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Inca Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu

  • Duration

    03 Day /

  • Price per person


14,271 ft.

MAX. ALTITUDE 14,271 ft.





Santa Maria, Santa Teresa, Machupicchu.

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These activities are a walk in the park! You will be able to enjoy the scenery, history, and time with loved ones without exhausting yourself. You do not need any special training, gear, or acclimatization for an “Easy” trek or tour. Terrain will be generally flat and comfortable, highly traveled.


A step up from “Easy,” these tours require a little more physical effort but are still 100% manageable to anyone with or without adventure experience. Again, you do not need special training, gear, or acclimatization for a “Mild” trek or tour. Terrain is generally flat but with possible gentle up- and downhills.


Before embarking on a “Moderate” trek or tour, you should be at least partly acclimatized to the high altitude of the Andes as it affects your oxygenation, energy levels, and hydration. These tours are still very manageable without special training as long as you have spent a day or two at high altitude. Terrain often includes moderate up- and downhill walking with possible rough patches or infrequently-traveled sections.


“Challenging” treks or tours require that you are acclimated to the Andes’ high altitude before leaving as it affects your oxygenation, energy levels, and hydration. Spending 2-3 days or more at high altitude will help you on the trek. You will need hiking shoes and possibly trekking poles for these treks. You will need to be in good physical shape, and it’s recommended that you train at least some beforehand, possibly with running, biking, or strenuous workout videos. Terrain is often rough, sometimes with steep up- and downhills and often not highly traveled. Generally, these last several hours.


These “Formidable” treks are our most difficult treks and require serious effort but are also the most rewarding. It is necessary to be in pristine physical condition. Again, you must be acclimated to the Andes’ high altitude before leaving as it affects your oxygenation, energy levels, and hydration. Spending 4-5 days or more if possible at high altitude will help you on the trek. You will need hiking shoes and possibly trekking poles for these treks. It is important to train physically before these treks so that your body is prepared for the strenuous nature of the trip. Generally, these last at least an entire day in infrequently-traveled areas with rough paths.


This tour 03 Day Inca Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu is popular among those who seek more adventure and adrenaline, full of curiosity and with love for extreme sports. This route combines a full-on package of biking, trekking, and zipline.

All of this while in the most majestic scenery and wild scenery of the Andes – everything from tropical jungles to high alpine snow-capped peaks, and full of local flora and fauna through the many ecosystems that you will traverse. And not to mention all the local products straight from the fields such as coffee, fruits of all kinds, and coca leaf. This tour is sure to fill you with joy and satisfaction from the moment you begin until your last step!


  • Max Elevation: 4,316 meters / 14,160 feet
  • Min Elevation: 1,550 meters / 5,085 feet
  • Distance: 55 km /34 miles
  • Lodging: Santa Teresa hot springs


  • Max Elevation: 2,070 meters / 6,791 feet
  • Min Elevation: 1,550 meters / 5,085 feet
  • Distance: 16 km / 10 miles
  • Lodging:  Golden Sunrise Machu Picchu Hotel *** or similar.


  • Max Elevation: 2,792 meters / 9,160 feet
  • Min Elevation: 2,040 meters / 6,692 feet



For the first day, we will pick you up and continue by land to the Sacred Valley, to the town of Ollantaytambo  (2,792 meters / 9,160 feet) for a break and last minute shopping for any needs. From here our bus will climb to the high pass of Abra Málaga (4,316 meters / 14,160 feet) to begin our descent by bike. You will gear up with the appropriate wear and receive a brief introduction from our guide. Here begins our journey down from the high peaks near the glacier into the jungles, over about 3 – 4 hours, where we will have lunch together. Another short bus ride will take us to Santa Teresa (1,550 meters / 5,085 feet), to spend the evening in the hot springs and rest for the night.

Max Elevation: 4,316 meters / 14,160 feet

Min Elevation: 1,550 meters / 5,085 feet

Distance: 55 km / 34 miles

Lodging: Santa Teresa hot springs


Today we begin early to make our way to the town of Aguas Calientes (2,040 meters / 6,692 feet), along the way stopping to check out the local fields of mostly native fruits and plenty of wild vegetation. Here there is a free opportunity to experience the zip-line or canopy tour (additional cost). Lunch will be at the Hydroelectric Station 2,070 meters / 6,791 feet) followed by a brief rest. Continuing about 3 hours, we will arrive on foot to the town of Aguas Calientes for dinner and rest.

Max Elevation: 2,070 meters / 6,791 feet

Min Elevation: 1,550 meters / 5,085 feet

Distance: 16 km / 10 miles

Lodging:  Golden Sunrise Machu Picchu Hotel *** or similar.


This is the most important day as we visit one of the wonders of the world, the majestic city of Machu Picchu. We will wake early to have breakfast and board the bus up to Machu Picchu, and, if we are lucky, receive the first rays of the sun as dawn breaks and lights up this magical mountain.  The guided tour through the Sanctuary will last roughly 2 to 3 hours. Later we will begin our return to Aguas Calientes for lunch and rest before our late afternoon train to Ollantaytambo. Following our journey by train, our land transport will await our transfer to Cusco and back to your Hotel.

Max Elevation: 2,792 meters / 9,160 feet

Min Elevation: 2,040 meters / 6,692 feet

What's Included


  • Pre-departure briefing: You will meet your guide and group in our office, for an orientation trek. Meeting at 7:00 PM the evening before the trip begins.
  • 01 night’s accommodations in 3 stars hotels in Aguas Calientes.
  • 01 night home Stay in Santa Teresa hot springs.
  • All Transportation.
  • Full suspension mountain bikes, helmets, and gloves.
  • Rafting Activity with all equipment
  • Zipline Activity
  • 02 Breakfast, 02 Lunches, and 02 Dinners.
  • An Experienced, bilingual “Adventure Guide.”
  • Assistant Tour Guide for groups of 8+.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Guided Tour in and around Machu Picchu.
  • Bus to Machupicchu round trip.
  • Train ticket Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
  • Transportation from Ollantaytambo -Cusco.
  • All Safety Equipment and First Aid Kit.


  • Tips
  • Meals that are not included in the itinerary.
  • Huayna Picchu entrance fee (Extra US $ 35).
  • Entrance ticket to the hot springs in Santa Teresa (Extra US $ 3).
  • Travel Insurance – you are strongly recommended to take out travel insurance for the duration of your trip.
  • First breakfast and last lunch at Aguas Calientes.


  • Original Passport
  • Current University Card (if you are a student and want to qualify for the discount)
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable Trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellant
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and film
  • Torch with spare batteries or Headlamps.
  • Swimwear for rafting



**** Daily Departure ****

Two or More People $ 425


We offer small groups, not more than ten people.


  • Group of 05 or more: US$ 25:00 All of you need is to book the trek altogether at the same time.
  • Under 18 years old: US$ 25:00 Please send us a copy of the passport at the booking time.
  • Student Discount (Maximum Age 25 years old): US$ 25:00 Student discounts apply to anyone who has a valid UNIVERSITY STUDENT CARD at the time of the trek or who is 17-years-old or younger. For those using a university student card to receive the discount, we need to see a copy of the card at booking. For those booking children 17-years-old or younger, we need a copy of their passport at booking time. Please send all to  More Information about STUDENT CARD.


Departure Dates & Timetable

Departure date:

  • Daily departures with at least 02 people. Our tour can leave any day of the week, 12 months a year.

Departure time:

  • 05:00 am or 05:30 am




Are the departure dates guaranteed. Is there a minimum for group bookings?

The only events that may jeopardize your travel dates are natural disasters or other circumstances that may put your safety at risk. Otherwise, our departures are 100% guaranteed as long as there is a minimum of 2 people.

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What type of backpack is necessary for the trip?

For this trip, we recommend a backpack that can hold between 25-60 kilograms (55-132 lbs) with clothes that are only necessary for the four days of the trip. The rest of your luggage will be left in a storeroom at your hotel/hostel in Cusco or our office. It is crucial only to bring what is necessary for the four days that you will be trekking because, on the second or third day, you will have to carry your backpack.

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Is advanced cycling experience necessary?

On tour, there is a total of 3 hours of downhill biking. 95% of the road is downhill and paved. Therefore, the cycling part of the tour is not difficult. Only basic to intermediate experience is required.

Please consult with your physician or local travel clinic regarding your visit to South America. Vaccinations for tetanus, diphtheria, and poliomyelitis. If you are visiting the Amazon, a yellow fever vaccination is recommended. Be aware of illnesses such as malaria and dengue, which are best prevented by using repellent. Illnesses are more common in the Amazon than in the Andes mountains.

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Why do I need to send a deposit?

We use your deposit (non-refundable) to pay the basic fees to make your reservation official. These fees include entry tickets to reserve space, porters (non-refundable by national law), and a government tax of 18%.

In regards to hotel reservations, we are required to pay penalties for cancellation depending on the date.

The deposit is also used to assure availability and bookkeeping for all tours and treks, such as chefs, porters, and even reserve horses.

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How can I pay my deposit?

Deposits must be paid using the methods indicated below.


You can use the PayPal option from our website and follow the steps. Please note that PayPal charges a 6% tax for this transaction that is included automatically in this option.

In case you decide to make the deposit directly from your account, do not forget to add the 6% tax. You can send the deposit to this account:

b) VISA:

If you use the VISA option from our website and follow the steps. Please note that VISA charges a 5% tax for this transaction that is added automatically in this option.


You can pay in their offices (they have offices Internationally) or online (
1. Receiver's first name:  Alex Marco
2. Receiver's last name:  Huaman Levita
3. Receiver's city / Town:  Cusco
4. Country:  Peru
If using this method, please send an email confirming the amount of the deposit and the transaction number ( MTCN ) you have been given.
NOTE: The client will assume all transaction fees.

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How can I pay my final balance?

The final balance for treks must be paid in cash (US $ or Peruvian Soles) in our office in Cusco at least 48 hours before your trek. If your arrival in Cusco has been delayed, you are responsible for informing our agents either by email or phone.

If we do not receive final payment before the deadline and do not receive any message due to delay, we reserve the right to cancel the reservation and travel plans.

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Are vegetarian, vegan, and other special dietary needs available?

Of course! Without any additional costs! When you make your reservation, please inform us of any dietary needs or requirements, including allergies!

Vegetarian foods will be absent of all meats, chicken, or fish. We will assume that eggs and cheese or other lactose products are OK.

Most of our main meals are buffet-style, leaving you the option to avoid anything undesirable to you.

If there are any food items or veggies that you can not stomach, perhaps onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, etc., upon your request, we will ask our chef to leave them out or separate this item.

We can also attend lactose-intolerant or gluten-intolerant diets. We can not accept individuals with serious allergic or life-threatening reactions.

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I have a food allergy May I still participate?

Every day we receive many clients with food allergies to nuts, wheat, etc. Please inform us in detail of your condition upon making your reservation.

We kindly ask that you declare the severity of your reaction and any medication that you take in case of an emergency.

If your allergy is severe, we ask that you be accompanied by a friend or individual consciously and entirely responsible for your situation and ready with any medication.


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When must I arrive in Cusco or arrive at your office?

We require that all guests arrive in Cusco at least 48 hours before the start of your trek, although 03 nights before is ideal. You must pay your remaining balance two days before your departure for your trek. This will ensure that all of these are acclimatized and adjusted to the high altitude conditions to begin your trek comfortably. Please note that your remaining balance must be paid in cash in our office and can not be paid before your arrival.

Our office hours are Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm. (Please aim to arrive at 7:30 pm at the latest!)

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Money in Peru

Peru uses Nuevo Sol (S), which has traded at S2.50 to S3.50 per US dollar (US $) for several years, although you should keep an eye on current events.
Prices in this book are generally in new soles, although some are listed in US dollars.

Carrying cash, an ATM card or traveler's checks, as well as a credit card that can be used for cash advances in case of emergency, is advisable.

When receiving local currency, always ask for small bills, as S100 bills are hard to change in small towns or for small purchases. Carry as much spare change as possible, especially in the small cities.

Public bathrooms often charge a small fee for use, and getting change for paper can be darn near impossible.

The best places to exchange money usually are "Casas de Cambio" (foreign exchange bureaus), which are fast, have longer hours, and often give slightly better rates than banks.

Many places accept US dollars. Do not receive torn money as it will likely not be accepted by Peruvians.
It is best not to change money on the street as counterfeits are a problem.

Do you know what voltage the sockets have (110 or 220)?

What are the standards plugs?

Electrical current is 220V, 60HZ AC, Standard outlets accept round prongs, but many places will have dual-voltage outlets which take flat prongs. Even so, you may need an adapter with a built-in surge protector.

What should we pack?

Peru is a diverse country in natural and cultural resources, so you only need a passport to enter the country and enjoy their wealth and take some precautions you might help discover.


Peru has three main climatic zones: the tropical Amazon jungle to the east. the arid coastal desert to the west. and the Andean mountains and highlands in between. In the Andes, which has altitudes over 3500m. Average daily temperatures fall, below 10°C (50°F) and overnight temperatures can will bellow freezing. Travelers flying straight to Cuzco (3250m), or their hight altitude cities, should allow several days to acclimatize since altitude sickness, or soroche can be a problem.

April to November is the dry season in the mountain and altiplano (Andean Plateau). The wettest months are from December to March. It rains al the time in the hot and humid rainforest, but the driest months there are from April from November. However, even during the wettest months from December to March, it rarely rains for more than a few hours at a time. Along the arid coastal strip, the hot summer months are from December through March.

Some parts of the coastal strip see rain rarely, if at all. From April to November, Lima’s other areas by the Pacific Ocean are enclosed in garua (coastal fog, mist or drizzle) as warmer air masses off the desert and drifts over the ocean where the cold Humboldt current hits.





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