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4-Day Classic Machu Picchu Inca Jungle Trek

From USD 415.00
Highlights
  • Nightly accommodation and most meals included during the trek
  • Transportation to and from Cusco, with hotel pickup
  • Entrance to both Machu Picchu and the Cocalmayo hot springs
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4-Day Classic Machu Picchu Inca Jungle Trek
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4-Day Classic Machu Picchu Inca Jungle Trek
From USD 415.00
Overview

Experience the natural landscape of the Machu Picchu region in different ways on this 4-day adventure trek from Cusco. Some activities, such as hiking and biking are included, while you can upgrade to add rafting and ziplining. This jam-packed itinerary is prearranged with transport, accommodations, most meals, and much of the gear for your experiences included so you can focus on enjoying the trip and taking in the scenery.

What to Expect

The adventure starts with pickup at your Cusco hotel, where a vehicle takes you into the countryside with a stop for a meal at a bed and breakfast. At the top of Abra Malaga, get fitted for a helmet, gloves, and mountain bike to descend through the Incan Valley. Choose to upgrade for a white-water rafting tour. The group meets to spend the night at a Santa Rosa ecolodge.

On the second day, hike on the Inca trail past farms growing coffee, pineapples, and other fruit. As you descend to the village of Quellomayo, your guide points out local flora and fauna. The trek encompasses a suspension bridge, waterfalls, rivers, and a cable train, ending at the Cocalmayo hot springs. Spend the night in Santa Teresa.

Start the third day on a zipline (available by upgrade; reserved in advance) or with a hike to Hydroelectrica where the group meets for lunch at a cottage on Machu Picchu’s flank. Walk the railway path through the jungle to Aguas Calientes for dinner and rest.

Begin your trek to Machu Picchu on day four to catch the sunrise. Meet a guide for a 2-hour tour of the sanctuary, followed by free time. If reserved in advance, hike to Huayna Picchu (own expense). Return on your own to Aguas Calientes to catch the return train to Ollantaytambo, or opt to spend an extra night on your own before returning to Cusco.

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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile
Amazing Experience, Awesome Tour Guide

This was an amazing experience that was made better by our awesome tour guide Jair. Jair went above and beyond to make sure everyone was well take care of, and that we all had a great time. He was extremely knowledgeable and I thoroughly enjoyed...More

1  Thank Eddie Z
Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile
A wonderful experience.

What a trip! Alfredo was our tour guide and he was loads of fun. Always kept a positive attitude and made the trek so exciting. I couldn't imagine the trip going any better. If you have the opportunity request Alfredo for your 4 day jungle...More

1  Thank Liam C
Reviewed 28 October 2017
Superb - Thank You to Henry and Lenny

After some significant research I booked the Jungle Trek through Conde Travel. This was the ideal as I was traveling with my wife and daughter. The entire trip was superb and we were greeted and briefed by our tour guide, Henry, the evening before our...More

3  Thank Bradley B
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile
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Reviewed 20 December 2017 via mobile
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Response from Bradley B | Reviewed this property |
My daughter was twelve and did just fine. I think any mature kid over age 9-10 would do just fine. Keep in mind there is some hiking that might push them a little bit.
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