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Inca Jungle 4 Days 3 Nights Group Service Accommodation Included min requirement 2 Pax

The Tour In a few words.

The Inka Jungle Tour combines adventure sports such as mountain bike riding, river rafting, zip-lining, and hiking. You will enjoy 4 adventure-filled days before you arrive at Machu Picchu. At Machu Picchu, you will have your choice of climbing up to Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain (please request at booking). On this VIP version of the Inka Jungle Tour you will enjoy personalized service as you travel in a medium sized group. (Average group size: 10 people.)

This VIP tour includes transportation, lodging, food, and guides.

This option is highly recommended for couples, families, and groups of friends that prefer privacy and comfortable service while they are taking part in an adventure excursion. Although this tour appears somewhat demanding, people of all ages can enjoy the Inka Jungle Tour without any problems.


Day 1 – Cusco – Santa María (Mountain biking)

The tour begins around 6 am. when we will pick you up from your Hotel in Cusco and head out for Málaga Pass (4.300 m.a.s.l.) There we will begin a mountain biking journey which lasts for 3 hours as we descend along a route that passes through orchards of tropical fruit trees and features wonderful views of the countryside. When we arrive at the town of Santa María, you will have a great lunch at a local restaurant.

Later in the afternoon, those people who have made prior reservations will be ableto go river rafting. (additional cost for river rafting is $30US per person). This activity is a lot of fun but is only available during the dry season months. (from April through November).

You will spend the night at a comfortable hotel which has hot water, Internet, and a magnificent view of the upper Amazon Jungle.

  • Accompanied by: English-speaking guide    
  • Meals:    Lunch and dinner  
  • Accommodation: Vicma Hostel / Santa María 
  • Transportation:  Private vehicle and mountains bikes 

Day 2 – Santa María – Santa Teresa (hiking and hot springs)

Breakfast will be served at 6 am. Then we will begin hiking along a beautiful section of the Inca Trail. This is a very attractive part of the journey. It is certainly something that you wouldn´t want to miss. This trail is still used by the locals today. During the hike, we will pass by waterfalls, rushing streams, orchards of tropical fruit trees, and farms where they grow root crops typical of the region. There will brightly colored tropical birds and all kinds of unique flora and fauna. Discover the pretty orchids and see the farms where they grow coffee, oranges, bananas, avocados, and more. We will be passing through what is called the ´eyebrow of the jungle´. It is one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet.

In the afternoon we will arrive at the Cocalmayo hot springs. This spot is famous for its healing, medicinal waters. After a relaxing soak, we will settle in at our comfortable hostal located in the village of Santa Teresa where we will spend the night. Perhaps you will enjoy trying out a ‘pisco sour’ at one of the small, but friendly pubs in town.

  • Accompanied by: English-speaking guide    
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and dinner  
  • Accommodation: Monte Villa / Santa Teresa

Day 3 – Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes (hiking)

On this day we will learn a lot about history as we enjoy our picturesque hike. Your guide will fill you in on the details of the great explorers that passed this way in the last century on their journeys when the discovered Machu Picchu. Also, those people who have made their reservations in advance can go zip-lining. This a one of the most thrilling parts of the journey. (Additional cost is $30US per person). After a short rest to enjoy the view, we will head down to the village called “Hidroeléctrica”. where we will have lunch at one of the restaurants.

After lunch it is an easy 3-hour walk along the train route to Aguas Calientes. This is the part of the trip that has the most splendid views and the most impressive waterfalls. There will be old bridges, snow-covered glaciers, and coca plantations to see. The town of Aguas Calientes is also known as ‘Machu Picchu Pueblo’. That is where we will spend the night in a comfortable Hotel at the foot of Machu Picchu Mountain.

In the evening we will get together at a tourist restaurant where we will have a delicious dinner. Then, together with our guide, we will plan out our following day´s visit to Machu Picchu.

  • Accompanied by: English-speaking guide    
  • Meals:  Breakfast, lunch and dinner  
  • Accommodation:  Hotel 3 star / Aguas Calientes

Day 4 – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

At around 4 am we will start getting ready for our ascent to the Incan Citadel of Machu Picchu. We will climb up approximately 1500 steps. The guide will not be with you on the climb because he will have a lot of details to coordinate, but he will meet you at the entry gate in to Machu Picchu. We also have the policy of protecting our guides from the continual physical stress of climbing which can be damaging to the knees.

Soon after we enter the ruins, if luck is with us, we´ll view the magnificence of sunrise over the peaks at Machu Picchu. Our guide will be with us and will share his detailed knowledge of the site during our two hour guided tour. Then there will be free time to take photos or to do some more exploring.

Those people who have thought ahead and purchased an additional $35US per person ticket to climb up either Huaynapicchu Mountain or Machupicchu Mountain will be able to have a magnificent view of the ruins from high above. The extra climb takes about 3 hours, but it is well worth the effort. The view from the top is unforgettable.

In the afternoon we will return to Aguas Calientes where you will have lunch on your own ( lunch not included) and you can walk around one last time or buy souvenirs and get ready for the Expedition train ride back to Ollantaytambo which departs at 14: 55 pm and connect with a private van to take us back to Cusco, arriving at about 7 pm. 

  • Accompanied by                   Local English-speaking guide   
  • Meals:          Breakfast,
  • Transportation: Trains and private vehicles        

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