Type of tour : Adventure, ecological landscapes and cultural
Departures date : Daily but try to coincide to travel in June between 8,9,10 for the festival and bridge renewal
Season : From April to August
Tour Duration : A full Day
Group size : Minimum 2 Paxs
High Altitude : 3,800 m.a.s.l
Difficulty : Easy and full Adventure
Distance : 115 KM
Hours : Around 8 to 9 hours r/t
After your breakfast at your Hotel , we will pick you up at 7:00am to start with this lovely adventure tour where we will have amazing journey by our PRIVATE and very comfortable transport , we will lead to the South of Cusco which is Apurimac , along the way we will cross many mountains and then down to Paruro ( small village ) afterwards, we will continue driving to the Apurimac river once there, we will begin with our sport fishing activity with our expert English speaking guide , we will have a break to eat our box-lunch and plenty of snack . Afternoon, return to Cusco arriving around 5:00pm and dropped off at your Hotel.
For weather conditions, we don't guarantee at 100% that you will fish but our company offer the best option to enjoy the hanging Inca bridge of Q´eswachaka and the 4 lagoons. Q´eswachaka. - This Inca bridge is the only one that still exists. It is located approximately three hours from Cusco by our private vehicle, in the province of Canas. This trip is basically for the people who love the adventure and cultural visit this place, for the people who have the courage can cross the bridge that measures 28 maters and is made of Ichu or Puna Straw. This trip is an absolutely unique, Q´eswachaka Bridge is located across the Apurimac River, at about 3,900 m.a.s.l (13,000 ft) in Canas province. This hand-woven grass bridge spans 120ft, and rebuilt every one or two years as communal effort by all the local people of the region. About 700 men and women from the communities Huinchiri, Ccollana come to Q´eswachaka to a Fiesta that celebrates the construction of the bridge. The final day of the party is the second Sunday in June where you can see typical dances and walk across the completed bridge. You can also visit the bridge site, in the days preceding, to see the bridge building in progress. The weaving and construction techniques have passed from generation to generation since the bridge was first built by the Incas. It is the only remaining example of an Inca hanging bridge that can be seen today.