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Classic Inca Trekking in Jungle Tour Package

Cusco, Peru
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The Exhilarating Jungle Adventure to Machu Picchu – 4 Days / 3 Nights
The Classic Inca Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu is perfect for thrill-seekers. This adventure includes hiking, biking, rafting, and ziplining through stunning landscapes and lush jungle, leading to Aguas Calientes at the base of Machu Picchu.

On the final day, explore the magnificent Inca citadel, one of the World’s New Seven Wonders. Immerse yourself in the mystical history of the Incas and uncover its secrets. Are you ready for the challenge?

Day 1:
Cusco | Malaga Pass – Huamanmarca – Santa Maria (Biking, Rafting)

Feel the Wind Rush Through Your Hair
Your adventure begins with a 5:30 a.m. departure from Cusco. After breakfast in the Sacred Valley, we’ll continue to the Malaga Pass for a thrilling downhill biking experience. Feel the wind in your hair as you descend from misty mountains to lush jungle, with noticeably warmer weather. We’ll cycle to Humanmarca and then take private transportation to Santa Maria for lunch.

In the afternoon, you’ll raft the Vilcanota River rapids (available from April to December), equipped with all necessary safety gear to enjoy this exciting adventure. In the evening, we’ll return to Santa Maria for a delicious dinner before heading to our lodge to rest and recharge for the next day.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Lodge
Difficulty: Moderate
Biking Distance: 55 km / 34.18 mi
Biking Time: 3 hours approx.
Rafting Distance: 9 km / 5.59 mi
Rafting Time: 1 hour approx.
Rafting Category: III-IV
Starting Elevation: 4,350 m / 14,272 ft
Minimum Elevation: 1,200 m / 3,937 ft
Highest Elevation: 4,350 m / 14,272 ft
Accommodation Elevation: 1,200 m / 3,937 ft

Day 2:
Santa Maria | Santa Teresa – Cocalmayo Hot Springs – Lucmabamba Camp (Jungle Domes)

Experience the Heat of the Jungle
This morning, explore the lush jungle and learn about the local flora and fauna. You’ll visit a local family’s house to understand their customs and traditions. Next, cross a section of the Inca trail, discovering more about this ancient culture’s history while enjoying breathtaking views before stopping for lunch.

In the afternoon, travel to Santa Teresa, where you can opt for thrilling ziplining. Then, relax and soothe your muscles at the Cocalmayo hot springs, set in a beautiful location. Afterward, we’ll head to our campsite at Lucmabamba to spend the night surrounded by the sounds of nature.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Jungle Domes
Difficulty: Moderate
Walking Distance: 7 km / 4.3 mi
Walking Time: 4 hours
Minimum Elevation: 1,200 m / 3,937 ft
Highest Elevation: 2,000 m / 6,562 ft
Campsite Elevation: 2,000 m / 6,562 ft

Jungle Domes
Lucmabamba – 2,040 m / 6,693 pies

From the comfort of our domes, you’ll be in close contact with the surrounding nature. Immerse yourself in the green environment as you listen to the sounds of the wind, rain, and local flora and fauna.

16 domes
2 people per dome
Dining room, kitchen and bathrooms

Day 3:

The Road to Aguas Calientes
Wake up early to explore the jungle and visit a coffee farm, where you’ll learn about the process and sample fresh coffee made by the locals. Then, we’ll head to the incredible Inca archaeological site of Llactapata. Here, your guide will share the site’s history as you catch your first glimpse of Machu Picchu in the distance. You’ll have ample time to explore and take stunning photos.

Next, we’ll descend to our lunch spot in Aobamba. After lunch, we’ll head to Hidroelectrica and then make our way to Aguas Calientes. You can choose to take the train for an additional cost of USD 34.00 or enjoy a scenic 3-hour walk along the train tracks with the Urubamba River as your companion. Along the way, you’ll visit the Intihuatana and learn about its significance to the Incas.

In Aguas Calientes, you can rest in your hotel or explore the town before enjoying a delicious dinner at a local restaurant. Head to bed early to prepare for an early start the next day.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel
Difficulty: Challenging
Walking Distance: 25 km / 15.53 mi
Walking Time: 8-9 hours
Minimum Elevation: 1,800 m / 5,906 ft
Highest Elevation: 2,800 m / 9,186 ft
Accommodation Elevation: 2,040 m / 6,693 ft

Day 4:
Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo – Cusco

Tour of the Incredible Incan Citadel: Machu Picchu
Today is the day you’ve been eagerly anticipating—your visit to Machu Picchu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Starting early to avoid the crowds, you’ll head to the citadel for a guided tour of approximately two hours, where you’ll learn all about the site while taking in the stunning scenery.

After the tour, if you’ve pre-booked, you can choose to climb an additional mountain. Then, return to Aguas Calientes for lunch before catching your train to Ollantaytambo. From there, our transportation will take you back to your hotel in Cusco. Now it’s time to rest after an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Meals: Breakfast
Difficulty: Easy
Activity Duration: 2-5 hours exploring
Machu Picchu Citadel Elevation: 2,430 m / 7,972 ft
Machu Picchu Mountain Elevation: 3,000 m / 9,843 ft
Huayna Picchu Mountain Elevation: 2,720 m / 8,924 ft
Optional Activities: Moderate to Challenging (2-4 hours)

What is Included?

High Quality Service & Safety
Pre-departure briefing
Experienced tour guide
Professional bicycles
One duffle bag
Security transport during the biking activity
Medical kit or first aid kit

Lodge in Santa Maria
Accommodation in private campsites
Comfortable hostel in Aguas Calientes

4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 3 dinners
Filtered water during the hike
Tea time or happy hour
Snacks on the trail daily
One cloth snack bag per person

Exclusive transportation for our groups
One-way Consettur bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (Day 4)
Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (Day 4)
Transportation of personal belongings (duffle bag)
Pick-up from your hotel (within the Historic Center of Cusco) to the hike starting point and return transport to your hotel in Cusco after the tour

Permits & Entrance Tickets
Rafting ticket in Santa Maria (Day 1)
Entrance ticket for Cocalmayo Hot Springs
Entry to Machu Picchu Archaeological Site

What is Not Included?
Zipline / Canopy ticket in Santa Teresa (Day 2)
Walking sticks for the hike
Entrance ticket to:Huayna Picchu Mountain (60.00 USD per person), Machu Picchu Mountain (60.00 USD per person), Lunch in Aguas Calientes and dinner in Cusco (Day 4)
Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes (Day 3) (37.00 USD)
Clothing and personal trekking equipment
Travel insurance
Tips for staff
Additional costs or delays out of our control

What Should You Bring?
Valid passport
Extra money (recommended in soles)
Personal medication
Water bottle or CamelBak (optional water purifying pills)
Sunblock (factor 70 or higher)
Insect repellent
Personal care products
Hiking boots or shoes (preferably waterproof)
Light footwear or sandals
Trekking pants
Trekking socks
Waterproof gaiters
Long sleeve t-shirts
Warm jacket
Waterproof jacket
Raincoat or poncho
Sun hat to protect neck and face
Neck gaiter or buff
Sunglasses with UV protection
Trekking poles
Medium trekking backpack (15-25 liters)
Camera and charger
Power bank
Snacks (energy bars, chocolate, candies, dried fruits, etc.)
Bathing suit

*Price per person from 563 USD



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