Inca Jungle to Machu Picchu via Inca Trail 4 Day

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Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu is THE BEST TOUR VACATION WITH THE SPECTACULAR GLACIATED PEAKS, ALPINE MEADOWS, AND THE SUBTROPICAL FOREST. HIGHLIGHTS: CROSS COUNTRY, TREK AND ZIP LINE, HOT-SPRING, INCA HISTORY, JUNGLE COMMUNITY STAY, CULTURAL IMMERSION, AND Amazing Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu. CROSS COUNTRY AND TREK. 

Trip Overview

  • Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga Pass Biking Starts
  • Day 2: The Jungle Inca Trail and Zip Line Experience
  • Day 3: Trek Via Llactapata (Inca Trail) to Machu Picchu Pueblo
  • Day 4: Machu Picchu Tour

Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga Pass Biking Starts

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu we start at 6:00 am from Cusco city towards Malaga Pass in our Kondor transport ride. At Malaga Pass, 4350 m/14,271 ft., we start a full downhill biking along the Andes and the Jungle territory. We support our clients with a modern van along the ride to provide security by keeping bikers together. At Carrizales town we to stop for a jungle box lunch. Then we visit Waman Marka Inca site (3 hours by bike) with its incredible landscapes. Clients will be able to appreciate birds of the famous cloud forest, also many exotic fruits plantations, such as Banana, mango, pineapple, papaya, avocado, coffee, tea, and coca leaves. Local families are usually in their daily routines. Then we arrive at Santa Maria village (1,130 m/3,432 ft.) and overnight in a local small hostel.

Note: There are not superior class accommodations to spend the night at this village, but we have a private room and a bath with plenty fresh running water which is always “highly appreciated” Inca Jungle Biking Machu Picchu Trip.

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu Summary 

  • Early morning pickup at your hotel
  • Private transfer to the trailhead “Malaga Pass”
  • Location: 3 hours and a half drive from Cusco
  • Technical level: Easy “Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu”
  • Experienced Biker Guide from the Andes
  • Overnight: Santa Maria village, basic hostel
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: The Jungle Inca Trail and Zip Line Experience

After our delicious organic breakfast with locally coffee at 6:30 am, we begin our hike, first by transport (truck) ride to the starting point of hiking. Today we follow an Inca trail, crossing and using the jungle, that is perfectly conserved after 500 years. This trail was made by the Incas and is located next Machu Picchu. This area is called the high forest and has some rivers that flow peacefully. We hike up as it gets progressively steeper following the Inca road until we reach a local family in Santa Rosa, a place where you can relax in hammocks and opportunity to get some water.

The Inca trail is well preserved thanks local families, and the Inca roads winds around the rain forest precipitous. Then at Qello Mayo (yellow river) we board our local transport to reach Santa Teresa via dirt route, at this lovely town we spend the night. During the afternoon we have a full adrenaline experience on Zip Lines (one hanging bridge and six cables are waiting for you). then time to relax into the thermal medicinal water of Cocalmayo (1 hour and half)

Note: There are not superior class accommodations to spend the night at this village, but we have a private room and bath with plenty of running water which is always “highly appreciated.”

Summary 

  • Early morning pickup from the hostel
  • Transport by local car, from Santa Maria to trailhead “Inca Trail”
  • Trekking 3 hours to Quello Mayo
  • Lunch at Quellomayo
  • Local transport from Quellomayo to Santa Teresa village and hot spring
  • Zip line Andes experience during the afternoon
  • Relaxing time at Cocal Mayo Hot spring after the zip line
  • Santa Teresa village overnight in a basic hostel
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Trek Via Llactapata (Inca Trail) to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

Early in the morning we go by transport, one hour towards Lucmabamba (starting point of hike). Today we follow the original Inca road of Lucmabamba; trail that take us to Llactapata Pass, across the Santa Teresa Valley with a wider variety of landscapes (green nature and a tranquil MT.). At Patallacta ruins, we have the first glimpse of Machu Picchu ” incredibly and amazing views”. We also explore the Llactapata Incan site with its ritual Altars, house, wall, etc. Then we descend through lush bamboo and coffee forests (Aobamba Valley) along a switchback path to Hydro (two hours of extreme downhill path to river bank). From Aobamba River the path to Hydro is easy walking to Machu Picchu.

Summary 

  • Early in the morning a local transport ride from Sta. Teresa to Lucmabamaba
  • Inca Trail trek experience on the other side of Machu Picchu (Lucma – Hydro)
  • First glimpse of Machu Picchu from Llactapata Mountains
  • Explore Llactapata Inca site
  • Lunch at Hydro
  • From Hydro to Aguas Calientes last hiking (2 hours)
  • Aguas Calientes overnight
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 4: Machu Picchu Tour

Today  is the time to visit one of the most renowned examples of Inca architecture known as “The Lost City of the Incas.” Very early in the morning; we have to board the tourist shared bus towards Machu Picchu Park. The guided tour begins at the natural viewpoint of Casa del Vigilante (Inca Guard house), a place where you will have the best views of Machu Picchu in all its glory. The guided tour takes three hours for exploring and identifying most of the Incan places that comprise this wonderful citadel. After all the explanation you have  free time to stroll around some of the Inca places.

Pm we return to Aguas Calientes to board our train service to Ollantaytambo Village, and then by transport to reach Cuzco City (1 hour and forty min. by train & 1 hour and forty minutes by transport).

Summary 

  • Am transport ride from Aguas Calientes to Machupicchu (bus service round trip)
  • 2 hours walking guided tour, then free time for you
  • PM train ride from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo train station
  • From Ollantaytambo village a car ride to Cusco city
  • End of service
  • Meals: Breakfast

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu Included

  • Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu 4 days and 3 nights
    • Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga Pass Biking Starts
    • Day 2: The Jungle Inca Trail and Zip Line Experience
    • Day 3: Trek Via Llactapata (Inca Trail) to Machu Picchu Pueblo
    • Day 4: Machu Picchu Tour
  • Professional Guide (bike, trek and Machu Picchu).
  • Entrance fees to Machu Picchu
  • Entrance fees to Cocalmayo hot spring, on second tour day trip.
  • All transfers per itinerary in local motor coach:
    • Cusco to Malaga Pass – Santa Maria village | Day 1
    • Santa Maria to the starting point of trek (on second day tour). Day 2
    • Quellomayo to Santa Teresa | Day 2
    • Santa Teresa to hot spring (round trip). | Day 2
    • Santa Teresa to Lucmabamba | Day 3
    • Ollantaytambo to Cusco Day 4
  • One Bike per client with front suspensions on day 1
  • Mechanical support and spare parts
  • Safety equipment (full body helmets, gloves, safety vest)
  • Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (vegetarian meals available)
  • Snacks and cold drinks on day one (one bottle per biker).
  • Zip line experience on day two (Santa Teresa).
  • Meals: Three breakfasts, three Lunches, and three Dinners.
  • Two nights accommodation in a basic hostel in Santa Maria and Santa Teresa
  • 1 night in a Hotel in Aguas Calientes. Sierra Andina brand (Andina, Presidente) based on either sharing a room; double, matrimonial or triple depending on availability. SIA brand rooms all include private bathrooms with hot showers and Wi-Fi.
  • Machu Picchu guided tour (2 hrs.) and free time for you
  • Two bus tickets Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu
  • One train ticket from Machu Picchu Pueblo to Ollantaytambo village (Expedition Tourist Train)
  • First aid kit & oxygen
  • All local taxes “Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu”

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu Does Not Included

  • US$ 25. Huayna Picchu MOUNTAIN.
  • Breakfast on day one, Lunch on day 4
  • Tips
  • Optional River rafting: $ 35 per biker (in Santa Maria, class III & IV).

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu Bring

  • Medium size backpack” Eagle Creek Afar Backpack –appropriate pack (to carry your personal belongings).
  • Original passport (International Student Identity Card “ISIC” is applicable).
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended but not required).
  • 1 Warm jacket/Sports clothing for sunny days
  • Light trekking shoes, shorts, and swimsuit
  • Comfortable clothing for Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu
  • Windbreaker (It can be cold in the high Andes even if it is sunny.)
  • Rain poncho (Rainy season December to March)
  • 2 pairs of Trekking pants (not jeans), 1 hiking, 1 cotton–which is just enough. Please spray both pairs with an insect repellent spray  before the trip.
  • 3 pairs of underwear, 4 pairs of socks (Bamboo or cotton/nylon-blend socks dry faster than 100 percent cotton, which lose their softness when air-dried.) It is nice to have a couple of extra pairs of socks to change into at night when you’re not hiking. Also, we recommend bringing both really heavy hiking socks and lighter socks as well. The weather is variable, so you want to make sure you’re not too cold or too hot.
  • 2 t-shirts, 2 long sleeve shirts “Inca Jungle Biking Machu Picchu Trip”
  • Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended).
  • Bug spray with 30% DEET in it–which you need, but it doesn’t work very well. The issue with Cusco outdoor is that most of the bugs are not mosquitoes. They are these small flies you can’t even see that leave weird bites that first look like you pricked your finger and then blow up into itchy red bumps. Unfortunately, these bugs seem to bite you no matter what kind of spray you put on, so bringing some anti-itch medication can be helpful.
  • Re-usable plastic or metal water container or a hydration pack such as Camel back (for Machu Picchu)
  • Flip flops to change into at night–your toes will thank you!
  • Toiletries: toothbrush, toothpaste/floss, shampoo/conditioner, brush/comb, vaseline (great for potential foot blisters), feminine hygiene products, deodorant, nail clippers/file/tweezers, spare glasses and/or prescription, mini-eyeglass repair kit, contact lenses and supplies if needed, hand sanitizer, etc. Bring what you need, but pack light for your Amazing Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu!
  • Medication (Imodium AD or something for your stomach. Some people get an upset stomach on the trek. With 3 to 8 hours of hiking each day, you need to get over whatever the day throws at you quickly, so bring some meds.)
  • Plastic bags for dirty and wet clothes “Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu”.
  • Extra money for drinks, tips, etc (USD$).
  • Emergency money at least 350 – 450 extra soles (USD$ 150).

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu 4D

    • 4 Bikers: US$ 630. per person
    • 5 Bikers: US$ 620. per person
    • 6 Bikers: US$ 600. per person
    • 7 Bikers: US$ 580. per person
    • 8 to + Bikers: US$ 550. per person

Kondor Path Tours HOW TO BOOK

Inka Jungle Trail Biking Machu Picchu 4 Days 3 Nights WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED without a completed booking form and deposit sent to kondorpathtours@gmail.com. There is a $200 per person deposit needed. Inca Jungle Biking Machu Picchu Trip deposits are fully non-refundable. We accept payments through PayPal which will incur a 6% merchant fee paid by the traveler, we will email you your booking invoice and confirmation once your information and deposit are received.







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