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Inka Jungle to Machupicchu

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Mama Coca Expeditions

  • Locations

    Cusco Region, Peru

  • Price
    $300 USD per trip
  • Duration

    4d/3n

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Every day and any time

  • Starting Location

    Cusco, Peru

  • Price Includes

    Food guide - Bike - 3 Nights hostels - Entrance fee to Machupicchu - Train back and transport to Cusco - Rafting - Zip Line - Bus ticket

  • Notes

    Huayna Picchu: If you are interested in climbing Huayna Picchu, the mountain overlooking Machu Picchu, there is an additional fee of $20 USD per person for us to buy your entrance ticket.

Highlights

  • Biking
  • Rafting
  • Hiking
  • Hot Springs
  • Machupicchu

Guide

Jorge

 

Trip Info

Biking, rafting, hiking, zip line, and two beautiful hot springs on the way to Machupicchu, trying exotic fruits from the area to find the authentic Inca trail. It’s a wonderful place with a panoramic view of the valley and the Urubamba River tributary of the Amazon River, on the trail you will see and know one of the most important plants for the Incas and for some communities “the coca leaf”.

The cable car, we cross the river through this system to get to the thermal baths.

The zip line: this activity flying over the trees crossing the rivers takes about 2 hours, then we see a series of waterfalls and admire the majesty of the mountains surrounding Machupicchu and Haynapicchu. Here you will also have the opportunity to see an astronomical sundial used by the Incas, as well as other constructions such of the Incas site of Machupicchu.

Your adventure awaits!

Mama Coca Expeditions

Hi I’m Jorge, I work as a guide more than nine years in different travel agencies. My passion as a guide came when I started to organize trips between school friends, to explore Cusco and the surrounding areas where I found many interesting things that I want to share with you as my traditions, and customs of my ancestors. After high school I pursued this passion, learned English and went to a school of guides for three years to get permission as an official tour guide to leading hundreds of groups to Machu Picchu and into the Andes Mountains. Safety is always the highest priority, so I have extensive training in CPR and other skills needed for hiking adventures. All this time working as guide have taught me to see the traveler’s perspective. Along the way, I have learned how to deliver a first-class service to passionate travelers.

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