This is the most amazing and exciting trip Inca Jungle Trail to MachuPicchu, just imagine: 3 hours biking tour starting on 4300 m.a.s.l. and you’ll finish in the high jungle; river rafting for 1 and 1/2 hours,
hiking around the high jungle crossing an ancestral Inca Jungle Trail where you will also find bananas, orange, coffee, coca plantations and small villages,
a relaxing afternoon in the hot springs, a canopy tour (ZIP LINE 5 cables more than 2500 meters long), and the last day sun rise in Machupicchu,
No experience require, just the best adventurous people like “YOU”
Day 1: Cusco – San Luis – Santa Maria.
Day 2: Santa Maria – Hot Springs – Santa Teresa.
Day 3: Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes.
Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machupicchu – Cusco.
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We pick you up in your accommodation at 7:30 a.m. then we’ll go by bus (3 and 1/2 Hours) to ABRA MALAGA (4350 m.a.s.l.)
in this place we stop a while to see the beautiful snow mountain of VERONICA (Wakaywillka), then we get ready to start our biking tour,
this will be three hours downhill where you will be able to stop in different viewpoints to see the amazing landscape,
you will get in into the high jungle and pass by small villages, with big valleys of the high jungle, here you will find many plantations of bananas, oranges, coffee, coca and so on,
you are going to meet with local people as well after we have enjoyed this first day, we will arrive at SANTA MARIA (1400 m.a.s.l.) a small village where you will stay this night.
**Optional (1): This day in the afternoon you have the option to do river rafting tour for 2 hours, you can decide the day before your tour start.
After a healthy breakfast we will get ready to walk, this day we walk 7 hours approximately, first we’ll take a flat part of the Urubamba riverside to start to ascend as one hour up,
where you’ll find a part of one Inca route, like all the ancients Inca trails it is stoned with rocks and smalls stones, where we are going up and down for some steps;
at this time we’ll be in the upper part of the mountain where you will meet some animal-like green parrots, hummingbirds, insects, and so on;
also, we’ll find medicinal plants, and more fruits as avocados, pineapples, mangos, then we are going to descent and cross the river in typical cable cars (oroyas) and in footbridges;
the small hamlet of Quellomayo will be our resting place to have lunch, after that, you continue walking others 2 hours near to the river to arrive at the hot springs of COCALMAYU,
in this place we can take a shower in the big pool of warm and clean water and relax, then after 45 minutes walking, we’ll arrive in the town SANTA TERESA, where we will sleep this night.
This day will continue the trek to arrive the village of Machu Picchu, the walk will be 5 to 6 hours, this hike is mainly flat close by the river bank and the rail route,
once you arrive in hydroelectric you will have lunch and then continue our course to the village of Machu Picchu (AGUAS CALIENTES),
here will have the afternoon off to rest or also have the option to visit the hot springs, located in the upper part of the village of Aguas Calientes;
after dinner, we’ll go to rest early thinking already in the tour of the next day, Machu Picchu.
**Optional (2): In the morning before the hike start, you have the option to do a Zipline tour.
On this last day of the Inca Jungle Trail to MachuPicchu, we get up very early (4:30 a.m.), to start to walk up to the archeological site (one and a half hours hike),
we start early in the morning to have the option to see the sunrise in MACHU PICCHU, after taking the first pictures, our guide will give us information about the history and architecture around the main places of the city,
then you’ll have free time to walk around and take pictures yourself, in this free time you will have the option to climb up to Waynapicchu or Machupicchu mountains (this has an extra price, and you have to book in advance),
in the afternoon we have to go down again to Aguas Calientes, where you will have time to have lunch, then we will take the train to return to Ollantaytambo, (train departure 19:00 hrs) and in this place, our friend will be waiting for us to bring you back to CUSCO again (22:30 hrs).
This service in a GROUP TOUR means that you will do the tour with other people, This standard service has 12 to 15 participants,
That doesn’t mean you have to get that quantity of people to do the tour, we have confirmed departures every day, so, If you are only one or two people do not worry, you can join some of our groups.
“BEST PRICE PER PERSON: US$ 289.00”
This service is an exclusive way to make this trip, where the service is very much where the service is much more personalized,
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Choose the best way to pay and make a deposit, for this hike the payment is 50%;
There are 03 ways to pay: Wire money by Western Union, payments via “PAYPAL” and with debit or credit card VISA or MASTER CARD, these last two options have an 8% fee), any extra commissions or fees charged must be assumed by the customer;
when you send your information you have to specify the payment method you would like to use, then when we mail you back We will send you a request for payment through the platform you chose;
the balance should be paid in our office in Cusco at most a day before your tour, this can be by cash or by credit or debit card (if you choose this second option to pay, you must add 8% of the amount to pay).
Upon receipt of all passenger(S) data and once we received information of your payment, we will send you your receipt (VOUCHER OF RESERVATION),
at this moment your reservation will be guaranteed 100%. (this will be sent at most in the next 8 hours, considering our business hours GMT – 5).
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1.- I am just one person, can I join some group tour?
Yes, you can, we have departure every day, feel free to decide when to go.
2.- We don’t like to go in a big group, can we arrange a private tour?
Yes you can, our group tours go with 15 or 19 people, but if you want, you can also arrange a private tour, we have different rates for it depending on how many people you are.
3.- I will travel with my family, we have two 65 YO people, do you think, can they make it?
We had people on this tour from 70 and 75 YO, the tour is not hard, but you have some small hikes into the Inca Sites where there are many steps to go up and down if you think they are not to fit to do it, we recommend to take a Private tour, that will be a perfect plan to do the tour quite easily and smoothly.
4.- We want to take the tour included Wayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, do we have enough time to do it in the same day tour of Machu Picchu?
Yes, On this tour you will sleep in Aguas Calientes (Town of Machu Picchu) so you can take some of the first busses, the park opens at 6:00 am. suppose that you will get in at 7:00 am. First, you can climb the Mountain (2 or 3 and 1/2 hours hike) until 10:30 am. Then, you can go out to use the toilet or eat something and rest, then you can start the guided tour around the citadel (Around 2 hours) until 14:00 hrs. Then you will have free time to continue exploring on your own, the park is open until 5 pm. You will have like 10 hours to be there, the train departure to return is at 19:00 hrs.
5.- How about my luggage, can I take all my staff?, or where can I store it?
As this tour is only for 2 days we recommend to take only small backpacks because there are restrictions to take on the train, and also all the streets in Aguas Calientes have only pedestrian access. The rest of your stuff you can be stored at your accommodation in Cusco, All the Hotels have storage if you book the night for your way back, you can leave your stuff there, another option is that you can leave your stuff in our office, in the two options you don’t need to pay anything extra.
6.- How about the altitude, Are going to pass by other places higher than Cusco?
Cusco city is located in 3350 masl. (10990 Ft.) the only place higher than Cusco is Chinchero area 3750 masl. then you will descend to Aguas Calientes 2050 masl. Machu Picchu is located in 2450 masl (8038 Ft.); we always recommend to have at least one day in Cusco to acclimatize; altitude sickness is very different for everyone, sometimes you don’t have any problem.