The Qeswachaka Inca Bridge is an Inca rope bridge located in the Cusco region of Peru. It was built over the Apurimac River and is considered a sacred site by the local Quechua people. The bridge is made of woven grass and is replaced annually by the local community in a ritual that has been practiced for centuries. The bridge is a symbol of Inca engineering and a reminder of the Inca culture, which is still alive today. The Qeswachaka Inca Bridge is a must-see for any traveler in Peru.
Peru Vive Travel is an experienced tour operator that specializes in customizing unique and memorable trips to the region of Cusco, Peru. We offer a wide range of services, from planning personalized itineraries and providing knowledgeable guides to arranging transportation and accommodation. Our experienced team of travel experts are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and creating unforgettable journeys.
Cusco hotel transfer
Around 6:00 am, we will take you up from your hotel in Cusco. After that, we’ll go by car to the Cusco region’s Canas province. We will make several stops along the way so that you may visit the Pomacanchi, Acopia, Asnacocha, and Pampamarca lagoons. We’ll be traveling via Cusco’s gorgeous South Valley.
We will reach the trailhead for Qeswachaqa after traveling for almost four hours. After that, we’ll take a short stroll to see this historic Inca bridge. As you cross Qeswachaqa, take in the intricate design of the suspension bridge.
We’ll make a lunch stop after the tour. We will then travel to the close-by Ccarañahui caverns. This location is well-known for its odd rock formations, which resemble condors and pumas. After exploring these enigmatic caverns, we’ll head back to Cusco city, where we’ll arrive around 5:00 pm.