Inka Jungle Trek Machu Picchu 4 days: This type of tour combines a little adventure and leisurely walk bike combined the first stage and then starts to walk the rest of the three days on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you can make the Canopy optional or Rafting in which allows you to appreciate the rich flora and fauna of the Inca site jungle trail as we pass the seja forest and lush landscapes in the North West side of the city of Cusco.
- Tour Duration: 4 days / 3 nights – 3 days / 2 nights
- Travel Departures: Every day from January to March
- Places visited: Tour Cusco – Santa Maria – Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco Tour
- Travel style: Traditional, Archaeological Landscape
- Activities Travel: Travel to Machu Picchu Inca jungle trek, 55 km biking, rafting, trekking 23 km, zip line, canopy.
- Travel Physical Rating: Medium Difficulty.
- 4.2 stars – based on 200 reviews of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
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Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu 4 days / 3 nights:
Tours Day 01:
Tours Cusco – Santa Maria – Biking 55 K. M. (Optional Rafting) Inka Jungle Trek Machu Picchu:
After picking up from your hotel between 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. we drive to Ollantaytambo where we will stop for shopping and then head to our average of 02:30 hours are private to the Málaga (4,350 m) point start our bike tour of the Inca jungle, after a breffing by our guide will provide the most complete such activities team descent will start cycling for 3 hours (55 km) to the people Huamanmarca where we will have our first lunch . We then headed to the city of Santa Maria, where we spend our first night in basic accommodation during the journey to experience the beauty of the snow, cold changing rapidly dry and moist heat. Once in Santa Maria have the option of rafting class III and IV (optional tour) in the Urubamba river that runs through this part of the rainforest Inca jungle trek .
Tours Day 02:
Inka Jungle Trek Santa Maria – Santa Teresa – Trekking 23 km (Zip Line Canopy – optional)
After a delicious breakfast at 6:30 am approx. we are ready to make the first day trekking to Santa Teresa. The first two hours of our journey will be on the rise, in the way we have several stops to show a little more of the rich flora and fauna where one will find in a family where we will relax for about 20 minutes here also we can supply water and delicious tropical fruits in the area inka jungle trek .
Later we cross a section of the road that once connected to the sacred city of the Incas Machu Picchu with the city of Vilcabamba. Here our guide will explain a bit more about the history of the Incas and the communication system they had in those days, at this point we will also have some of the most breathtaking views across the canyon Huancarccasa then descend to the village where stop Quellomayo for lunch after a delicious lunch and a rest in hammocks in our restaurant will continue with the last 02 hours hike to the hot springs where I Cocalmayo a good time to enjoy this special place, after the hot springs headed our final destination the city of Santa Teresa where we will spend our second night in a basic hostel inka jungle trek ..
Tours Day 03:
Inka Jungle Trek to Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes “pueblo Machupicchu”
After our breakfast at 7:00 am approx. We started the Inca jungle trekking to the town of Aguas Calientes, the first walk for 3 hours through the valley of Aobamba to the area called where Intihuatana small control and then continue enjoying Inca Rakay where our lunch so we will see a waterfall number and also have the opportunity to see the majestic mountains and Machu Picchu and the Intihuatana or sundial Haynapicchu will see the top of the mountain and other structures of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu after the last two hours of walking will side of the railway line from the town of Aguas Calientes.
Tours Day 04:
Inka Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu
This is the most important day of the tour the day we arrived at one of the 7 wonders of the world Machu Picchu, the last day of the tour starts very early to see the sunrise on the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, start the climb to 4: 30 am will be 01 half walk to Machu Picchu hours and has a tour with our guide for 02 hours at the most important buildings and temples of this citadel, then you have free time to explore Machu Picchu on your own and perhaps rise Huayna Picchu mountain Machu Picchu (backup over $ 15) and other attractions. Later return to Aguas Calientes to take the train back to Ollantaytambo and then the bus will pick us up to take us to Cusco inka jungle trek .
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INCLUDED INKA JUNGLE TREK TO MACHU PICCHU:
- Pick up from your hotel Cusco
- Private bus Cusco – Abra Malaga – Santa Maria – Inka Jungle Machu Picchu.
- Bicycles with full protective gear.
- Bilingual Guide Adventure – Inka Jungle trek
- 03 nights basic accommodation.
- Food (03 breakfasts, 03 lunches and 03 dinners).
- Entrance to Machu Picchu tours
- Entrance to Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
NOT INCLUDED INKA JUNGLE TREK TO MACHU PICCHU:
- First breakfast and last lunch in Machu Picchu.
- Tickets to the hot springs.
- Extras for your trip to Inca jungle.
BRING IN THEIR TRAVEL INKA JUNGLE TREK:
- Original passport or (ISIC card in the case of students)
- Recommend sunscreen factor 35
- Pocho rain (seasonal)
- comfortable shoes
- Pants and shorts
- Long Sleeve Polos
- Water Bottle
- mosquito repellent
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INCA JUNGLE EXTENDED TO MACHU PICCHU
CEREMONIES & ANCIENT RITUALS
The Inca Jungle Trek Extended is a tour that combines adventure sports like mountain biking and hiking, also mystical tourism, make payments to the Pachamama, and blossoming baths and sauna or temazcal Ocobamba Jungle. Full Description
CEREMONIES & ANCIENT RITUALS INKA JUNGLE TREK: The Inca Jungle Trail Extended is a tour that combines adventure sports like mountain biking and hiking, also mystical tourism, make payments to the Pachamama, and blossoming baths and sauna or temazcal Ocobamba Jungle, this tour comprises 5 days or 4 days, this time we will know on Andean customs and agriculture in the jungle more about Organic Coffee and learn how to cook in a craft toaster and Preparation
CEREMONIES OF CLEAN ENERGY INKA JUNGLE TREK: Energy cleaning can be done with simple or complex spells and rituals things, but the important thing is to do it with some frequency, to unburden the vibrational environment that sometimes affects us negatively.
TEMAZCAL INKA JUNGLE TREK: Now, we know that the Temazcal acts purifying respiratory and digestive and toning the nervous system and also helps in bone, muscle, and gyneco-obstetric problems through the heat of the bath and the healing properties of various medicinal plants it is used.
COFFEE INKA JUNGLE TREK : In Peru are basically cultivated varieties of the species “Arabica Coffee”, which is the most widespread in the world, with a contribution of 70-75% of world production. In Latin America, several varieties developed from the first introductions where some are the result of mutations, natural hybrids are grown. The tour is more experiential give us just for our “Customer’s Biking Peru Trek” at this time know landscapes, birds, medicinal plants, archeological sites, and Wildlife to inka jungle trek Santa Teresa district to inca jungle trek in the province of La Convencion (Cusco), recently celebrated 57 years of political creation, and made it full of joy, color, music, dance and tasting own products born at ground levelin inka jungle trek Never too late to travel to this warm town and enjoy your cozy stay.
There are so many reasons to do it and we will all have some, thanks to dialogue with the head of the Unit for Tourism Promotion to inka jungle trek Santa Teresa is located at 1811 meters above sea level, on the right bank of the Urubamba River. Its climate is warm, full of sunshine and dense vegetation in their places inka jungle trek. One way to reach this place is to take train in Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu go through to reach the Hydroelectric of Santa Teresa, the trip is done in an average of three hours. Others travel by road from Ollantaytambo, passing Abra Málaga Reserve, located above 4000 meters high, around the snowy Urubamba, then Ipal, and arrive at their destination in about five hours. The third option is for Cusco, where a bus at the bus where the cars go to Quillabamba and get off at the Santa Maria is taken. In this place there are groups vehicles to take them to the district capital inka jungle trek
Tourist Routes To Inka Jungle Trek: Jorge Deza indicates that to date the district municipality strongly promotes the Santa Teresa-Choquequirao route, Yanama sector. Do not forget that from this spot you can also go to Machu Picchu by hydroelectric to inka jungle trek . Another welcoming circuit is part of the experiential tourism through the Coffee Route, where visitors will not only be witness, but part of the processing of coffee; from his pick, selection, roasting and grinding grain, crowning the experience with a delicious tasting energy product rate.
We suggest that the most enthusiastic packages take home to share with family in this tour inka jungle trek Participate in the Coffee Route three organizations of producers: Flower Growers Association Coffee Lucmabamba, Quellomayo and Huadquina. Very close to the coffee Llactapata archaeological site is located inka jungle trek Another route that offers inca jungle trek Santa Teresa is Inca Jungle-Santa Maria-Cocalmayo Machu Picchu with a duration of six hours. You can also visit Santa Teresa Route Nevado Salkantay and its chain of mountains that rise dramatically in the sight of domestic and foreign tourists.
Here you can see the Humantay, the Pumasillo and others. You want to continue to discover, you can choose to go to the archaeological site of Llactapata and if you want to relax, go to the thermal baths of Cocalmayo, whose crystal and medicinal waters refresh your body. When leaving you can go to the various restaurants to taste typical dishes and now placed a new component, the native potato. You can also eat fresh fruit, such as pineapple, passion fruit, yellow bananas harvested in the fields inka jungle trek
Visit Santa Teresa ( inka jungle trek ) and then share the experience simply because it will be unforgettable this tour inka jungle trek Mono Canopy is located 2km from the town of Santa teresa, in the Sacsara Valley. It is approximately 15km from Machu Picchu town.
Santa Teresa to inka jungle trek, is the axis of several important routes leading to Machu Picchu. Therefore, you can visit us on your way to or from Macchu Picchu. Also, if you are doing the Inka Jungle Trail with an agency, make sure to let them know that you want to include the Cola de Mono Canopy (a lot of agencies offer it as an additional).
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How do I get there?
By private car from Cusco Inka Jungle Trek
We can coordinate a private Car from Cusco if requested. The drive takes about 5 hours and the price varies with the number of people.
By train from Cusco Inka Jungle Trek
Take a colectivo taxi from the station in Calle Pavitos in Cuzco to Ollantaytambo train station (approx. 1 ½ hours.) From here, the train to Aguas Calientes takes about 2 ½ hours. Depending on which train you catch, you can either stay on the same train to continue to the Hydroelectic station, or change train in Aguas Calientes. The trip from Aguas Calientes to the Hydroelectic station takes about one hour.
On arrival at the Hydroelectric station, take a colectivo taxi to the town of Santa Teresa or directly to the Canopy’s basecamp, which is reached via a signposted turnoff just before you enter Santa Teresa. The trip from the station to the Canopy or to Santa Teresa takes about half an hour Inka Jungle Trek .Also you can contact us and we can coordinate a private car to take you from hidro station to Cola de Mono directly.
By road from Cusco to Inka Jungle Trek
Take a bus from the Santiago terminal in Cusco, through Ollantaytambo and Málaga pass, over 4300m above sea level, then descending to Santa Teresa. The trip takes about 5 ½ hours.
How do I get back to Cusco Inka Jungle Trek ?
By private car from Santa Teresa Inka Jungle Trek
We can coordinate a private Car back to Cusco if requested. The drive takes about 5 hours and the price varies with the number of people.
By train from the hydroelectric station to Inka Jungle Trek
Take a collective taxi from Santa Teresa to the Hydroelectric station, and take the train to Aguas Calientes. Buy your train ticket in advance in Santa Teresa – tickets aren’t sold at the station. Trains for Peruvians depart at 8:30 am and 4:35 pm, and for foreigners at 4:35 p.m. Depending on which train you catch, you can either stay on the same train to continue to Ollantaytambo, or change train in Aguas Calientes (pueblo of Machupicchu). The ride from the Hydroelectric station to Aguas Calientes takes an hour. From here, take the train to Ollantaytambo (about 2 ½ hours). From Ollantaytambo you can take a collective taxi to the city of Cusco to Inka Jungle Trek
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