INKA JUNGLE TREK – 4D/3N
Many visitors come to Peru looking for tours which combine different activities, so this amazing trek is a great combination between hiking and adventure sports like: BIKING, RAFTING AND ZIP LINE. This beautiful trek starts in Cusco city, we will you take you trough the sacred valley, passing by beautiful small villages, stunning landscapes and you will have the chance to see how the different Altitudinal floors will change, from Andean plateaus to low jungle .
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeAdventure
Activity Level Moderate
Group Size Small Group
Many visitors come to Peru looking for tours which combine different activities, so this amazing trek is a great combination between hiking and adventure sports like: BIKING, RAFTING AND ZIP LINE. This beautiful trek starts in Cusco city, we will you take you trough the sacred valley, passing by beautiful small villages, stunning landscapes and you will have the chance to see how the different Altitudinal floors will change, from Andean plateaus to low jungle.
- Lenght: 4 Days 3 Nights.
- Difficulty: Moderate.
- Season: April to November.
- Group Size: 2 -8 persons.
- Price: $ 400 per person.
- -Professional bilingual tour guide
- -Private transportation
- -Breefing one day before the tour.
- -Mountain bikes with gloves and helmet.
- -Meals during the trek( 3 breakfast,3 lunches,3 dinners).
- -2 Nights in a hostel in SANTA MARIA AND SANTA TERESA.
- -1 Night in a hotel in AGUAS CALIENTES.
- -Entrace to MACHUPICCHU.
- -Professional tour guide.
- -Train ticket to OLLANTAYTAMBO and buss to CUSCO.
What you need to take
- -Original passport.
- -Rain jacket.
- -Rain trousers and light trousers.
- -Extra clothes to change.
- -Trekking shoes.
- -Bathing suit and towel.
- -Sun block.
- -Insect repellent.
- -Sun glasses.
- -Money in soles.
- -Breakfast on the first day and lunch the last day.
- -Buss tickets from AGUAS CALIENTES TO MACHUPICCHU.
- -Entrance ticket to the hot springs.(5 soles)
- -Colectivo from the hot springs to SANTA TERESA.(5 soles).
- -Water and snacks.
CUSCO- OLLANTAYTAMBO- ABRA MALAGA- SANTA MARIA
We will start picking you up from your hotels around 7 am with a private transport, and then we will drive through the sacred valley, then after 1 hour 30 minutes we will reach Ollantaytambo town. Where we will make a short break. After this stop we are going to keep driving up to Abra Malaga pass located at( 4,300 m/ 12,190 ft). We will arrive to this place around 11 am. In this place we are going to start our down hill biking on an asphalted road. Before starting the adventure we will give you all the equipment and instructions that you need to start. This descent is around 3 hours making stops to enjoy small and charming villages and the beautiful landscapes between highlands and the cloud forest. Arriving to SANTA MARIA around 2 pm for lunch. After lunch we go to our hotel to leave our belongings and get ready for RAFTING. Around 3.30 pm we will go to the Urubamba River and have fun doing rafting. This nice adventure takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes. After that we come back to Santa Maria town (1,000 m/ 3,300 ft) to have dinner and spend the night.
Biking distance: 35 km/56 miles
Biking time: 3 hours
Rafting time: 1 hour 30 minutes
SANTA MARIA –COCALMAYO- SANTA TERESA.(HIKING)
This second day is the longest one. Around 7 hours but a beautiful hiking day. We will wake up at 6.30 am and around 6.45 am we will have breakfast, then at 7.30 am we will take a local bus for short period only, around 20 minutes to Santa Rosa Village. In this place we are going start our hike, taking an original inka trail. On the way we will be able to appreciate local flora and fauna like: hummingbirds, parrots, eagles, coca plantations ,coffee plantations and plenty of different fruit plantations and some charming local villages. After 4 hours of hiking, we will arrive to Quellumayo Village where we will have lunch. After having lunch we will continue our hike to Santa Teresa town around 3 hours. On the way we will cross a suspension bridge and a cable car, before reaching our destinatio we can visit the hot springs of Cocalmayu, after this relaxing time, we take a local colectivo to Santa Teresa(1,600 m/5,280 ft) for dinner and spend the night.
Walking distance: 16 km/10 miles
Walking time: 7 hours
SANTA TERESA- HIDROELECTRICA- AGUAS CALIENTES
This is another beautiful and funny day, we will have breakfast at 7.30 am, then at 8.30 we will go to do zip line, this is an unique adventurous and funny experience full of adrenaline passing the valley from side to side. This adventure takes around 2 hours and then we will take a car to Hidroelectrica village for 45 minutes. In this place we will have lunch. after lunch and some rest we will start our trek following the rail road . On the way we will have the chance to observe some beautiful flowers and some birds. This hike will take us around 3 hours and then arrive to Aguas Calientes town(2,000 m/6,600 ft) and spend the night.
Walking distance:2 km/7,5 miles
Walking time: 3 hours
This last day is the most important one, because we will visit one of the new seven wonders the archaeological citadel of Machupicchu. We will start early in the morning having breakfast at 4.45 m and then Around 5.30 am we will take the bus to the citadel, this bus ride will take around 25 minutes . In this magic place you will have 2 hours of guided tour and after that you will have some free time to explore more this beautiful place by your own . Then you will go back to Aguas Calientes for lunch, hot springs or simply relax, then we will take the train to Ollantaytmbo town where our driver with a private transport will be waiting for you to take you back to Cusco city.
Peru Sensations is a local travel agency based in Cusco, Peru, founded by two local tour guides (Jaime and Elias), together with over 30 years of experiences. We offer personalized and high quality one-stop shop service focusing on treks and adventure tours from Inka trail to Amazon jungle. The company is established with clear visions – to support the sustainability of local communities and the preservation of the nature.