MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 13.451 FEET / 4,100 M
DISTANCES: 0.62 MILES / 1 KM
Let yourself be amazed by this beautiful bridge that is made in tradition to the Inca culture and you can also enjoy the beautiful 4 lagoons where you can observe native birds.
The beginning of this beautiful tour begins with the pick up of you and all the passengers from approximately 4 in the morning. You must wait for the guide at the reception until someone asks for their respective names.
Then they will go in the transport for approximately 2 hours until they reach the town of Cusipata where they will taste a wonderful breakfast. Then they will continue with their tour for 30 minutes until they find the first lagoon called Pomacanchisharán, a stop so that they can receive information from the tour guide about the place and that they can continue with the 3 lagoons (Acopia, Asnacocha and Pampamarca). After visiting the lagoons, you will continue to the historic towns and the Q’arañahui cave, this place was formed naturally and is impressive due to the depth of the place.
You will continue with the visit of the Queshuachaca bridge where you will relive the time of the Incas, the tour guide will provide you with all the history and information about the magnificent bridge and the place.
After enjoying the visit, you will return to Cusipata where your lunch will be waiting for you.
Then they will return by the same path where they began their adventure to board our return transport to Cusco between approximately 6:00 and 7:00 pm.
Briefing before the Queshuachaca tour
Pick up from your family home, hostel or hotel
First aid kit
Hot drinks in the restaurant
Price of admission
How long is the bridge?
The bridge measures 28.5 meters long and 1.20 meters wide. It is not recommended for people who suffer from vertigo.
Is it possible to suffer from altitude sickness?
Cusco is located at an altitude of 3,399 meters above sea level, so if you have problems with altitude, we recommend that you first acclimatize at the destination, drink coca tea and for the first day not eat heavy meals.
What should I bring to the excursion?
– Small backpack.
– Hat or cap for the sun.
– Hiking shoes.
– Personal medications.
– Sun glasses.
– Snacks and water.
Consult the contracting conditions of the Full Day Q’ueshuachaca excursion.
The activity may be canceled free of charge up to 72 hours before the start time of the activity
Walks are not recommended: Over 60 years, Children under 12 years, Pregnant women, people with mobility problems, people who suffer from heart disease or a high-risk disease.
No returns: In order to be well informed about any incident that could stop free work, the company will always send information to avoid miscommunication with its clients, we cannot predict natural disasters such as landslides, landslides that may occur during the trip. There will be no refunds in case of strikes, protests, natural disasters once the trip has started, but they will have assistance.
No show: •If passengers do not show up at the time of departure. •If passengers report that they do not go to the service on the same day of travel. •If the passenger does not show up within the indicated time
Passengers must wait in the hotel lobby or at the meeting point at the pick-up time coordinated at the time of confirming their reservation. • As it is a regular tour, the pick-up time can be extended by up to 15 minutes from the time indicated as the pick-up start. • Tours that need pick up from places other than our range of pick ups have an additional surcharge, please consult or you can take it to an agreed meeting point. • We pick up with backpacks or handbags of no more than 7kg.
The company is not responsible for loss of objects forgotten by passengers
Know our Terms and Conditions.