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The Last Inca Bridge Qeswachaka Full Day Tour

The last Inca Bridge of Qeswachaka!

Full Day / 1 Day Expedition

23 reviews
The Last Inca Bridge Qeswachaka Full Day Tour

The Last Inca Bridge Qeswachaka Full Day Tour

The last Inca Bridge of Qeswachaka!


Full Day / 1 Day Expedition

23 reviews


Discover the magic inca bridge Queswachaka from illa kuntur travel  and the beauty of the Peruvian Andes on a tour designed for lovers of history, nature and culture.

Admire the sunrise between mountains, explore the ancient entrance to the Inca city at Rumi Punku and cross the last Inca bridge of Qeswachaka.

Marvel at hidden lagoons, immerse yourself in local culture, and return to Cusco with stories to tell.

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We will pick you up early from the hotel between 4:20 and 4:50 a.m. At approximately 5:00 a.m., we will begin the trip in our tourist transportation through some districts of the city of Cusco heading south.
Our first stop will be at Rumi Punku, which was one of the main entry points to Cusco in Inca times for all travelers who came from the Qollasuyo region. After an hour of travel, we will stop at the Combapata viewpoint, where you can enjoy its beautiful landscapes and, above all, observe the union of the Salcca River with the Vilcanota River, giving rise to the famous sacred river of the Incas.
We will continue our trip to Yanaoca, one of the eight districts of the province of Canas, in the department of Cusco. Subsequently, we will continue our tour for 30 more minutes until we reach the Q’iwe district, where the last Inca bridge, Q’eswachaka, is located, built with plant fiber and with a length of 28.67 meters.
After appreciating the first views of the Inca bridge, we will begin to descend the steps or stairs before reaching the place where it is located. There we will have time to explore and cross it. After feeling the adrenaline of crossing the bridge, our guide will begin with an explanation of the construction process and its use.
After the visit, we will return to Yanaoca, where we will enjoy our lunch. After lunch, we will continue our tour and visit the Circuit of the 4 Lagoons: Pampamarca, Asnacqocha, Acopia and Pomacanchi. On this circuit, we will be able to appreciate a great variety of regional flora and fauna, in addition to observing the rich Andean culture along the way.
After the brief visit to each of the lagoons, we will return to the city of Cusco in our tourist transportation, which will take approximately 2 hours. We will arrive in Cusco around 5:00 p.m.


  • Private Transport Cusco – Queswachaca – Cusco.
  • English/Spanish Professional Guide.
  • Lunch box.
  • Entrance ticket.
  • 1 bottle of water.
  • Assistance 24/7
  • Professional Tour Guide.

No Included

  • Entrance Ticket to Inca Bridge Qeswachaca 
  • Desayuno
  • Snacks.
  • Tip.


Packing List

What To Bring

  • Snacks (warm and rain clothes, comfortable shoes).
  • Photographic camera.
  • Bottle with water.
  • Snacks (energy bars, dried fruit, chocolates, cookies, etc.).
  • Cash in soles and dollars (there are no ATM machines).
  • Some identity document

Travel Guide

Can I cross the bridge?

Yes, you can, but it is not recommended for people who suffer from vertigo.

How long is the bridge?

The bridge is 28.5 meters long and 1.20 meters wide.

How long does it take to get to  Inca Bridge Qeswachaka?

It is 4 hours from Cusco.

What time does the tour start and end?

The tour starts at 04:30 am

The tour ends at 07:00 pm

What does the tour consist of?

It is mainly a bus tour with several stops to visit and get to know different tourist attractions before arriving at the Q’eswachaka Bridge.

Is breakfast and lunch included?

Yes, continental breakfast in Cusipata and lunch in the same place.

Is there a bathroom on the bus?

No, however, we can stop to use the restrooms in the towns along the way, however we recommend that you carry toilet paper and coins to pay for the use of the restroom.

What is the maximum altitude of the tour of Inca bridge Queswachaka?

The maximum altitude we will reach is (3800m.a.s.l.).

Can you guarantee me the first seats in the tour transportation?

No, the seats are occupied by the order of arrival of the members of the tour.


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