This trip is an absolutely unique, Q´eswachaka Bridge is loacted acrooss the Apurimac River, at about 3,900 m.a.s.l (13,000 ft) in Canas province. This handwoven grass bridge spans 120ft, and rebuilt every one or two years as comunal effort by all the local people of the región. 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 bulding 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.
We take small groups, why?
The principal reason to take small groups is to provide personalized service, in a small group is easy to keep walking together and enjoy the nature, landscape , there is a possibility to make friend and share experiences, interacting more closely with each other . So choose small group for the personalized and quality service.
What are the benefits of doing a private tour?
One of the main reasons why the private option is sought after is because you do not need to worry about which dates we have departures set for. In addition to the convenience and flexibility in booking, the private option provides a more personal trip experience for your group. We will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel….The guide will focus all of his energy and attention on your group. You can also be more specific about the foods that you would like to be served during the trek. It is a truly wonderful experience to go on such an amazing journey with only your friends and loved ones. Ask at South Adventure Peru Tours how you can arrange your own private tour.