Adventure and Nature: Trek to the Inca Jungle on Our 4 Day Cusco Trek

Trek to the Inca Jungle 4D/3N

Before: $ 375From: $ 355Per personGroup


With the “Inca Jungle Trek tour“, you will enjoy the ancient path traced by the Incas from the beginning of the Inca Jungle trek to Machu Picchu. You will have a combined adventure of landscapes, mountains, rivers and sports until you reach one of the seven wonders of the world and be able to take the tour to Machu Picchu.

The INCA JUNGLE is the road less traveled to the lost city of the Incas. The route winds through the Cordillera de Vilcabamba, the spectacular Andean mountain range before plunging into the forested canyons to the Inca city of Machu Picchu. Discover a world surrounded by magical moments that will stay with you long after you return home. See why the majestic Andean peaks “The Apus” are inspiring for the natives and considered as “gods”.

The INCA JUNGLE is an adventure tour that combines mountain biking, rafting and hiking. An alternative before arriving and doing the tour to Machu Picchu. The combination of these outdoor sports and the incomparable landscapes make this trip an incredible experience, this tour is preferred by young visitors, it is also ideal for people with passion for adventure and with lots of energy.


  • Cusco (3,399 masl)
  • Abra Malaga (4,200 masl)
  • Santa Maria (75 masl)
  • Santa Teresa (1,550 masl / 4,550 fasl)
  • Aguas Calientes (2,040 masl)
  • Machupicchu (2,430 masl)


  • Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga (Bike) – Santa Maria 55 Km – Moderate Day.
  • Day 2: Santa Maria – Santa Teresa (Zipline): 12 km – Moderate day.
  • Day 3: Lucmabamba (Trek)- Llactapata (Inca Trail) – Aguas Calientes: 18 km – Moderate day.
  • Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco: 4 km – Easy day.



  • 05.30 hrs Pick up time from your hotel. We will leave the city of Cusco and head towards the Sacred Valley of the Incas, here we will have time to have breakfast.
  • We will board the transportation and continue to Abra Malaga (4,350 meters) starting point of our bike tour. After a brief explanation to help you get oriented, the guide will provide us with the necessary equipment for the activity.
  • We will begin the descent by bike for 3 hours and 30 minutes, 55 km until we reach Huamanmarca. During the trip we will experience the beauty of the snow-capped mountains and the tropical forest, we will cross small streams and enjoy the change from cold to tropical climate.
  • During the trip, we will stop several times to check the bikes and equipment. We will arrive at the village of Santa Maria (1,200 masl) where we will have lunch and spend the first night in a hotel. In the afternoon we have the option of canoeing on the Vilcanota River. This river offers category III and V+ rapids. For this activity we will provide you with helmets, windbreakers and category V life jackets. This activity is available from April to December and you must know how to swim to participate according to Peruvian law.




  • 6.00 hrs After a delicious breakfast, we will be ready to make the first day hike to Santa Teresa. The first 2 hours of the hike will be uphill. On the way we will have several stops to learn a little more about the flora and fauna of the area where we will be.
  • We will also stop at the home of a local family, where we will learn about their customs and traditions. Later we will cross a section of the Inca Trail that formerly connected the Sacred City of Machu Picchu with the last Inca refuge, Vilcabamba. Here our guide will explain a little more about the history of the Incas and also about the Inca communication system (the Inca Trail).
  • At this point we will have the pleasure of experiencing some of the most impressive views of the Huancarccasa canyon, the majestic Salkantay. We will then descend to the village of Quellomayo, where we will enjoy lunch and a relaxing rest in the hammocks of the restaurant.
  • We will continue the last 2 hours of our hike to reach the thermal baths of Cocalmayo, where we will spend some time enjoying this enchanting place. When the whole group is ready, our transportation will take us to the village of Santa Teresa, where we will spend our second night.




HIRAM BINGHAM, first discovered Llactapata in 1912. “We found evidence that an Inca chief had built his house here and had constructed a dozen buildings. Bingham locates the site” on top of a ridge between the Aobamba and Salkantay valleys some 5,000 feet above the Huaquina estate.

“Here we discovered a series of ruins and two or three modern huts, the Indians said the place was called Llactapata. “Bingham did not investigate the ruins thoroughly.

  • After a hearty breakfast, we will zipline “We run in the air over the Andean mountains”. This activity lasts approximately two hours or we head uphill for 2-3 hours to the Llactapata Pass (2,736 m), where we will encounter a spectacular view of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary from the southeast, a view that few travelers have the opportunity to admire.
  • We take a short break to explore the ruins of Llactapata, which have recently been restored. We arrive at Hidroeléctrica “Estación del pueblo”, we will continue walking next to the railroad until we reach Aguas Calientes or Machupicchu village (walking time 3h approx.).
  • Upon arrival at the hotel we will rest and take a bath, later we will have the celebration dinner with our guide and a last briefing for our experience the next day.

Note: if you wish you can take the train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes 40 minutes trip, you must buy the ticket in Santa Teresa or Hidroelectrica (the price is not included in the tour) and coordinate with the guide one night before. You will meet the rest of the group at the train station in Aguas Calientes.




  • 05.00 hrs Very early after breakfast, we will take the bus to make the tour to Machu Picchu. This is the most important day because today we will visit one of the seven wonders of the world, we will appreciate the sunrise in the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
  • Once inside Machu Picchu, we will have a guided tour of 2h, we will see its most important temples, such as the Temple of the Sun, Temple of the 3 Windows, etc.. Afterwards we will have free time to explore Machu Picchu on our own.
  • If you booked in advance, Huayna Picchu mountain (2,800 meters) or Machu Picchu mountain (3,082 meters) will have that opportunity after your guided tour. You must make reservations to climb either mountain three months in advance for an additional cost of US$ 20.
  • Once you have finished enjoying the tour to Machu Picchu, you will return to Aguas Calientes walking or pre-booking the bus up and down to Machu Picchu and controlling the train schedule we must be 30 min. before to be at the train station, board the train and get to Ollantaytambo, return in our private mobility to the city of Cusco.

Note: If you plan to hike Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain you must make reservations in advance the fee is US$ 20. Space is limited to only 400 people per day.



This tour includes

  • Transfer In/Out
  • Tourist transportation
  • Bilingual Tour Guide Inca Jungle Trek Adventure Tour Guide
  • Cultural Tour Guide in Machupicchu
  • Entrance ticket to the Inca site of Machu Picchu
  • Professional mountain bike, helmet and gloves
  • Ziplining: Professional assistance, helmet, gloves
  • River rafting: Rafting kit (life jackets, helmet, coat, waterproof jacket, neoprene suit, paddle, inflatable boat)A choice of
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (vegetarian, vegan or special menus available at no extra cost)
  • Medical kit and oxygen bottle
  • Train tickets Machupicchu/Ollantaytambo
  • Transfer from Ollantaytambo/hotel in Cusco

This tour does NOT include

  • Consettur bus to the Inca city of Machupicchu (one way/return)
  • Entrance ticket to Machupicchu Mountain or Waynapicchu USD 20.00
  • 1st Breakfast and last lunch and dinner in Aguas Calientes.
  • Transportation from Santa Teresa/Aguas Calientes
  • Personal clothing and equipment.
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips for our staff
  • Additional costs or delays beyond the control of the administration (bad weather, modification of the itinerary due to a
  • security problem, illness, governmental
  • security issue, illness, change of government policy, political instability/strike, etc.).
  • Mineral water and snacks
  • Personal expenses


  • Original passport
  • Small backpack Complete rain gear or poncho
  • Gloves (warm) and trekking pants
  • Long sleeve breathable polo shirts
  • Flashlight and sunglasses
  • Sunscreen and repellent
  • Swimwear and Sandals
  • Comfortable hiking shoes
  • Cold weather jacket
  • Long sleeve sweater Hat
  • Sun hat and bandana
  • Casual mountain clothing
  • Camera and video camera
  • Binoculars
  • Camera with extra battery
  • Refillable water bottle (hydration pouches recommended)
  • Snack: Chocolates, dried fruit, cereal bars
  • Extra money in soles
  • Toilet paper
  • A good positive mental attitude



Inca Jungle Tour


Minimum 02 people


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Frequently Asked Questions from Travelers

What is the best time to travel to Cusco?

The best time to travel to Cusco is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. During this period, the weather is generally dry and sunny, with daytime temperatures ranging from 18°C to 22°C. Nights can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping around 5°C, especially in June and July.

The rainy season in Cusco runs from November to March, and during this period you can expect regular rains, especially in January and February. Rainfall can be heavy and can cause disruptions to transportation and tourist activities.

Keep in mind that, although the dry season is the best time to visit Cusco in terms of weather, it is also the busiest time in terms of tourism.

What is the weather like in Cusco?

The climate in Cusco varies according to the time of the year.

  • The dry season (April to October): During this time, the weather in Cusco is generally dry and sunny, with temperatures ranging between 18°C and 20°C. Nights can be cold, with temperatures dropping as low as 5°C. This is the best time to visit Cusco, as weather conditions are ideal for exploring the city and outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking.
  • Rainy season (November to March): During this season, Cusco experiences frequent rains and cooler temperatures, with an average temperature of 16°C. Nights can be cooler, with temperatures dropping as low as 3°C. Rainfall can be quite intense and prolonged, which can make outdoor activities difficult.

It is important to keep in mind that the weather in Cusco can be unpredictable, even during the dry season. It is advisable to wear appropriate clothing for the weather and be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and rain.

What to see in Machu Picchu?

  • The Intihuatana, The Temple of the Sun: a large ceremonial building, probably dedicated to the god Inti, the sun god in Inca mythology.
  • The Main Temple: A large structure with an impressive panoramic view of the nearby mountains.
  • The Main Street: The main road that runs through the center of the city and connects the main areas of Machu Picchu.
  • The Sun Gate: The main entrance to Machu Picchu and one of the most iconic points of the city.
  • The thermal baths: Inca system of thermal baths.
  • The Huayna Picchu mountain: an optional hike that offers even more impressive panoramic views of the ruins of Machu Picchu, the hike lasts 1 hour uphill to climb the Huayna Picchu mountain.

What to bring on my trip to Cusco?

If you are planning a trip to Cusco, there are some important items you should take with you to make sure you are comfortable and prepared for any situation. Some of the items you might consider bringing are:

  1. Appropriate clothing: Due to the variability of the climate in Cusco, it is important that you bring clothing suitable for different weather conditions. Include warm clothes for cold nights, comfortable clothes for walking, and comfortable, sturdy shoes for exploring the ruins and trails.
  2. Sunscreen: Cusco’s altitude means that the sun can be very strong during the day, so it is important to bring sunscreen to protect your skin.
  3. Water bottle: The altitude can also cause dehydration, so it is important to stay hydrated.
  4. Medications: If you take any medications regularly, make sure you bring enough for your trip. It is also a good idea to bring some basic medications for headaches, upset stomachs and colds.
  5. Cash: Although most places in Cusco accept credit cards, it is advisable to carry cash in Peruvian soles for shopping in local markets, paying for cabs and tipping.
  6. Plug adapter: If you are coming from another country, you may need a plug adapter for electrical outlets in Peru.
  7. Camera: Cusco is a beautiful place with many interesting landscapes and tourist attractions, so you will want to capture many memories in photos or videos.

Where is Huayna Picchu?

Huayna Picchu is a mountain located in Machu Picchu. It is located north of the archaeological site of Machu Picchu and is one of the most iconic mountains in the area.

The climb to the top of Huayna Picchu is a popular activity for visitors to Machu Picchu, as it offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the archaeological site and the surrounding area. However, the ascent is quite steep and can be challenging for some visitors, so it is recommended to be in good physical condition and take the necessary precautions to enjoy the experience safely.

What is Aguas Calientes like?

Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo, is a small town located in the Urubamba River valley, near Machu Picchu. It is the starting point for most visitors who want to visit Machu Picchu, as it is where the train stations and access to the buses that take visitors to the entrance of Machu Picchu are located.

Aguas Calientes has a vibrant tourist atmosphere and is a fairly small town. There are a variety of hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, souvenir stores and travel agencies to cater to visitors. Due to its location in a mountainous area, the city has many stairs and steep streets, but also offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding area.

In addition to serving as a base for visitors to Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes has some tourist attractions of its own, such as the hot springs that give the town its name, a small historic church and some nearby Inca ruins.

What is the Abra Malaga route like?

The route begins in the town of Ollantaytambo, and climbs through the Andes mountains to the highest point of the route, the Abra Malaga, which is at an altitude of 4,350 meters above sea level. From there, the trail descends through a steep road, passing through farm fields and some villages in the area, until it reaches the town of Santa Maria.

The route has a total length of about 62 kilometers. The hike is challenging in some sections, especially the climb to Abra Malaga, but offers spectacular panoramic views when you reach the top.

The Abra Malaga route is also known to be a popular mountain bike route. Our tour offers biking on this route so you can enjoy an easy, complete and exciting experience.

Which camps will you visit during the trek?

  • Wayllabamba Camp: Wayllabamba camp is where hikers spend their first night on the Inca Trail after walking a steep and demanding section of the route. The camp has basic facilities such as tents, portable toilets and a common area for hikers to relax and socialize.
  • Runkuraqay Camp: Runkuraqay camp is the second camp on the Inca Trail route after Wayllabamba camp. Hikers spend their second night at this camp after hiking up a steep section of the trail and passing through the Warmiwañusca Pass (known as the Dead Woman’s Pass) at an altitude of 4,000 meters. The Runkuraqay camp has basic facilities such as tents, portable toilets and a common area for hikers to rest. The area around the camp is rocky and sparsely vegetated, but offers stunning views of the nearby mountains.
  • Wiñayhuayn Camp: Wiñay Wayna camp is the third and last camp on the Inca Trail route before reaching the citadel of Machu Picchu the next day. The camp is surrounded by vegetation and close to the archaeological site of Wiñay Wayna.Wiñay Wayna camp has basic facilities such as tents, portable toilets and a common area for hikers to rest. The area around the camp has a lot of tropical plants and flowers, making it an ideal place to enjoy nature.
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