We depart Cusco around 7am and drive past beautiful Andean lakes, small villages and agricultural farmland before arriving to the Qeswachaka straw bridge, hanging over the Apurimac river. We park our vehicle nearby and pay an entry fee (included) to a local community member, and someone from one of the local communities will demonstrate to us how the bridge is made, using ancient Incan techniques. After this, you can cross the bridge if you dare, and you will have time to explore the area before enjoying a picnic lunch. We then head back to Cusco, returning around 5:30pm. Includes private transport, professional guide, entry fee to the local community and lunch. We carry oxygen and a first aid kit.
Yom is a Cusco native who speaks Quechua (language of the Incas), Spanish and English. Yom studied tourism and has worked in tourism since for over 15 years. Yom is a fun, knowledgeable and professional guide with a passion for sharing his magnificent country with people from all over the world! He truly cares about his customers and makes an unwavering commitment to offer you a fun and interesting time, showing you the authentic Peru. Yom is responsible to his customers, the environment and the local communities he visits. His goal is to create unforgettable memories with you!
Lunch including drinks and fruit
Entrance fees to the local communities
Private transportation in comfortable, well-maintained vehicle.
We will drive past 4 lakes of different colours where you can see Andean birds, a mini volcano which you can climb if you like. At different times of the year you can see the local farming communities planting, tending, harvesting their crops, often using animals to help them, like bulls to clear fields and turn over earth, or donkeys to thresh or carry grains. The Qeswachaka bridge itself hangs over the Apurimac River.
最多可供10位旅人參加，不限年齡。 Expect to be in the car for significant time for this day tour, travelling to and from the site.
Water and some snacks
The Qeswachaka bridge is located at an altitude of 3,644 metres (11,955 feet) above sea level, it is important to acclimatize before taking this tour. We do take oxygen in our first kit with us.
Living Inca culture, sturdy straw bridge