Inka Jungle Premium 4 Days Inka Jungle premium a circuit that combines adventure sports such as mountain biking, canoeing, canopy up to Machu Picchu. You can also access the additional mountains: "Machu Picchu Mountain" or "Huayna Picchu". Rated 5 Stars - 5 2 Reviews - Review Me $ 00.00
  Group From 2 - 7 Peoples
  4 Days tour
  The Tour Starts in Cusco, Perú
  The Tour Starts at 05:30:00
  Places we will visit during the tour : Pispitayoq, Qellomayo, Hidroelectrica, Machu Picchu


Inka Jungle Premium to Machu Picchu

is a circuit that combines adventure sports such as mountain biking, canoeing, canopy. With

Trekking 4 days

, dwhere we will visit coca and coffee plantations, until we reach Machu Picchu. Optionally (subject to availability) you can access one of the additional mountains: "Machu Picchu Mountain" or "Huayna Picchu".
The Premiun version of the tour

inca Jungle is an optimized

and/or personalized service that allows the tour to be done in small groups (7 people on average). Also this version includes substantial improvements in all services (transportation, accommodation, food and guide, among others).



Cusco – Abra Malaga – Huamanmarca – Pispitayoc (Cycling, Canoeing)

At 5:30 in the morning you will be picked up at your hotel in Cuzco to start the adventure in our transport to Ollantaytambo. In this place we will make a small stop to buy the last things necessary. Then we will continue our transport to Abra Malaga at 4330 m altitude.

This is where our bicycle adventure begins. After a safety briefing, you will enjoy an exciting 2.5 hour bicycle ride into the lush and humid jungle. Having traveled 21 km by bicycle we will settle in our hotel, in double private rooms, to go rafting where you will be transported to the base of operations on the Vilcanota River, Place where you will have a technical talk and equipment to ride the rapids of grade II and III. Once this activity is over, the group will meet again at the hotel for dinner and rest. Translated with

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Pispitayoc – Santa Teresa – Cocalmayo (Trekking, Aguas Calientes)

The day begins with a delicious breakfast and a spectacular sunrise. Then we will walk along the shores and coca plantations, observing the beauties of the high forest until we reach Qellomayo where we will enjoy a delicious lunch.

After enjoying the food and having some time to rest, we will continue the trekking, appreciating the diversity of the landscape formed by waterfalls, streams and typical vegetable plantations of the area. Also, it will be possible to observe different birds, which are characteristic of this area, which, in turn, is part of the Amazon rainforest. In the afternoon, we will arrive at the Cocalmayo hot springs, where we will be able to enjoy some hours in this famous thermo-medicinal waters. After this relaxing therapy we will be transported to our lodge located in the town of Santa Teresa where we will spend our second night. You can enjoy a pisco sour in one of the small but cozy pubs of the town. You will establish bonds of lasting friendship with our group.

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Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes (Trekking, Zip Line)

A day of adrenaline. After a delicious and tasty breakfast we will be transported. To the base of the Tyrolean activity. After a brief safety briefing we will carry out the activity.

At the end of the activity we will be transported to Hidroelectrica where a delicious lunch will be waiting for us.

After lunch the trip will continue along the great Inca jungle, passing by waterfalls, coca fields and coffee to reach the town of Aguas Calientes better known as "Machu Picchu Pueblo", where you will be taken to a lodge. That night we will meet in a tourist restaurant where we will taste an exquisite dinner and together with the guide we will plan the visit of the following day to Machu Picchu.

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Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo – Cusco

To see the sunrise of Machu Picchu we will have to get up early. Around 4:00 am, we will have breakfast and start ascending to Machu Picchu.

Afterwards, we will enjoy a two-hour guided tour of the archaeological site, where we will learn about the secrets and history of this fascinating place. After the guided tour of Machu Picchu (subject to availability) you can access one of the additional mountains: "Machu Picchu Mountain" or "Huayna Picchu". Then we will have enough time to enjoy it on our own. Afterwards we will return to Aguas Calientes.

In Aguas Calientes we can also have lunch before taking the train back to Ollantaytambo. The train ride to Ollantaytambo takes about an hour and a half. Once we arrive at the train station in Ollantaytambo, a minibus will be waiting to take us safely to the center of Cusco.

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  • Pre-departure briefing
  • Two nights accommodation in basic guest house (Santa Maria and Santa Teresa)
  • One night accommodation in a hotel in Aguas Calientes.
  • Bilingual professional guide
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu
  • Tourist Train Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo
  • Tourist bus Ollantaytambo - Cusco.
  • Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
  • Mountain biking equipment (bicycles, helmet and gloves).
  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen bottle.
  • Small group tour
  • Rafting and Canopy (Zipline)
  • Tikets Hot Springs
  • Huyana Picchu or Montaña Mochupicchu

Not included

  • Day 1 breakfast and day 4 lunch.
  • Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu( USD 12,00 ) ( Available as extra)

Languages in which the tour is offered

  • English
  • Spanish
  • The driver knows the area and speaks very basic English.

What to Bring?

When preparing your luggage, remember that the rainy season in the Machu Picchu is from December to March. The winter, between May and August, is especially cold, that's why we recommend you bring:

  • Sunglasses
  • Sun block
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Bottled Waters
  • Extra Money
  • Waterproof jacket or rain poncho.
  • Hat and gloves
  • Personal Medication
  • Flashlight or Beacon
  • Passport

Extra Information

Due to the rainy season (January to March) the end time of the tour can be considerably delayed, so we recommend not taking any transport or flight to another place for the same day. The itinerary may vary in adverse weather conditions or for reasons of force majeure to ensure the safety of travelers.

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400,00 US$ Per Person Available English and Spanish

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What is Inca Jungle?

It is the best alternative for those who did not manage to reserve a place for the Traditional Inca Trail, it is a Total Adventure tour. It combines mountain biking, canoeing, canopy and trekking for 4 days until reaching MachuPicchu and Huaynapicchu with a different perspective, crossing snow-capped mountains, valleys, ravines and nurtured jungles.
The tour implies physical dexterity and good handling of the bicycle, recommended for people in good physical condition.
But you don't have to worry because during the first day (the most difficult stage) we will be accompanied by our bus, to help those who exhaust quickly or if they have a fall.

For what kind of people is this type of trekking recommended?

For people who enjoy adventure sports such as biking, rafting, canopy or zip line, trekking. Getting to Machu Picchu after this tour is the best experience you can enjoy.

What is the average age of the participants?

We have participants from 18 to 50 years old. The average age of participants is 25.
The majority of participants make this tour in groups of 4 or more friends, in some cases are formed groups of friends of 12 or 14 participants taking the whole group for them.
In most cases travellers from different parts of the world are combined.

What is the best time to do the Inca Jungle tour?

The dry season, which is important in the excursion, is from mid-April to October.
The tourist season when the place is full of tourists is from June to August. We prefer the seasons of April, May, September and October when visits are few and still dry.
The rainy season is from December to May. Sometimes precipitations are strong for two or three hours each afternoon, as well as the possibility of light rains that continue for long periods.
In this period the conditions of the walk become difficult and the water currents become impassable.
Make sure your equipment and tent are waterproof.

Is Inca Jungle open all year round?

At 5:30 in the morning you will be picked up at your hotel in Cuzco to start the adventure in our transport to Ollantaytambo. In this place we will make a small stop to buy the last things necessary.

What should I bring during the tour?

Remember the dramatic temperature range. Regardless of what the weather forecast says, you will wear hot and cold clothing. At low altitudes it can be a bit hot; at peaks it's really cold.
The best thing is to work in the use of thin garments; if that very hot you can only take out a light garment, if it is very cold then add a light garment to the already existing one. A waterproof jacket or windbreaker is essential.
Take strong, comfortable walking boots. Heavy boots are probably not required or advisable; all you need is something you can walk with all day, that has good traction that can protect your heel.
Light and strong boots are probably ideal.
It is advisable to test your boots before making the excursion, the blisters could considerably reduce your walk.