We are a professional tour company dedicate to operate the Inca jungle trail to Machupicchu. We have been running adventures business in Peru and Bolivia for many years that makes us to put all our experience in this type of business. Our priority is the safety and happiness of our clients that is why we provide with a processional service. All our guides have extensive knowledge of the area where they operate. INCA JUNGLE TREKKING COMPANY guarantees the satisfaction of our clients on their journey to Machu Picchu with us. We give you our best to make of your journey to Machupicchu unforgettable. The biking is not difficult because you go all the way downhill, You will get more enjoyment out of any trip if you are in good physical condition. The best advice we can offer is to follow the training suggestions in our “Before You Go” pre-departure information that we will send to you upon booking your trip. Further discussion with us will insure that you choose the trip that suits your level of fitness and are ready for your adventure. The biking terrain is a zigzagging paved road that goes all downhill from the beginning to the end while you are biking some cars will pass you that why all the bikers always keep their left side we start our trip with a comprehensive riding skills session. We provide full suspension bikes and all the biking gear such as full biking helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, full body biking amour. Remember that you have to carry all your personal belongings during the hike but during the biking you do not carry anything because the car that will take us to the beginning of biking will be always behind us. Inca jungle trail is the most memorable for those who want adventure.
BEGINNING POINT: Cusco
ENDING POINT: Cusco
DURATION: 4 Day – 3 Nights
ACTIVITIES: Biking, hiking, zip lining, rafting, archaeological, Cultural, Ecological,
PACKAGE NAME: Inca jungle trail 4 day – 3 night
TYPE OF ROUTE: Best adventures Alternative Trek to Machu Picchu
GROUP SIZE: Min 02 people – Max 10 people
DEPARTURES DAY: Daily Departures
BEST SEASON: From May to December
We start our adventure early in the morning in Cusco; we pick you up from your hotel around 6 am. We drive you by car through the amazing sacred valley of the Incas. Passing the indigenous town of Chinchero with amazing views of Vilcabamba and Vilcanota mountains range and enjoying the panoramic views of the small towns in the sacred valley, after 2 hour drive we stop in the Inca town of Ollantaytambo to stretch your legs and using the toilet. Then we still driving by car up to Abra Malaga pass at 4350m 14271ft at this point we are going start biking down to Santa Maria town at 1430m 4691ft. At Abra Malaga you are going get all the biking gear and also a biking training to ensure the successful arrival to Santa Maria town. Biking starts high in the Andes with the majestic view of veronica snow-capped. Downhill biking from Abra Malaga to Huamanmarca Inca site to have lunch and to explore the small Inca ruins of Huamanmarca. Afterwards we get back on the car to get to Santa Maria to do white river rafting in the afternoon. You will have the chance to enjoy the view of the beautiful landscape. Once in Santa Maria you are going to the accommodations to take shower and relax. In the evening dinner at the restaurant in town
DAY 2: SANTA MARIA – QUELLOMAYO- SANTA TERESA 22km 13mi Hiking.
Our hiking day starts with energetic breakfast at the restaurant around 6:00 am. Today is one of the most awesome days of the entire adventure. We start hiking along the car route for about 45 minutes. then we get into the original Inca trail that used to be to connect Machu Picchu with Vilcabamba considered the last Inca capital on the way we appreciate many plantations of bananas, Coca, yucca, coffee, etc. 3 hours hiking on the original Inca trail with magnificent views of the Vilcanota valley and panoramic views of the hills covered on different type of plantations from the jungle. We stop at Quellomayo village for lunch a really nice place to have lunch in one of the local restaurants after lunch you can rest or walk around. Afterwards we continue the hike along the Vilcanota River 3.5 hours hiking to get to Colcamayo hot springs. This natural and outdoor hot spring is great for muscle relax after the hike you can spend a couple of hours at hot springs before to continue the hike to Santa Teresa. After 45 minutes hiking from the hot springs we get to Santa Teresa. Overnight is going be in Santa Teresa in the hostel and dinner in the local restaurant.
DAY 3: SANTA TERESA – HIDROELÉCTRICA – AGUAS CALIENTES 2 hours Zip lining 10km 6mi Hiking.
After breakfast in Santa Teresa we go to the zip lining base to star doing the activity for about 2 hour zipping through the 6 different cables that there is for the zip lining then we catch the transportations to hydroelectric power plant to have our lunch. After lunch we hike along the Vilcanota River to Aguas Calientes town. On the way we see the power plant of Santa Teresa and Hidroelectrica and also we see beautiful waterfalls. Before to continue the hike we stop in Intihuatana (sundial) to have an explanation of this small Inca ruins and also to have the first view of Machu Picchu then we hike along the train truck for 3 hour approximately an easy hike to get to Aguas Calientes town. Once in town we go to the hotel to get ready for our last supper all the group together.
DAY 4: MACHUPICCHU – CUSCO
The most important day for most of the adventurous to visit Machu Picchu early morning after breakfast in the hotel very early we go to the bus station to catch the bus up to Machu Picchu in order to be in Machu Picchu by 6:00 am because Machu Picchu opens at 6:00 am. The only time that we got to see Machu Picchu with no people is only in the mornings because later Machu Picchu is crowded. We always try being the first ones in Machu Picchu to enjoy it better and see the sunrise. Afterwards the guide will get you around Machu Picchu doing the tour for about 2.5 hour in order to get to know very well about Machu Picchu. Then you have free time to explore Machu Picchu by yourselves. If you booked the extra tickets for Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain you are going to climb one of these mountains. Machu Picchu is located in the middle of nowhere and up on the granite mountain edge, there is no any records about Machu Picchu of the Incas time. It is not mentioned in any of the chronicles of the Spanish conquistadors and archaeologists. Machu Picchu was under the dense vegetation until July 24th 1911. When the American historian Hiram Bingham (who was in search of Vilcabamba) discovered it that is why he called it "the lost city of the Incas". At least you are going spend 8 to 9 hour in Machu Picchu. Then you have to go back to Aguas Calientes town in order to catch the train back to Ollantaytambo town. From Ollantaytambo transfer you back to Cusco by car and we drop you in your hotel in Cusco.
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