Suspension bridges extend through the forest canopy, providing travelers with a bird's-eye view of these beautiful and complex ecosystems. Peer into the tops of trees to spot colorful birds feeding on nuts or down towards the valley floor to see epiphytes reaching for light. Suspension bridges range in size and are safely constructed to allow you all the time in the world to take advantage of the surrounding view. Guided tours of suspension bridges help travelers to spot the plants and animals that might otherwise go unnoticed.
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Take this tour to see one of the only Inca bridges that still exists. It’s made of straw and stretches 92 feet 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 hrsFrom $93
- Elliot H.
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