The Inca Jungle Trek is an unbelievable 3 day alternative tour where you can envolve your experience in adventure and sports such as Biking Downhill, in the impresive Abra Malaga Mountain with an gorgeus view during the down hill, and as an optional you can add and enjoy Rafting in the Urubamba River in Santa Maria area. and Zip line in Santa Teresa. It also includes some recently discovered Inca paths with archaeological remains, the deep green valley and the vibrant jungle basin of Santa Maria. The Inca Jungle Trek uses A-1 equipment and profetionals instructors in each activities and the groups are small creating an intimate experience with the natural terrain of Peru.
- Briefing the night before your tour.
- Hotel pick-up.
- Transportation from Cusco – Abra Málaga.
- Bicycles with full suspension, safety helmets and gloves.
- A private, professional English/Spanish speaking guide.
- Meals as indicated in the program: 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 snack on the last day.
- Vegetarian meal options without additional costs.
- 1 Night in a local house with basic service (shared room).
- 1 Night of hostel lodging (private bathrooms and hot water).
- Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu.
- Transportation from Hydroelectric - Cusco.
- First aid kit.
- The bus to/from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu.
- Rafting & Zipline.
- Train from Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo.
- Huayna Picchu or Old Mountain.
- Hot Springs Cocalmayo(Payable at the place).
- The lunch and dinner during the last day.
- Tips for the guide.
- Fee to cross the Urubamba river.
First Aid Kit
What's in the Inca Jungle?
The Inca Jungle trek we find adventure activities, local people who are dedicated to the agriculture that works coffee, coca among other products of the area we also find medicinal and exotic plants and we also find types of birds.
Why is the Inca Jungle Trail an alternative Inca trail?
It is called the alternative to the path because it is another way to get to Machu Picchu in addition to the already famous Inca Trail, which is very popular and your reservation must be made with an anticipation of 8 months.
The Inca Jungle is the only alternative path specialized in adventures for different activities such as biking, rafting, zipline, hiking, trekking.
What is Machu Picchu?
Machu Picchu is an archeological center that preserves the remains of an Inca city, built in a green environment of mountains and rivers, a mystical and mysterious place; in addition, it is a patrimony of humanity and one of the most desired destinations in the world.
It is located at 2,400 m. a. s. l. in a cloud forest between the Andes Mountains and the Amazon rainforest of Peru.
When to go to Machu Picchu?
It is possible to go all the year, the minimum temperatures vary between 8 ºC and the maximum around 20 ºC.
There are 2 seasons in Machu Picchu: the dry season and the rainy season. The first one takes place between April and October, it is characterized by little rain and a sunny climate. The rainy season runs from November to March and is characterized by constant rains.
Can Machu Picchu be visited by people of any age?
Yes, it can be visited by people of all ages. However, in order to ascend Huayna Picchu mountain, it can only be visited by people older than 12 years old.
From what time can I enter Machu Picchu?
Public access is from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
What to see in Machu Picchu?
Machu Picchu is home to almost 150 amazing constructions, these are some of the places that stand out:
• The Temple of the Sun.
• The Intihuatana.
• The Temple of the 3 Windows.
• The Temple of the Condor.
• The Hall of Mirrors.
• The Ladder of the Fountains.
• Huayna Picchu Mountain.
• The Temple of the Moon.
• The Door of the Sun (Intipunku).
• The Main Square.
• The Royal Tomb.
• The Sacred Rock.