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Qeswachaca last Inca Bridge 1 Day Tour

Q’eswachaca last Inca Bridge, is a trip that leads you to know one of the oldest bridges in South America built over the mighty Apurimac River. On this trip you will discover how Q’eswachaca the last Inca bridge of ancient technology survives to these days. On this adventure we will make stops to photograph some of the most beautiful landscapes of this region, remote villages such as Panpamarca which at one time in the past was the home of Tupac Amaru the Andean hero who was killed by 4 horses in the plaza of Cusco and gigantic lagoons of blue waters. Best of all, you can still cross the river by Q’eswachaca the last Inca bridge.


  • Type of tour: adventure, landscape and cultural
  • Dificulty: Eassy
  • Tour duration: 12 hours
  • Departures: Daily
  • Recommended months: From March to January


We start the tour at 6 o’clock am in the city of Cusco, the trip last approximately 3 hours. A tour experience that will pass through beautiful Andean landscapes and lagoons. A group of small volcanoes gives way to the valley of the Apurimac river and on it we will find the Q’ESWACHAKA, the last rope bridge, built with pure fibre straw using the ancient techniques of the Inkas. We will have plenty of time and a unique opportunity when crossing over it. After the visit, we will return back to your hotel. Several viewpoints along the road will invite us to stop for stunning picture time of the Andean scenery. We will arrive at the city of Cusco around 6.00 pm in the afternoon.


  • Lunch (picnic).
  • Tourist transportation.
  • Tour guide
  • Admission ticket

What to bring

  • Sweater
  • Sportswear
  • Hiking shoes
  • Hat or cap
  • Sun glasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Jacket for rain or poncho
  • Two litres of water
  • Small backpack
  • Toilet paper

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