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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our day in Machu Picchu started out rainy and foggy so our guide suggested the short, narrow and lovely hike to the Inca Bridge. It was away from tourists and a different view. Bring hiking boots. The path is rocky and slippery with few guard...More

Thank L608
Reviewed 1 week ago

We decided to visit the Inca Bridge. We expected a little bit more (you cannot access the bridge any longer) but once you're at Macchu Piccu why not bring a short visit.

Thank Nicole B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As part of our visit to Machu Picchu in September 2018, we took the trail to the Inca Bridge. It wasn't too hard of a walk and was totally worth it! All Inca construction is incredible and the bridge didn't disappoint! How they were able...More

Thank metracey2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

30 minutes round trip, not too many hikers go there so you won´t be confronted with hordes of people. It´s neat to see the bridge.

Thank 1dragonlady
Reviewed 5 October 2018

This bridge, dating from the time of the Incas, is impressive as it clings to a sheer rock wall hundreds of feet high. the hike here is brief, so it's a good addition to sightseeing at the MP ruins, if you have the time.

Thank Steve K
Reviewed 13 September 2018

Intimidating at first. Walking along a narrow path is hair raising but anxiety quickly dissipates as soon as you start to view the astonishing views of the cliffs all around. A trail that should not be skipped for any reason. Very safe trail.

Thank CarlosAC21
Reviewed 8 September 2018

This was a fantastic experience to be able to walk to the Inca bridge. It takes about half an hour for a reasonable fit person to walk to walking along the cliffs and the views of the rivewr below. It is amazing how they built...More

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Reviewed 24 August 2018

We made the nice hike to the Inca Bridge. Seeing the hydroplant from above along the way was kinda neat, too. You can't reach the bridge itself, as a tourist tried to cross a year or so ago and fell to their death.

Thank John D
Reviewed 21 August 2018 via mobile

The hike to the Inca Bridge is pretty easy and the views are stunning. You have a different angle to view the Machu Picchu ruins and great views of the valley on the other side. The path at times is narrow with steep cliffs but...More

Thank Karen B
Reviewed 6 August 2018

Repeat after me: it's not always the destination, it's the journey! I see many people are less then thrilled with the Inca bridge when they get there. And yes, it looks like 4-6 logs or planks across a 12 ft notch cut into the rock...More

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susan h
27 July 2017|
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Response from TeriPugh | Reviewed this property |
You pay for your entrance at the gate (or beforehand because it's getting very restrictive) and there is a very clean toilet facility right before the gate. If I remember correctly it's about 2 soles. There is a Belmond... More
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Paul54359
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We used SouthAmerica.travel. It's a big company and they had all sorts of program n we were very satisfied with it. We also went in February. Even though it was a rainy season we didn't have any problem because it didn't... More
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Response from OurDailyPastry | Reviewed this property |
The bridge lies inside the Machu Picchu "complex" so you don't need an extra ticket to get to the bridge. The trailhead is up the mountainside from the main part of the ruins. There is a sign pointing you in the right... More
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