4-Day Inca Jungle Premium To Machu Picchu From Cusco

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    05:30 AM Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    We can pick up from any hotel near to the main square.
  • Return Details :
    The trip ends at Plaza the Armas, the main square in Cusco
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

The Inca Jungle Premium Trek is an amazing 4 days tourwith full of adventures!You will have the opportunity toventure rafting in Urubamba river, trek in Inca trails to Machu picchu, to do biking from thebreach of Abra Malaga down to Santa Maria,use 4 zipline and cable bridges, relax in the popular hot springs of Cocalmayo, optionally you can visit Llaqtapata ruins and sleep in nice accomodation or lodge choosed just for you(optional activity +90 usd per person). Your trek to Machu Picchu will be unforgettable ending up with Huayna picchu's scenery with its Stairs of Death for those lucky who reserved in time!!!

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Itinerary

Day 1: Day 1: Cusco - HUYRO (BIKING AND RAFTING) (BIKING & RAFTING) (COFFEE TOUR)

Stop At: Conde Travel, Cusco, Cusco Region
All passengers will be picked up from their lodging and brought to our central meeting point where we will eat breakfast together as a group. We will then begin our trip toward Abra Malaga Mountain at 4350m. When we reach our main pass, we will begin our 3-hour descent on top scale mountain bikes with safety equipment through a paved road, passing rural villages, rivers, and streams before reaching Huamanmarca. Here you can purchase water and snacks if needed before we leave for the town of Huyro. In Huyro, we will enjoy our exquisite lunch and drop-off our things at the eco-lodge where we will be staying the night. Once our lunch is over our private bus will take the group to Santa Mara, where we will start our rafting trip. There we will meet our guides who will brief us on safety and the different positions we will need during the trip. Once the rafting is finished the group will return to the town of Huyro to our eco-lodge for dinner and rest for the day
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Accommodation included: cochapata lodge

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 starting point of the Inca Trail where we start walking for approximately 4 hours through the high forest 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 will witness the mysterious beauty of the high forest, a paradise of biodiversity in the Inca jungle. During our trip we will see the archaeological center of Inca Carcel where the Incas punished people who did not comply with the rules of the Inca society. We will listen to deeper history of this famous site from our guide, and recharge before we begin our trek once again. We will continue our walk through the Inca road to toward our exquisite and nutritious lunch made by a local community with fruits and tubers native to the area. Once our lunch is over, we will continue our walk towards the hot springs of Cocalmayo where we will relax our muscles and enjoy snacks and drinks. After we have enjoyed ourselves, our private transport will take us to our lodging in the town of Santa Teresa.
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Accommodation included: cajamarca hostel

Day 3: Day 3: Santa Teresa Aguas Calientes (Zip line and Hiking)

Stop At: Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes), Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cusco Region
The next morning, after a good breakfast, we will head toward the nearby zip lining location. Here, we will experience different zip lining routes, cross a suspension bridge, and do some light rock climbing. After this activity, the bus will bring us to Hidrolectrica where we will enjoy our lunch. We can relax here for a while, then continue onto the route toward Aguas Calientes. We will walk for about 3 hours and along the way you will encounter beautiful waterfalls, different wildlife, next to the beautiful Urubamba river. Upon arrival in Aguas Calientes, we will get together in a local restaurant to enjoy a great dinner and have a briefing about our next excursion to Machu Picchu. After dinner, you are free to explore the city of Aguas Calientes.
Duration: 20 minutes

Meals included:
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Accommodation included: condor palace

Day 4: Day 4: Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu Cusco

Pass By: Plaza San Francisco, Cusco, Cusco Region
We will rise early at 4:00am to begin our climb toward Machu Picchu. The trek will include a challenging 1 hour and half ascent toward the ancient citadel. After arriving at the entrance around 6:00am to meet our guide, our group will enjoy a privately guided tour for 2 hours in the Inca citadel. After the tour, you will be free to enjoy Machu Picchu on your own. According to the departure time of your bus, given to you by the tour guide before the tour, the group will descend toward Aguas Calientes to catch the train back to Ollantaytambo where everybody will be picked up and transferred to Cusco. The group has to be at the train station at least 30min before departure. The trip will finish in the square of San Francisco, Cusco.

Meals included:
Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

Inclusions

4x Breakfast

3x Dinner

3x Lunch

Accommodation included: 3 nights

Briefing the evening before the trip directly at your hotel

Activities: Biking, Rafting, Cocalmayo Hot Springs, Conde Ecolodge, Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu (check for availabilities) or the Old Mountain.

Transportation all the way from Cusco to Cusco

A private bilingual professional guide specialized in the Inca jungle

All equipment required for the activities

1 night in Conde Ecolodge in the middle of the jungle.

1 night at an hotel in Aguas Calientes (for reservation of 2 or more : Inka Tower)

A complete first aid box

Coffee and/or Tea

Entry/Admission - Banos Termales de Cocalmayo

Exclusions

The bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu ($15/way)

Lunch and dinner on the last day

Snacks and water (can be purchased along the way)

A light backpack with personal stuff

Gratuities for the guide

1 night at Llaqtapata lodge in Machu Picchu Valley (+ 90 usd per person)

Entry/Admission - Conde Travel

Entry/Admission - Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes)

Entry/Admission - Plaza San Francisco

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Not wheelchair accessible

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

We suggest to bring: strong walking shoes or tennis shoes, sweater and thick jacket, hat or cap, proper clothing for the different activities, just one bottle of water, a good rain coat, long sleeve shirts, long and short pants, insect repellent, a sunblock with a UV factor of at least 40, toilet paper, lantern, sunglasses, plastic bags, medical or personal items, a lightweight backpack per person, camera and charger, some cash in change

Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants

Near public transportation

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 Reviews

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  • 22-Oct-2021

    We had the best time during our 4 day jungle trek. Jonathan was the perfect guide and shared all his knowledge about Peru and the local culture with us, which was so nice. We also loved the fact that we could get in contact with real locals. And ofcourse was the visit to Machu Picchu the perfect end for these amazing four days. Thank you Jonathan!

  • 06-Mar-2020

    Was a little hesitant on booking this tour, for there are lots to choose from. Glad I did, Price was right on point, actually kinda feels like I got more then what I paid for. The tour company reached out when I had a question or when they needed to via WhatsApp, so communication was there. There were 4 of us on the hike, our tour guide Johnathan, was great! Questions were asked, he was on point with them. To be honest, my favorite part was the biking, the equipment could be a little better I think, trouble with couple of the bikes, but still very smooth, and great way to start a tour. Never felt unsafe or uncomfortable. Very impressed with the transportation to and from Machu Picchu. So happy I booked this tour, definitely going to recommend to my friends back home!! Ya'll ask for Johnathan, he'll take care of you!! =)

  • 02-Dec-2019

    Perfecto: lo mejor fue el guía, Walter.. La empresa se portó muy bien.. No tuvimos que gastar en nada.. Todo perfecto, bien coordinado y muy responsables.

  • 28-Aug-2019

    We had a great experience with a variety of hiking, rafting, biking and ziplining thanks to our guide Stif! He told us all about nature, peruvian manners and the Inca culture. We would recommend it to everybody who likes a bit of adventure, its a really nice way to discover Peru. Hakuna Matata!

  • 28-Aug-2019

    We did the 3 day/2 nights trek. Our guide Walter was incredible, he was very knowledgable and was very funny. On the first day we got a bus to the top of the Andes and they cycled down; this was somewhat sketchy since the bikes were a bit faulty but very fun nonetheless. We also went to some hot springs in the evening which were fantastic. The second day was two 3 hour hikes with lunch in between (which was excellent). The final day was quite hard and we spent all day walking up to macchu pichu, around it, and then a 2 hour hike back to the bus followed by a 6 hour bus ride which was quite grim. On the whole it was a brilliant experience and I wholly recommend it.

  • 20-Aug-2019

    I had a fantastic trip in August 2019 on the 4 day Inca Jungle trail. I was in a group of just 5 people, led by our truly excellent guide Eduardo. Everything was well-organised: transport, delicious meals, accommodation and even small details like having our main bags taken from place to place so we didn't have to carry anything heavy during hikes or other activities. During the hikes, Eduardo shared so much interesting knowledge about wildlife, plants, Incan history and Peruvian culture, and we had the chance to try traditional food and drink. I can't recommend this trio enough! Brilliant fun activities, incredible views at Machu Picchu and along the Inca trail and I'll never forget the experience.

  • 16-May-2019

    IT WAS AMAZING!! We had an amazing inca jungle trail, with our fantastic group 'incatastic' and our guide Steve! After a complete and fun briefing from Nixon we were ready for a 4-days trail. All the people of conde travel are happy to help you with everything. Even for repairing your shoe soles, which were lose after the first hike. The trail was awesome with all the different activities. Steve the guide was there to help you with everything and to tell you all about the things you see and explore. They really spend time with you, even to have fun together in the bar after a long day of hiking.

  • 10-May-2019

    We did the four day Inka Jungle Tour with Jonathon. The tour starts off riding bikes down paved road for several hours. This was very fun as most the ride I down hill. You see some stunning views. You then go to your first lodging to drop your stuff off and go rafting. Very fun day but exhausting. The second day is hiking part of the inka trail. Jonathon was great about showing us different plants and fruits along the way. You get to see the process of coffee and experience more great views. You end the day at hot springs which was needed after a long day hiking. Third day was zip lining. You do several zip lines and get to do some other climbing. The. You hike for a couple hours along rail road tracks to aguas caliente which is where you stay for the night before Machu Picchu. Fourth day we woke up early and hiked to Machu Picchu. Some of the group took the bus from town but I recommend hiking. Machu Picchu was amazing. Overall this was a very cool trip. Jonathon was great answering all of our many questions. The food each day was pretty good, especially the last dinner. You get to know the group over the four days and develop friendships. I would recommend this tour

  • 13-Mar-2019

    We had a great time with Conde Travel. Walter and Lenny met us at our hotel the night before our tour was supposed to start. They were very accommodating, having to reschedule the time because of our delayed flight (side note: try to get into Cusco more like two days early because we were delayed several hours, and almost didn't make it in before the tour and we were supposed to leave Lima at 2pm. Other tourists we spoke to in Cusco had similar problems whether it was with flights or the buses). Walter and Lenny went over our tour and what we needed to bring, or leave in their storage facility. Alfred and Lenny were our guides for the first day for downhill biking which was way cooler than I expected. Alfred split with another group so we only had him for the first day, but he seemed really cool. Lenny continued with us for the next two days. Lenny was extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and we enjoyed our time with him. At dinner, Lenny was great at giving us a rundown of the upcoming day. We weren't able to go rafting the afternoon of the first day because we visited in the rainy season and the river was too rough. The evening of the first day we went to the hot springs in Santa Teresa, and they were really nice. I liked that there were decent facilities, including a snack and drink area. The view from the springs is really pretty too, green mountains and at least one waterfall in the distance. The morning of the second day we started off with zip lining. I would highly recommend zip lining, it's probably the best course I've done with really long zip lines over a river valley. After zip lining, we rode to Hydroelectric, and then began walking or trekking to Aguas Calientes. This walk was uphill about 10 minutes and then flat the rest of the way. It was a really nice walk along railroad tracks and the Sacred River. The lunch stop on the way was a great place and the food was good. There were little fruit outposts along the walk, and I even got really good ice cream on the side of the path. We were able to see the tip of Machu Picchu sitting on top of the mountain we were trekking around. Aguas Calientes (or Machu Picchu Village) is a really unique town and I'd recommend taking advantage of the option to stay one more night in Aguas Calientes (opposed to the 4 day trek with the additional hiking day). The restaurant in Aguas Calientes was really good. Machu Piccchu was the very early beginning of day 3. Lenny woke up really early and held our place in line for the bus, we met him around 5:15am I think. Walter had recommended for us to take the bus instead of hike up to Machu Picchu (thank god he did or we would've been completely exhausted before even getting to Machu Picchu. It would've been at least two hours for us to get up to Machu Picchu from Aguas Calientes, once at the base, it's almost entirely stairs straight up). We also bought entrance into La Montana at Machu Picchu, and that was a rough hike too, so we really were glad we got the bus. Lenny accompanied us into Machu Picchu and we had a basic tour up top after we were inside. Lenny did a great job. We kind of gave him a run for his money after losing my husband inside Machu Picchu (totally not Lenny's fault), but he was great and literally had to chase him down once we saw him a few terraces above us. Lenny was fantastic. We would recommend Conde Travel. Walter even met us after getting back to Cusco wanting to follow up with us, and make sure everything went well. He really wanted to know any suggestions because he stated the company was working towards making the experiences even better for customers. Conde Travel also offered to take us to a different part of the river for rafting the day after we got back since we weren't able to do the rafting in Santa Maria, but we were really exhausted and were short on time so we ultimately didn't do it. Walter was very nice and asked if there was anything else they could do for us, even if it was a city tour. It didn't feel like they were trying to sell us on anything, it was more like they wanted to make sure we weren't wanting of anything. I would highly recommend this company. I would also recommend spending more time in Cusco! It's not just about Machu Picchu. The tour to the glacier lake looked really cool, and we loved all the little cities along the way! Ps. Bring a lot of bug spray & sand flea repellent (I think they call them something else there, the mosquito type bugs that live in the dirt). Also, the weather looked chilly when we were supposed to be there, ranging between 46 degrees and 60 degrees, but it really didn't feel cold, even when it rained it seemed more of like a tropical location. We ended up packing way too many cold weather clothes. Lenny said the weather stays the same almost all year except they just have a rainy season and dry season. We definitely could've gotten away with one rain jacket, one long sleeve shirt, and a couple t-shirts.

  • 18-Jan-2019

    We booked this tour with Conde Travel, because the tour guide José was very nice. The Inka Jungle Tour is very varied and offers a lot of fun. The bike tour is very funny and the guides on the river rafting are very professional and funny. On the second day we were hiking. The track is beautiful and we learned a lot and had great conversations with our guides. The ziplining on the third day is pure adrenalin and was run by a very good agency. The ascent to the Machu Picchu on the fourth day we started very early (4AM). It is worth to be up early because even at 8 o'clock many tourists, who chose the easy way and take the bus, are already on the mountain. Then you can hardly move anymore. On our tour we had together with José Susan as tour guide, which is still learning. Thanks to her, we had a lot of fun and on the last day the bus could not go to Cusco due to high tide as planned, she organized an accommodation for everyone on the bus in an uncomplicated and fast way. We were very happy, because at this time José was no longer with us and Susan was a great help. I would book again with Conde immediately as they have great people as guides and also give young people a chance. A special thank you to the great, funny conversations with Susan. Thanks to her, I was able to improve my Spanish and I was able to help her with English.

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