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4 Days 3 Nights
Availability : daily departures
Machu Picchu
Min Age : 8+
Max People : 20

If you are a person who loves extreme sports, the Inca Jungle tour is for you, an alternative path that combines adventure sports such as high mountain biking, rafting, zip lines, hiking, and many surprises. This tour lakes 4 days until arriving at Machu Picchu.
The Inca Jungle is the preferred tour for many tourists from all over the world who come to Cusco in search of adventure, we recommend our traveling friends to book in advance to have everything insured and avoid unnecessary risks such as loss of equipment, run out of access to Machu Picchu or worse still be stranded in Aguas Calientes (without return train).

The tour Includes:

  • Pick up from your hotel.
  • Tourist bus transport Cusco - Malaga Pass and accompanying to Santa María.
  • Bicycles, helmets, gloves, Windbreaker Vest, Knee pads, Elbow pads.
  • Zipline or Canopy, in the company VERTIKAL ZIP LINE (see a video on youtube).
  • Rafting, in the company SEGUNDOs RAFTING.
  • Food (with the exception of the last lunch and dinner).
  • 01 Night in LODGE with a private Bathroom.
  • 01 Hostel night in Santa Teresa with Private Bathroom.
  • 01 Hostel night in Aguas Calientes with Private Bathroom.
  • Entrance ticket to Machupicchu.
  • Return train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo.
  • Return minivan from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.
  • Entrance ticket to the Hot Springs.
  • Professional bilingual guide service during the 4 days.
  • Assistant guide (for more than 16 passengers).
  • First aid kit.
  • Informative talk with the guide 1 day before your trip.
  • Permanent assistance of the agency.
  • Travel advisor in Peru.

Not Included:

  • Lunch and dinner on the last day.
  • Bus ticket to get up and down from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes (the US $ 24.00).
  • Snacks and additional dishes.
  • Extra drinks like; mineral water, beer, coke, etc, during the trip.
  • Cable car.
  • Air flights
  • Hotel in Cusco.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Walking sticks.


  • Passport (very important).
  • Jacket for the Cold.
  • Sportswear for 4 days.
  • Swimwear.
  • Hiking shoes
  • Flip flops.
  • Camera.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Hat or cap.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Rain jacket or plastic poncho.
  • Extra money (soles).
  • Standard travel backpack (approximately 21 liters).
  • Sunscreen.


To Machu Picchu Travel will pick you up from your hotel at 06:00 am, and then start our trip for approximately 2 hours, passing through different villages with beautiful landscapes along the sacred valley of the Incas, arriving at Ollantaytambo (2,792 masl) where it will be breakfast for 30 minutes and then reach the highest point Abra Málaga 4350 masl. This is the starting point to make the descent by bicycle, our company provides all the equipment and at the same time our guide will share with you the necessary information before starting for your complete safety, the estimated time of the activity is 2 hours approximately, at the time of the descent by bicycle we will pass through different ecosystems that characterize the Andes and the high jungle, this activity concludes in the town of Huamanmarca. Here we keep the equipment and bicycles to continue our trip to Santa Maria (1,204 masl), where we will take our lunch and then do the adventure sport (rafting) with rapids level 2 and 3, in a time of 2 hours on the Urubamba River at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level. At the end of this adventure (Dinner and overnight) we will spend our first night in Santa Maria, end of the first day of the Inca jungle to Machu Picchu.

Time: 3 and a half hours by minivan to Abra Málaga – 2 hours of descent by bicycle.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Cycling distance: 60 km Approximately.
Maximum height: 4,350 m.a.s.l. Málaga pass.
Minimum height: 1,204 m.a.s.l. Santa Maria.
Climate: Cold at the beginning of the tour and warm at noon onwards.


This day we will wake up 07:00 am to enjoy a good energetic breakfast and then start the 8-hour hike inside the mountain jungle observing different varieties of plants grown by farmers in the area such as ; coffee, cocoa, citrus, potatoes, cassava, bananas. So also the fauna with birds of different colors and sizes, the native flora represented by orchids and bromeliads abundant in the area. Another interesting crop is coca, which as many of us know is one of the ingredients for cocaine production, our guide will share information about this controversial plant. At the highest point, we will have a view of the entire valley and if there is luck the Salkantay glacier (6,271 m.s.n.m). Then we will make part of the Inca trail of 1½ km, approximately at the top of the jungle with its fantastic panoramic views, having some stops to go to the bathroom and rest, the next point will be the village of Quellomayo where we will enjoy a delicious lunch very abundant, with a break for digestion of course, then continue with the second section following the river upstream we will arrive at a bridge and then an Oroya that will leave us across the Urubamba River to cross a tunnel and reach the hot springs of Santa Teresa (Cocalmayo) in this place we will have approximately 2 hours to relax. Then we will continue with the walk to the city of Santa Teresa in a time of 40 minutes, the place of our dinner and overnight.
End of the second day of the Inca jungle to Machu Picchu.

Time: 8 hours approximately.
Food: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Walking distance: 16 km Approximately.
Maximum height: 1,320 m.a.s.l. Lookout point.
Minimum height: 1,204 m.a.s.l. Santa Maria
Warm weather.


Today we will get up very early to have a delicious breakfast and continue with the main activity of the day the zipline, considered the longest in South America with 6 cable lines distributed along the Santa Teresa Valley, a suspension bridge and a climbing section, which takes for 2½ hours. Prior to this activity, our guide will give us the option to continue walking if you do not reserve the zip line, with a duration of 2 hours by a vehicular road until arriving at hydroelectric, here is the first control of tourists arriving from other routes such as Salkantay, Choquequirao, Inca jungle and the people who come by minivan from the city of Cusco.
From the hydroelectric we will have a 20 minutes walk along the railway line to our restaurant located in the middle of the forest to have our respective lunch and rest, then we continue the trip for about 2 more hours in the middle of the mountains and the river, until we reach the Aguas Calientes town, we will arrive at our hotel and at night we will enjoy dinner, where our guide will share information about the visit to Machu Picchu, the next day.

Time: 6 hours Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes.
Food: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Walking distance: 16 km Approximately.
Maximum height: 2050 m.a.s.l. Aguas Calientes.
Minimum height: 1500 m.a.s.l. Santa Teresa.
Climate: Warm weather.


This day is probably the most anticipated by all, to visit Machupicchu we have several entry shifts; They can be at 6-7-8- or 9 in the morning, depending on the date of the advance payment of the tour we can book the entrance as early as possible.
Depending on the time of the entrance ticket to Machupicchu we will get up to have breakfast.
To go to Machupicchu from Aguas Calientes, we have two alternatives:
1.- Go by Bus (24 US$ dollars round trip, not included)
2.- Go walking, in approximately 2 hours.
Already at the entrance of Machupicchu, our guide will gather the whole group to start the tour in the archeological zone, where we can visit the different places the temple of the sun, sun clock, house of the Inca, etc. If you have a visit to one of the available mountains “Huaynapicchu or Machupicchu”, depending on the start time (first time 7 AM – 8 AM and the second time from 10 AM – 11 AM), our guide will organize everything, you just have to relax and enjoy the tour. Once the tour is finished you can return walking or by bus, but keep in mind that sometimes the line to board the bus is so long that it can take an hour or more, between 12 to 13 in the afternoon. Already in Aguas Calientes, it is where we will board the return train until we reach the town of Ollantaytambo, that is where our mobility will be waiting for you to return to the city of Cusco.

Food: Breakfast
Walking distance Aguas Calientes – Machupicchu: Approximately 5 km.
Maximum height: 2850 m.a.s.l. MachuPicchu.
Minimum height: 2050 m.a.s.l. Aguas Calientes
Climate: Warm or cold depending on the weather season.


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