Take this tour to see one of the only Inca bridges that still exists. It’s made of straw and stretches 92 feet (28 m) across a canyon, and offers stunning views of the surroundings, including the Apurímac River. If you’re feeling brave, walk across and get one of the most incredible views of the Inca landscape.
- 11 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 6:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
This tour comes with private transportation and on the way to the bridge, you’ll see pretty scenery, including four lakes. The Inca bridge has had some updates in the intervening years from its original construction, getting maintenance from people in the surrounding communities. They’re proficient builders, but stepping onto the bridge still takes an element of trust. If you do, you’ll be rewarded by a feeling of exhilaration as you survey the blue-green water and dramatic mountainscape.
What to Bring
Hiking shoes, hat or cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, jacket, 1 liter of water, money for personal expenses and tips, backpack, toilet paper, and camera.
Pick up from your hotel, private round-trip transportation, tour guide, boxed lunch, and entrance fee,
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