inca jungle trek 3 days - Machu Picchu Inca jungle trek 3 days to Machu Picchu. is a tour where each day will be a new discovery of the Inca, unique and personalized attention throughout our trip Rated 5 Stars - 5 3 Reviews - Review Me $ 00.00
  Group From 4 - 15 Peoples
  3 Days tour
  The Tour Starts in Cusc, Perù
  The Tour Starts at 05:45:00
  Places we will visit during the tour : Santa Maria, Santa Teresa, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu

Description Inca Jungle Trek 3 Days

Inca jungle trek 3 days to Machu Picchu. is a tour where each day will be a new discovery of the Incas, unique and personalized attention throughout our trip. We'll go biking, rafting, zip lining, and hiking before we visit the magical Inca city of Machu Picchu.

Itinerary

DAY
1

CUSCO - SANTA MARIA- SANTA TERESA. (Bicycle - Rafting)

The Inca Jungle Trek Begins in Cusco Around 5:30 am our agency Machupicchu Hop will come to pick you up together with our guide to your respective hostels and/or meeting point. Then continue to Ollantaytambo, where we will have our breakfast for 30 min approximately.

At the end of our breakfast we will continue towards Abra Málaga at 4,200 m.a.s.l. From here we will begin our cycling adventure for approximately 4 hours passing through rivers and streams until we reach Huamanmarca.

Then we will transfer by bus to Santa Maria where we will enjoy our lunch shortly before beginning our part of the trip in canoeing (For those who chose as an additional option at the time of booking the tour to perform this activity of Canoeing) The Canoeing lasts approximately 2 hours.

At the end of the activity, the group will take the bus to Santa Teresa (1 hour by car) and will check into the hostel where they will spend the night. Dinner will be served at a local restaurant in Santa Teresa.

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DIA
2

SANTA TERESA - HOT WATERS - MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO (Tiroleza)


After a sunrise in the jungle, we will enjoy a delicious breakfast, We will leave Santa Teresa (those who booked tirolesa will be taken to the starting point of this activity) after that they will be taken by bus to Hidro eléctrica.

Those who do not participate in the activity will continue walking for approximately 3 hours until they reach Electric Hydro, where we will meet the rest of the group. Then all the groups will enjoy lunch.

At the end of lunch we will continue with a walk through the trails of the Inca Jungle for 3 hours until we reach the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes), where our guide will place us in our respective accommodation. The group will be taken to a local restaurant for dinner while receiving information about the next day of the excursion to Machu Picchu.

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DAY
3

VISIT TO INCA MACHU PICCHU CITY - CUSCO RETURN


In the morning we get up around 4:00 am where we will receive a small Box Lunch, to go to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu , in this walk we will take approximately 1 hour and a half. (if you feel tired you can skip the walk and make it by bus, tickets can be purchased in Aguas Calientes town, or buy in advance with us).

We will enter the inca citadel of Machu Picchu and will have a guide of the main places during 2 hours approximately. At the end of the guide you will have free time to visit Machu Picchu individually or to climb the mountains (Machu Picchu Mountain or Wayna Picchu) if the reservation is Mada.

After the visit you will return to Aguas Calientes. In the town of Aguas Calientes you will have enough time to enjoy a delicious meal or drink.

A very important note to keep in mind is that you must be at the station half an hour before the departure of your train. Once on the train, you will be arriving at Ollantaytambo station, where at Ollantaytambo station, our staff will be waiting for you to return to Cusco leaving you near your hotel.

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It is possible to spend one more night in the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Caliente), paying (USD 20,00).


Included

  • Pick up at hotel / hostal.
  • Bus transportation.
  • Bicycles with safety equipment.
  • Bilingual professional guide.
  • All meals
  • Free entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo.
  • First aid

Not included

  • Lunch and dinner of the last day.
  • Aperitifs and garnishes.
  • Water in bottles.
  • Guide tips
  • Santa Teresa Thermal Waters ( USD 10.00) ( Available As extra).
  • Zip Line Activitie ( USD 30,00 )( Available As extra).
  • Rafting Activitie ( USD 30,00 )( Available As extra).
  • Bus to Machu picchu ( USD 12,00 )( Available As extra).

Languages in which the tour is offered

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

What to Bring ?

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

  • Clothes to avoid the cold (for the first day of the trip)
  • Sportswear (02 pair each).
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Hat or cap.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Solar blocker
  • Personal medical kit / supplies
  • Rain jacket or poncho/according to the season.
  • Money extra.
  • Standard travel backpack.
  • Original passport or identity card.
  • Water bottle - minimum 2 liters or plastic bottle.
  • Rain gear - jacket + trousers or rain poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Cusco)
  • Flashlight / headlight
  • Extra money for sandwiches, water and energy drinks to buy and

Extra Information

Confirmation will be received at the time of booking.

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The first part of the first day is a bike tour, it can be dangerous for those who have no experience on the bike. You may not do the activity and continue on the bus.


3 Days
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290,00 US$ Per Person Available English and Spanish

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What is the Inka Jungle?

It is the best alternative for those who did not manage to reserve space for the Traditional Inca Trail, it is a Total Adventure tour. It combines mountain biking, canoeing, canopy and trekking for 4 days until reaching Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu with a different perspective, crossing snow-capped mountains, valleys, gorges and dense jungles.
The tour implies physical dexterity and good handling of the bicycle, recommended for people in good physical condition.
But there is no need to worry because during the first day (the most difficult stage) we will be accompanied by our transport (bus), to help those who run out quickly or if they fall.

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

For people who enjoy adventure sports such as biking, rafting, canopy or zip line, trekking. Arriving at Machu Picchu after making 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 the participants is 25 years.
The majority of participants make this tour in groups of 4 or more friends, in some cases groups of friends of 12 or 14 participants are formed, taking the whole group to themselves.
In most cases travelers from different parts of the world are combined.

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

The dry season, which is important in the excursion, is from mid-April to October.
The tourist station 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 dry.
The rainy season is from December to May. Sometimes the 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 trek become difficult and the water currents become impassable.
Make sure your equipment and tent are waterproof.

Is the Inka Jungle open all year round?

It is open 7 days a week, every day of the month, including holidays; but in February the Inca Jungle can have some dates in which it will be necessary to shorten the tour to 2 days to ensure the arrival to Machu Picchu.

What should I wear during the tour?

Remember the dramatic temperature range. Regardless of what the weather forecast says, you will wear clothes for hot and cold temperatures. At low altitudes it can be a bit hot; in the peaks or summits it is really cold.
La mejor cosa es trabajar en el uso de prendas delgadas; si esa muy caliente solo puedes sacarte una prenda ligera, si está muy frio entonces aumentar una prenda ligera a la ya existente. Una chaqueta impermeable o un cortaviento son esenciales.
Take strong and comfortable walking boots. Heavy boots are probably not required or advisable; all you need is something that you can walk with all day, that has good traction that can protect your heel.
The light and strong boots are probably the ideal ones.
It is advisable to make a test of your boots before making the excursion, the blisters could reduce your walk considerably.