Inca Jungle Tour 4 days
About this tour
- Start: At 4 in the morning of day 1 at the door of your hotel.
- Duration: 4 days.
- Group: 15 people (maximum).
- Type of transport: Spacious minivan full equipment.
- Tickets included (no queues): Entrance ticket Machu Picchu Only.
- Tour guide: In English and Spanish (shared service).
- Equipment: Everything you need for biking, canoeing and ziplining.
- Sports: Cycling, canoeing, trekking and ziplining.
- Feeding. Complete at local restaurants.
- Lodging: Hotels 3 days.
- Payment methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, PayPal.
- Immediate confirmation.
- Cancellation option up to 3 days before (under penalty).
- Get to know Machu Picchu through one of the most famous adventure routes in Cusco. This is the Inca Jungle, a 4-day, 3-night route that includes a spectacular descent by bike, a stretch of hiking through incredible landscapes, as well as a relaxing afternoon in the thermal baths of Cocalmayo. The entire trip is organized so that the visitor only worries about enjoying this adventure every day. Includes: complete transportation, tour guide, bicycles, safety equipment, entrance fees to all places, lodging in each place, food and much more.
This is the experience
- The Inca Jungle is one of the adventures preferred by young people, groups of friends or adventurous families who want to spend a few days relaxing doing sports and, incidentally, visit Machu Picchu. The trip begins in the city of Cusco from where you will travel to the ‘Abra Málaga’ from where you will make a descent by bicycle to the town of Santa María in the jungle of Cusco. In the afternoon the canoeing adventure takes place. The next day there will be a walk to the town of Santa Teresa, famous for its Cocalmayo thermal baths. The third day the zipline adventure takes place. Then we will walk to the town of Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu town. In this magical place we will spend the night to visit Machu Picchu all the next day. The tour includes everything you need to spend 4 days of well-organized adventures.
WITH EXPEDITION TRAIN
Andean Community (Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador)
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CON TREN VISTADOME
Andean Community (Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador)
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- It all starts with the pick up of the tourist at the door of his hotel in the city of Cusco. The minivan will take you to the upper part of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the ‘Abra Málaga’, from where you can see the entire jungle of Cusco. On board our bicycles and the necessary safety equipment, we will descend for several kilometers until we arrive at the town of Santa María. In this descent of approximately 4 hours, we will have lunch in one of the local villages. Later we will do the canoeing adventure on the Vilcanota River. Finally we will arrive at the town of Santa María where we will have dinner and spend the night in a local lodging.
- We will get up very early to enjoy a nutritious breakfast. Then we will start the hiking trails, first uphill where we will appreciate the vastness of trees and green mountains. In the town of Quellumayo we will stop for lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon we will continue our route through beautiful landscapes until we arrive at the town of Santa Teresa. There we will relax in the famous Cocalmayo thermal baths (10 soles for foreigners and 5 soles for Peruvians). In Santa Teresa, after enjoying the thermal baths, we will have dinner and spend the night in a local hotel.
- We will get up very early for our nutritious breakfast. Then we will go to the recreational center where we will zipline. That day we will continue walking through landscapes of the jungle of Cusco. First we will make the route to the Hydroelectric station where we will have lunch. Then we will follow the route that connects with Aguas Calientes. That day we will walk a little more than 20 kilometers through paths of beautiful vegetation and imposing mountains. At night, when we arrive at the town of Aguas Calientes, we will have the option to relax in the thermal baths of the place (not included in the tour). In this magical town we will have dinner and spend the night in a local hotel.
- On the last day we will enjoy a nutritious breakfast to continue the final stretch of ascent to Machu Picchu with all our energy. The tour includes the final bus ride. However, the tourist who wishes, can not include this ticket and ascend for free to Machupicchu (approximately 2 hours of walking). There, our tour guide will explain every detail of the wonder of the world for approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Then we will return by bus to Aguas Calientes (optional free walking route) to rest a bit, have lunch (not included in the tour), buy souvenirs and board the Expedition tourist train (optional Vistadome) that will return us to Ollantaytambo and, finally, the bus that will take us to the city of Cusco where the tour ends at the door of the visitor’s hotel.
- Pick up from the hotel.
- Transportation to the beginning of the descent by bike in the Abra Málaga.
- Complete equipment for cycling, canoeing and ziplining.
- Lodging 3 nights.
- Tour guide service in English and Spanish.
- (3) Breakfasts, (3) lunches and (3) dinners at local restaurants.
- First aid kit.
- Entrance Machu Picchu Only.
- Bus ticket Aguas Calientes – Machupicchu – Aguas Calientes.
- Thermal baths of Cocalmayo (foreigners 10 soles and Peruvians 5 soles).
- Thermal baths of Aguas Calientes.
- Breakfast on day 1. Lunch and dinner on day 4.
What to bring?
- Passport (or identity document).
- Hat or cap.
- Comfortable clothes for walks.
- A coat.
- Snacks and extra drinks.
- Comfortable shoes for trekking.
- Mosquito repellent.
Where does the tour start and end?
- The tour begins with the tourist’s pick-up at the door of their hotel -valid only for hotels in the historic center of the city- (most tourist hotels are there). If your hotel is not there, the transport will pick you up at some central place in the city, such as a square.
- The tour ends at the door of the visitor’s tourist hotel in the city of Cusco.
How to prevent altitude sickness?
- Altitude sickness or soroche can cause you some discomfort during your visit such as dizziness, fatigue or nausea. Try to avoid alcoholic beverages and fatty foods before your visit.
- To reduce the symptoms, try to acclimatize one day before to the altitude of the city of Cusco. Drinking coca leaf infusions (a natural plant used by the Incas) is an excellent option.
Group or private services
- The information described applies to shared services (for a varied group of tourists). If you want a private service (for your own group of family or friends) contact us at email@example.com.
When is the best time to do the Inca Jungle?
According to tourists who have already done this trek, the dry season months (from April to October) are the best to do the Inca Jungle. On those days the few rains allow for walks and appreciate the landscapes. January, February and March are the rainiest months.
Can I do canoeing and ziplining during the tour?
The tour includes all the necessary equipment to carry out: cycling, canoeing and ziplining. All adventures are included in the tour.
Is the Inca Jungle dangerous?
No. The Inca Jungle is designed to be a safe adventure. The practice of cycling and hiking routes are carried out in the company of a tour guide with knowledge in first aid.
Can I go with children and older adults?
Yes. Although the tour is designed primarily for young people; children and older adults can also do this route. They must like sports and be in good physical condition. Children must be over 8 years old. Older adults must be in good health.