Incredible alternative tour considered as one of the most beautiful and complete adventure trips and walks to reach the mysterious Machu Picchu “Wonder of the World” ; This tour from Inka jungle to Machu Picchu is flexible since on its way you can do different adventure sports on the Inca trail to Machu Picchu such as canoeing and zip-lining, and also that on its way you can see the mountains of Sacred Valley of the Incas and beautiful landscapes of jungle brow. The first day we go downhill by bike for 4 hours and we also have the option to choose canoeing within the inka jungle trail and the second day the option to choose zip line tour peru.
You will be picked up from the hotel at 7 am and we will travel by private tourist bus for 3 hours to Abra Málaga (4300 masl) we will make a brief stop to appreciate the landscape then we will start with our descent by bike down hill for 3 hours approx. On the way we will see a small Huamanmarca archaeological complex and also the changing climate of the jungle we will be able to appreciate coca, coffee and exotic fruits plantations such as mango, pineapple and papaya which you can pick and enjoy their natural flavor. We arrive in Santa María, a small town and where you have the option of canoeing, then we take a transport for 2 hours to Santa Teresa where we will spend the night and you have the option of visiting the thermal medicinal baths of Cocalmayo.
Breakfast very early after the guide’s instructions we start with the walk of 2 hours approx. Until the place called Hidroeléctrica (from here it is possible to take a train to Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu town) with an additional cost) then we will walk 3 more hours until we reach the town of Aguas Calientes on the way you can see various insects and walk through The banks of the river and with an impressive landscape and the Putucusi mountain and San Miguel can be seen in the distance, we finally arrive at the town of Aguas Calientes at night, dinner where our guide will inform us in detail about our tours to Machu Picchu, spend the night in a basic hotel with private bathroom and hot water (Machupicchu town).
This day we will get up very early and at 4:30 am we will start with a 1:30 minute walk arriving at Machu Picchu at 6 am. You will have a 2-hour guided tour in the main sectors of Machupicchu (there is the possibility of going to Waynapicchu, the tickets are reserved in advance) then you will have free time approx. Until 4:30 pm, when Machupicchu closes the Inca citadel.
At the time indicated by your guide, you will take the train to Ollantaytambo and from where we will pick you up by bus arriving in the city of Cusco approx. In 4 hours
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Important Note for the tours: At the agreed time, the night before the Inka Jungle Trek tours to Machu Picchu of 3 days and 2 nights, You will have a talk at your hotel with our professional guide from Tours Peru Machu Picchu – Sacred Land Adventures .
The tropical jungle of Machu Picchu, offers a new route, which consists of riding a Bicycle and a Walk to the Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu, recently discovered, The Royal Road of the Inca and the archaeological ruins that are combined with the beautiful landscapes on this route are impressive, we can even appreciate the plantations of the Sacred Leaf of the Incas “the Coca Leaf” which are cultivated legally and with the authorization of the Peruvian Government, this excursion is an unforgettable experience. Biking and hiking in the Peruvian Jungle Ceja, a four-day biking trip to Machu Picchu, which ends with the sunrise scenes in the Inca city of Machu Picchu. The trip includes a guided visit to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. (Tours Peru Machupicchu) ..
1. Altitude – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
This car ride reaches 4,350m, which some may struggle. To avoid problems with altitude, it is recommended that you be in Cusco at least 48 hours before the departure of the trek. During these 48 hours you should drink plenty of fluids, avoid alcohol and rest. You may also want to carry pills to reduce the effects of altitude sickness. As you walk on the hike there is no rush – remember to take your time, enjoy the breathtaking views, and give your body a chance to acclimatize. If you are breathing heavily and your limbs feel heavy that you are ascending too fast, a slow paced pace with regular breaks is best. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
2. Trekking conditions – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
As long as you are in good health, fairly fit, and used for walking, you should have no trouble making this trip. If you don’t walk regularly you could do a little physical preparation before departure. Cycling on day 1 is almost all downhill on a good road before a trail. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
As for walking, there is a mix of ups and downs on day 2 and day 3 is mostly flat. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
3. Age – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
As long as you are in reasonable physical condition and have no trouble walking any age can do this trip! Children under the age of 10 are welcome, but are the responsibility of the parents during the hike. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
4. Water – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
The water will have to be bought at the trail or purified using your own methods. There are many opportunities to buy water on this trip. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
5. Weather – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
In the Cusco region of the Andes there are only 2 well differentiated stations. The winter season runs from April to November and is predominantly dry. It gets quite hot during the days, but it can be very cold at night. During the summer season between November to March, Cusco receives a great deal of rain, with most of them in December, January, and February. This rain is heavy, but rarely prolonged, and is intermixed by many prolonged periods of sunshine. When the sun rises it can be hot, but when the rain comes temperatures tend to drop. This hike has regular departures during the dry season. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
6. An extra night in Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu Pueblo):
If you want to extend your trip to Machu Picchu, you can do so by spending an extra night in Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu Pueblo) after your visit to Machu Picchu. You may want to do this to recover after your trek, spend an extra day in Machu Picchu, or to explore the town of Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu Pueblo). We can recommend and reserve a hostel for you, at no additional cost – just let us know the number of people, room type and a guide price in dollars per person per night. (Tours Peru Machupicchu)
7. Tip Tips – Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu:
Many of our local staff come from poor and isolated areas of the Andes that surround Cusco. Tips make a big difference to them both financially and in terms of self-worth, therefore they are very important. A suggested tip per person for your guide is around $ us. (Tours Peru Machupicchu).