Inca Jungle 

Cusco, Machu Picchu
Duration: 4 Days
Max Altitud: 4,350 m
Activities: Tradicional

Inca Jungle Trek Peru

Can you imagine arriving at Machu Picchu doing various incredible sports along the way? The Inca Jungle Trek Peru is a very popular tour in Cusco (Peru) through which you can reach Machu Picchu by cycling, canoeing, trekking, zip line and even relaxing in a thermal bath before visiting the Wonder of the World!!! Join us in this amazing adventure.

 

  • 4 Day adventurer Trek to Machu Picchu
  • The most sporty trek of Southern Peru
  • Daily Departures
Price Per Night

$300

OVERVIEW:

  • Day 01: Cusco – Abra Malaga – Santa Maria

  • Day 02: Santa Maria – Santa Teresa

  • Day 03: Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes

  • Day 04: Hiking to Machu Picchu – Cusco

ITINERARY:

DAY 1: CUSCO – SANTA MARIA – BICYCLE

Pick up from the hotel at 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and heading towards the Sacred Valley of the Incas, where we can appreciate beautiful and picturesque natural attractions. We will make a stop after an hour and a half approx. In the town of Ollantaytambo where you can have your breakfast then we will continue by car for about an hour until we reach the Malaga pass (4316 masl) where we will begin the descent by bicycle after an hour and a half. We will make a stop in HUAMANMARKA archaeological center where the guide will explain details about this place, then we will continue through fruit fields and rivers.

Arrival to Santa María at 4:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and during the descent through the valley we will have the support of our guide, and emergency transportation which will only accompany us to Santa María, where we will sleep. (Lunch, dinner and overnight).

DAY 2: SANTA MARIA – SANTA TERESA – WALK

We get up around 7:00 a.m. and after breakfast we start walking along the riverbank. We will be able to witness along the way, animals of the region such as birds (parrots, hummingbird, eagles), wild cats, centipedes, lizards, medicinal plants and fruit trees (banana, mango, orange, tangerines, cocoa, pacay and coffee , etc) then we will arrive to the small town Quellomayo, rest and lunch. Then we will walk approx. 1 hour and from there we will take a transport to Santa Teresa, arriving approximately at 4:00 p.m. (breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight).

DAY 03: SANTA TERESA – AGUAS CALIENTES

Breakfast will be approx. At 8:00 am and then enjoy the lodge for a couple of hours and do tarzan or canopy activities (not included) and then approx. At 10:00 am continue by car to Hidroelectrica where we will walk and have lunch on the route and after approximately 5 hours we will be in Aguas Calientes. At night you can take a walk around the city and visit the thermal baths of this place (dinner and lodging included).

DAY 4: MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO

In the morning at 5:00 a.m. we will wake up and at 5:30 a.m. we go to the most important archaeological center Machupicchu, we will take the first bus and after approx. 25 minutes we will arrive at the control point and enter Machu Picchu once inside we will go to the upper part of machupicchu to start the guided approx. 2 hours, then you will have free time to enjoy machupicchu on your own, after that depending on the schedule of your return ticket you should go down to Aguas Calientes and the guide will help you in giving you the indications so that you will not have problems when returning to Ollantaytambo and In the station of ollantaytambo will be waiting for the transfer that will take you to the city of Cusco, arriving approx. 11:00 pm. 

INCLUDED:

  • Transportation Cusco-Santa Teresa.
  • Biking team
  • Rafting equipment
  • Zip line equipment
  • 3 breakfasts
  • 3 lunches
  • 3 dinners
  • 3 nights of basic hostel
  • Entrance to Machupicchu
  • Guide in English language / Spanish
  • Train Aguas Calientes-Ollantaytambo
  • Transportation Ollantaytambo-Cusco

 

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Tips
  • Bus consettur (Aguas Calientes-Machupicchu-Aguas Calientes).
  • Entrance to the thermal baths.

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    Freequently Asked Questions

    What is Machu Picchu?

    Are there llamas in Machu Picchu?

    Yes, there are several adorable llamas in the old city. Actually, there are just over 20 llamas (28-35). They all have names that can be found on labels behind their ears. Sobe prepare and take some funny photos with llamas!!

    When to go to Machu Picchu?

    The time is not really a problem in Machu Picchu the minimum temperatures vary between 8 ºC and the maximum ones around 20 ºC. We recommend that you always carry something raincoat with you, because the geography of Machu Picchu means that rain can fall at any time of the year. However, there are big differences between coming in the rainy season or during the dry season; If you definitely do not want to get wet, you can choose to come between the months of April and October, dry season, but coming in the rainy season also has its advantages, lower prices, fewer people and Machu Picchu in its more intense green. The intermediate months (April and September), offer the best of both seasons.

    Machu Picchu be visited by people of any age?

    Machu Picchu can be visited by people of all ages; However, it is possible that children under 8 are not very clear, where they are or how amazing it can be, that is why they do not pay to enter Machu Picchu; however, you can reward them with a tour of the Butterfly House.