 years old and moreover in 2013 it was recognized as a national cultural heritage by UNESCO, and now is the highlight tour of Cusco city Peru for the tourists and located at 3700 masl ( 12,139 ft) and located in the brown Andes mountain range, where the main activity for the local people is farming types of potatoes and quinoa and also some animals, like llamas, alpacas, cows, donkeys.
FAQs — Qeswachaka Inca Bridge Full Day Tour
All of our participants are required to inform us of any illness or injury which could affect them or the group during the tour. Although our guides carry first aid kits, we strongly recommended that you bring any personal medications you may need. We also suggest that you consult your doctor before reserving your tour.
Anything you do not want to bring with you on the tour can be safely left in your accommodation. Most hotels and hostels have safes to protect your belongings. However, if you do not feel comfortable leaving your things there, you may also bring them to our office for safekeeping during the tour.
At Inka Trail Backpacker, we are committed to providing your ideal experience in Peru. Therefore, if there are any adjustments you would like to make to reflect your fitness level, lifestyle, or personal interests, we are happy to help! Our itineraries are reasonably flexible and activities can be removed or substituted as necessary.
Yes! All visitors are welcome and encouraged to cross the bridge; however, this is not recommended for visitors with vertigo.
All of our guides are educated in the field of tourism, have received first aid assistance training and are fluent in English. We also have guides who offer tours in Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Portuguese. All guides have excellent knowledge about local flora and fauna as well as Peru's history, geography and culture.
The bridge is approximately 28 meters (99 feet) long and 1.2 meters (4 feet) wide.
Water is provided at meals. However, you should also carry a refillable water bottle with you to prevent dehydration.
We recommend that you book your trek approximately one to two weeks in advance. This allows us to arrange for you to have the best possible transportation, guides, and meals during your tour.
We recommend at least two days in Cusco to sufficiently acclimate before the tour begins.
Yes, vegetarian options are available; however, vegan options are not.
A tip is customary, but the amount is at your discretion. Whatever you feel is appropriate based on the service you have received is fine; please remember to always be courteous and respectful with our guides.
All of our guides are bilingual and speak both Spanish and English.
The highest elevation on this hike is 5,200 meters (17,020 ft) above sea level.