Puente Queswachaca

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    Tour Details

    Itinerary

    We will start the tour to Q’eswachaka Rope Bridge at 4:30 AM, where you will be picked-up from your hotel. Our first stop will be in Combapata, where we will enjoy a local breakfast and have access to bathroom facilities.

    We will visit the viewpoint of Combapata before continuing with our tour passing through the district of Yanaoca, which is one of the eight districts in the province of Canas, Cusco. We will drive for another hour to the Q’ewe district where the famous Inca bridge of “Q’eswachaka” is located. The bridge is built from vegetable fiber known as icchu’ (straw) and has a length of 28.67 meters. Every year during the month of June the bridge is rebuilt by four local communities: Huinchiri, Chaupibanda, Ccollana, Quehue and Pelcaro. We will have time to explore Q’eswachaka and the surrounding area and your guide will tell you the history of this incredible Inca engineering that is earthquake resistant!

    We will continue our trip for an hour more and where we will have the opportunity to see the lagoons of: Pampamarca, Asnacqocha, Acopía and Pomacanchi. We will stop for lunch where we can observe a large amount of regional flora and fauna experiencing an enriched Andean culture. On our way back to Cusco we will stop at  Rumipunku Portal and then continue on to Cusco arriving at approximately 4:30 pm. 

    Included

    • Pick up from the Hotel in Cusco.
    • Round trip transportation.
    • Bilingual guide
    • Breakfast.
    • Entrance fees to the Inca Bridge of Qeswachaka
    • Lunch.
    • Walking sticks.
    • First aid kit, oxygen

    Not Included

    • Snacks.
    • Tip.

    What to bring

    • We recommend that you bring only what is necessary to and leave the rest of your things at your hotel.
    • A small 20-liter backpack that allows you to put all the things you will take with you.
    • Suitable clothing for walking, waterproof and comfortable shoes for hiking to the mountains, shorts, long pants, sport shirt, rain jacket or rain poncho.
    • A bottle of water (1 litre).
    • Toilet paper, hand sanitizer gel.
    • Personal medications. Within this list it also includes muscle relaxants, tablets for pain and blessed for scratches, blisters on the feet (since it can be generated after several hours of walking).
    • Items to protect yourself from the sun (sunglasses, hat or hats for the sun).
    • Extra cash, for your personal spending.
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