Visit the last Inca bridge near Cusco. This great Qeswachaka tour full day takes you from Cuzco to Q’eswachaka to live the experience with the Andean people. Qeswachaka Tour Last Rope Bridge – a tradition that resists modernity in Peru.
Q’eswachaka Bridge Tour: The last Inca suspension bridge is about 28 meters long and 1.20 meters wide, build with wild straw today. This bridge is part of the Inca Trail system and has a history of about 500 years. Q’eswachaka bridge in the Inca period crossed the rugged geographical environment of the Andes; UNESCO recognized this ancient ceremony as the intangible cultural heritage of humanity in 2013. We can find the most magical places through non-traditional routes and enjoy different experiences. Our tour guide describes the customs, traditions, and functionality of the tourist attraction. Locals gathered on the banks of the Apurimac River to renovate the bridge.
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Did you know that only women are responsible for weaving the first rope? Do you want to be part of this bridge process and excursion? The trip in a tourist vehicle is a journey from Cusco to Qeswachaka Bridge, passing through some peasant villages.
THE CELEBRATION OF THE INCA BRIDGE OF QESWACHACA IN CUSCO. Several travelers described the Inca work of the hanging bridge of straw with enthusiasm. For the peasants of the four communities that work in the bridge’s construction, the Qeswachaka has a sacred character.
It measures the 4-meter diameter volcano located in the pavilions of the Tungasuca district. It attracts the attention of visitors for its unique size, considered the smallest in the world.
Note: The vehicles to use “see the photo in prices.”
PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2021 – 2022 | We run this trip only as a private service.
* Kondor Path Tours operates the Qeswachaka Inca bridge full-day tour.
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Qeswachaka Full day tour
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