Trip at a Glance
Cusco Region, Peru
Adventure, Hiking Trekking, Jungle Tour, Nature
Price$80 USD per person
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
INCLUDES: Transportation from Cusco to Ollantaytambo and the return to Cusco Train Tickets from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo A private bilingual professional guide specialized in the inca jungle Full suspension mountain bikes, helmets and gloves The following meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (vegetarian options) 2 nights in a local-rural house with basic service 1 night of lodging (with private bathrooms and hot water) Booking the entrance ticket to Machu Picchu A complete first aid box Taxes NOT INCLUDED: The up or down bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (US $ 19.00) The breakfast in the first day, the lunch and dinner in the last day All personal care ítems Tips for the guide
WE SUGGEST TO BRING: Strong walking shoes or tennis shoes Sweater and thick jacket Hat or cap Just one bottle of water A good rain coat Long sleeve shirts Long and short pants Insect repellent A sunblock with a forty degrees UV Lipstick Toilet paper Protein snack bar Binoculars Lantern Sunglasses, plastic bags Medical or personal items A lightweight backpack per person Camera and charger Some cash in small denominations (preferably soles)
- If you are one of those travelers that couldn’t book the Inca trail, don’t feel bad and know that you have a great alternative at hand to have an adventure from a different angle which is the Inca jungle.
- The Inca jungle tour is an exclusive adventure journey of 4 days that combines trekking, mountain biking, rafting and zip line as an optional possibility before we arrive at Machu Picchu.
- This trip is designed specially for groups from 14 to 20, but if you are alone you can join us too.
- The Inca jungle tour is made especially for travelers that have a good physical condition because the journey begins at the skirts of the snow capped mountain Veronica near Abra Malaga, 4300 m.a.s.l., and then we will descend on our bikes through a paved road and later a dirt path.