Discover Inca Jungle

Discover the majesty of the sacred jungle as you follow the ancient paths of the Incas.

Discover Inca Jungle

Discover the majesty of the sacred jungle as you follow the ancient paths of the Incas.

Hotel Accommodation
Group size 2 / 16
Duration 3 days / 2 nights
Dificulty Moderate / Challenging
Altitude 2430m - 7, 972 ft
Price $. 439.00 USD


The Inca Trail through the tropical jungle as a new tour proposed by us, contains cycling, rafting, canopy or cable descent, trekking, quite an adventure! Peru Travel provides an experimental trip that is an authentic way to connect adventure with nature. In order to get off the beaten path, move away from superficial tourist activities and embrace an immersive cultural environment. A once-in-a-lifetime physical, cultural and spiritual journey that will take you through the Inca Jungle Trek to the legendary Machu Picchu. Perfect for lovers of outdoor activities, because this experience includes Cycling, Rafting, Canopy and Hike to Machu Picchu.

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1 Day: Cusco – Huayllabamba

Today we'll start our Inca Jungle Trail! We'll pick everyone up from their hotels in the morning and leave Cusco, driving for about 2 ½ hours to Abra Malaga at 4350 meters altitude. 5 minutes down the road from Abra Malaga we'll organize our bikes and start our downhill Inca Jungle Trail biking adventure! We'll bike downhill for 3 to 4 hours, passing by fruit trees and parrots flying overhead. Our destination is Santa Maria, a small town, where we'll have lunch in a local restaurant before we go on our next adventure! We'll take a short ride to the Vilcanota River where we'll go rafting for about 1 ½ hours down one of the most popular routes in Cusco which is part of our Inca Jungle Trail trip! After our exciting afternoon of rafting, we'll return to Santa Maria where we'll have dinner in a local restaurant and overnight in a local family lodging.

Day 2: Santa Maria – Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes

Today we'll start with an early breakfast, before starting our next part of the Inca Jungle Trail, taking a vehicle to Santa Teresa. The ride will take a little more than an hour and we'll go to the "Cola de Mono" zip line camp. Here we'll have an exciting 2 hours to enjoy a zip line adventure, sliding from one part of the valley to the other with great views of the valley below and the natural landscapes surrounding you as you zip by! After our zip line adventure, we'll continue our Inca Jungle Trail by taking transportation to Hidroelectrica where we'll enjoy a lunch made from local foods. From Hidroelectrica, we'll walk to Aguas Calientes along the railroad tracks. This part of the Inca Jungle Trail is easy since the way to Aguas Calientes is relatively flat and will take about 3 hours. In Aguas Calientes we'll go to our hotel and drop off our things and if you have time you have the option of going to the local hot springs (entrance fees are about 10 Peruvian Soles). We'll have dinner and stay overnight in Aguas Calientes so we'll be refreshed for our visit to Mach Picchu tomorrow!

Day 3: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo - Cusco

On our final day on our Inca Jungle Trail we'll visit Machu Picchu! We will start our day early by waking up around 4:00am to have breakfast and start our trek up to Machu Picchu. The hike uphill will take about 1 ½ hours.

Once we can enter, you will need to show your passport and your ISIC (International Student Identification Card) if you booked your Inca Jungle Trail with a student discount. We'll have a 2 hour guided tour of some of the most important areas of Machu Picchu. After your tour, you'll have time to roam around this magical city on your own, free to take pictures and imagine how the Incas had used this site hundreds of years before.

From Machu Picchu, you'll take one of the buses back to Aguas Calientes where, if you have time, you can have lunch (not included as part of your Inca Jungle Trail) and buy souvenirs and snacks for your return to Cusco. According to your train schedule, you'll take the Expedition train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo. You'll arrive in Ollantaytambo later that afternoon where you will be picked up and driven back to Cusco where you should arrive around 10:30pm.

Note: The time table for the trains may change according to the train company's availability. There will also be changes to your itinerary and price if you decide to change your departure time, or upgrade to the Vistadome Train. If you booked later than most of your group for your Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu, you may not be in the same train as the rest of your group.

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Trip Overview

Trip style: Archaeological, Cultural, Landscape, Ecological, Camping
Activities: Biking, rafting, zip line, trekking and visit Machu Picchu.
Departures Dates: Every day from March to January (please check availability in our groups)
Visited Places: Cusco – Abra Malaga – Santa Maria – Santa Teresa - Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes.
Physical Grade: medium
Inca Jungle: *Service Group/Shared

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