- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Duration: 4 Days
Departure Time :
05:00 AM Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
Departure Details :
Traveler pickup is offered
We can pick up for any hotel near to the main square
Return Details :
Drop-off location in San Francisco Plaza (next Plaza de Armas)
Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
This is one of the best adventure trek in Cusco! It captures the majestic energy of Machu Picchu through ancient paths designed by the Incas that will make you feel full of adrenaline. This tour lasts 4 days andgrants you access to a panoply of adventure sports like biking, rafting, zipline andmuch more!!!
- Enjoy fantastic aerial views
- Get inside tips from a local
- Snacks and Beverages included
- Small-group tour
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Day 1: Cusco - HUYRO (BIKING AND RAFTING) (BIKING & RAFTING) (COFFEE TOUR)
Stop At: Conde Travel, Cusco, Cusco Region
After breakfast, we will travelling through picturesque villages and beautiful landscapes until reaching the Abra Malaga Mountain(4350 m.a.s.l.). We will depart, descending on top scale mountain bikes for 3 hours going though rural villages, rivers, orchards and streams reaching the Huamanmarca where if we want we can buy water and snacks to finally reach the town of huyro where we will enjoy our exquisite lunch once our lunch is over our private bus will take the group to Santa Mara,place where we will start the rafting part once the rafting is finished the group returns to the town of huyro.
Duration: 3 hours
Accommodation included: cochapata
Day 2: Day 2: HUYRO - PASTO GRANDE - INCA JAIL - COCALMAYO - SANTA TERESA (TREKKING)
Stop At: Banos Termales de Cocalmayo, Santa Teresa, Sacred valley, Cusco Region
After breakfast, our private transportation will take us to the PASTO GRANDE where we start walking for 4 hours along a high forest observing small coffee and cocoa plantations and fruit trees among the abundance of flora and fauna. In this area it is possible to see many types of plants, orchids, birds and other wild animals. We are witnesses of the mysterious beauty of the high forest, a paradise of biodiversity in the Inca jungle. Almost reaching the top is the archaeological center of Inca Carcel where the Incas punished people who did not comply with the rules of the Inca society, our guide will provide detailed information about this place in this place we can also rest and recharge energies Once we recharged the energies we continue our walk through the Inca road to the community of pumachaca where our exquisite and nutritious lunch made with fruits and tubers awaits us. Once our lunch is over, we continue our walk towards the hot springs of Cocalmayo where we will relax our muscles and where if we want we can enjoy refreshing beers, finally our private transport will take us to our lodging in the town of Santa Teresa.
Duration: 30 minutes
Accommodation included: Cajamarca Hostel
Day 3: Day 3: Santa Teresa Aguas Calientes
Stop At: Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes), Aguas Calientes, Machu picchu, Sacred valley, Cusco Region
We will continue exploring the roads less traveled. We will start at the town of Santa Teresa. The passengers that reserved in advance will do the zipline (later they will be taken by bus to the hydroelectric), the rest of the group will continue hiking for aprox. 3 hr. until reaching the hydroelectric too, where the whole group will rejoin. Here we will have a great lunch. After a break, the journey will continue along the path for 3 hr., going through waterfalls, coca and coffee farms until arriving at the town of Aguas Calientes. The group will be taken to the hostel around 4 pm. At night we will all get together in a restaurant to have a great dinner and have a briefing about the trek to Machu picchu.
Duration: 20 minutes
No accommodation included on this day.
Day 4: Day 4: Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu Cusco
Pass By: Centro Historico De Cusco, Cusco, Cusco Region
The group will get up early to go to Machu Picchu, following an ascending route through the high forest, we could have the chance to see the sunrise. The guide will show us the sanctuary for 2 hrs. aprox. Later the group will be free to enjoy Machu Picchu by its own. We return by walking (2 hours)Aguas Calientes to Hydroelectric where our bus (3 pm) waits to return to the city of Cusco, arriving around 9:00pm. Note: There is possibility to spend one more night in Machu Picchu town paying $30 extra, and return next day(if you want to climbing Huayna picchu or Mountain Machu Picchu).
No accommodation included on this day.
Accommodation included: 4 nights
Briefing the evening before the trip in our office, explaining all tour details
Transportation from Cusco to Ollantaytambo Abra Mlaga
Mountain bikes, helmets and gloves
A private bilingual professional guide specialized in the tour
Bus from Ollantaytambo to Cusco
1 night in Conde Ecolodge - Pispitayoc (shared room)
1 night hostel in Santa Teresa ( wifi - hot water)
1 night of hostel lodging in Aguas Calientes (with private bathrooms and hot water)
A complete first aid box
Entry/Admission - Banos Termales de Cocalmayo
Entry/Admission - Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu
The lunch and dinner in the last day
All personal care tems
Tips for the guide
Bus Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu
Huayna Picchu or the Old Mountain
Llactapata - minimum 2 persons ($55) (You skip Santa Teresa lodging for a 2h30 additional walk through Llaqtapata ruins in a nice lodge situated in Machu Picchu's valley - visible on the other side. Accomodation with utilities included with transportation to and from activities)
(Cocalmayo Hot Spring) is possible to pay on the site
Entry/Admission - Conde Travel
Entry/Admission - Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants to complete booking.
Not wheelchair accessible
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Face masks provided for travelers
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
The guides and food were incredible. Without them this trip would have been impossible. The camping itself is basically glamming as far as backpacking is concerned, but the hiking is quite difficult.
Het was een zeer afwisselende trail, waarbij we hebben gewandeld, fietst, raften en zip-linen. De gids, Jhony, wist heel veel van de omgeving en de geschiedenis van de Inca's. De trail is zeker aan te raden!
We did the Cusco day tour, tour of sacred valley, 4 day classic Inka trail to Machu Picchu, day tour of rainbow mountain, and day tour of Humantay Lake. Jose took great care of us. The sites were incredible. Great experience!
A great way to really experience Peruvian culture through seeing all of the small towns included in the tour! Food and activities were amazing, and ending on Machu Picchu was incredible. Our tour guide Stif was also incredible and connected well with the whole group.
My and my girlfriend enjoyed every minute of this adventure (we were in a lovely group of 8 people, with Walter and Armando as guides). The inca jungle trail starts with mountainbikes (starting at 4200 m and descending to 1100 m) with breathtaking views, followed by a rafting experience on the Urubamba river which is incredibly fun as well. The first night you spend in an authentic ecolodge, with local food. Walter (with the help of Armando!) teaches you about the local culture, vegetation, fruits, animals and he is very passionate about all of this. The second day is a trekking day (partly on an original part of the inca trail) through the valley with an amazing view, ending in the hot springs of Colcamayo. You start the third day by zip-lining like a monkey and a condor (very fun!), after which you hike towards Aguas Calientes (the last stop before Machu Picchu). On the last day Walter gave us a great tour around Machu Picchu to finish this perfect experience. Walter was probably the best guide i have ever met on any trip and Armando was also extremely helpful (and funny!) throughout the whole trek. One of the best experiences of my life by far.
I would 100% recommend this to anyone wanting to do machu Picchu! Our tour guide Walter was an absolute legend and made an amazing experience even better! You meet amazing people on the way too
A really well organised trek thanks to our guides Teddy and Max from alpaca expeditions. They were very helpful and made it an experience we'll never forget. Also a huge thanks to all the hard working porters especially Huan and chef Mikhael who cooked us lovely food.
This review is very late. My friends and I started this trek on January 1st, 2021 and it was one of the best experiences of my life. TREK: To begin, the biking was pretty easy, but your should at least prepare your butt to be sitting on a bike seat for a few hours. If you go in cold turkey you could be sore for the days to follow. Rafting was very intimidating at first, but after you get on the water it feels pretty safe and the guides there are clearly very comfortable on the water. Their confidence was very assuring for us. The hike... Well, let me say, when we were looking at which tour to do, we chose the Jungle Trek specifically because the reviews say you don't really need to be in shape. This hike, was not for the faint of heart and you should absolutely train for this. You will spend at least half the day going up a considerably steep incline. Added to that, it is important to understand that in some places, you are walking on ledges without any barriers between you and the trees and/or river below. The Andes mountains are intimidating in size and unpredictability, but our guide definitely helped us to feel safe. Zip-lining was amazing. We got to hang in different positions across the lines and see part of the Andes in a whole new way. FOOD: I'm a vegetarian, so every entree I had was usually different than everyone else's. And every single meal was amazing. Most of my meals were just a variation of vegetable mix dishes, but they were all different, expertly seasoned and fresh. FRESH. Mind you, they grow all the food you eat without hormones or pesticides and it's often grown on the same property of the restaurants you're eating at. Lunch and dinner are always 3 courses; salad, soup, and entree. I want to go back and eat at every place we stopped again... and again... and get the recipes. GUIDE: Our guide was Eduardo. I cannot say enough good things about this man. He was so knowledgable and really cared to get to know us. He gave us good tips for places to visit in Cusco, helped us by interpreting for us at times, and always helped to make us feel safe. We never doubted whether we were in good hands with him. He always took safety precautions seriously for COVID prompting us to wear masks when we entered new communities. He also gave us such great insight into Peruvian and Inca cultures. The next time I visit Peru, I'll definitely be reaching out to Eduardo to arrange a visit. My friends and I were all very grateful to have had him as our guide.
I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone looking to see the untamed side of Peru! During the tour you get to see stunning mountain scapes (on foot and by bike), quaint communities and of course the fabled Machu Picchu. Our tour guide, Jonathan, helped to make the experience exceptional. He went above and beyond with any questions or concerns we had and was very organized during the trek. A word of caution though: the hostel we stayed at for the final night before Machu Picchu was beside a couple local bars. We happened to be staying in this hostel on a Friday night, and the locals were doing what they do. To make sunrise by foot at Machu Picchu, we woke up at 3:30 am to make the line to the first check point. You may want to coordinate with the tour company to get a private room if you are in Aguascalientes on a Friday/ Saturday night.
In juli 2019 deze trek gedaan met Walther als gids. Onze groep bestond totaal uit 7 personen met zeer verschillende leeftijden (17-51 jaar) en 4 verschillende nationaliteiten.Het weer was perfect, de activiteiten waren uitdagend en de uitzichten....adembenemend ! Maaltijden waren goed verzorgd en de slaapaccommodaties netjes en schoon. Dikke pluim voor Walther die perfect aanvoelde waar de aandacht naar uit ging. Deze trek is dubbel en dwars z'n geld waard.