Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days

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Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days


Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days OVERVIEW Is this hiking right for me? AT A GLANCE Day 1: Cusco to Malaga Pass – Biking Ride to Huamanmarca – Santa Teresa Hot spring Day 2: Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu Guided Tour – Return to Cusco Why you will love this Inca Jungle 2 […]

2-Day Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu through the jungle of Cusco

Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days is the shorter version of all the INCA JUNGLES to save time on outdoor vacations and extend it to other outstanding circuits in the Andes. Enjoy a spectacular tour through the jungle of Machu Picchu. On the first day, we experience a bike ride through the Malaga Pass, and in the afternoon, we relax in the thermal baths of Cocalmayo de Santa Teresa.

How is the tourist circuit of the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days? We explore the Andes and the cloud forest and, by sectors, the tropical zone until we reach Machu Picchu via Santa Teresa, Hidroeléctrica, and Aguas Calientes. Enjoy the lightning tour of the Inca Jungle Trek for 2 Days in the region of Cusco, Peru.

Overview

Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days OVERVIEW

Is this hiking right for me? AT A GLANCE

  • Day 1: Cusco to Malaga Pass – Biking Ride to Huamanmarca – Santa Teresa Hot spring
  • Day 2: Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu Guided Tour – Return to Cusco

Why you will love this Inca Jungle 2 Days

  • Explore the 2-Day Inca Jungle Trek in all its astonishment
  • We are direct operators in the adventure of Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days; you will always be hiking with Kondor Path Tour.
  • Seek adventures that open your mind.
  • Adventure more, worry less.
Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days

Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days

Itinerary

DETAILED ITINERARY of Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days to Machu Picchu

Over time, the Inca Jungle tourist route became one of the exciting attractions for vacationers who explore the jungle of Cusco before conquering the marvelous Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. With splendid and spectacular thermal water pools, the towns of Santa María and Santa Teresa are the preferred destination for many nature lovers with outdoor adventures. Dress up the Cusco region on your next vacation by reaching Machu Picchu through the southeastern jungle of Peru.

Day 01: Cusco – Malaga Pass – Santa Maria – Santa Teresa Hot spring   

The Inca Jungle 3 Days expedition departs from Cusco at 06:00 towards the northwest of the city of Cusco; we pass the Anta plain to descend towards the Pomatales ravine, enter the Sacred Valley and then ascend towards the Malaga Pass. We carry out the bicycle circuit from the cloud forest heights down to the CARRIZALES sector arriving at HUAMANMARCA. We have two and a half hours on the road cycling.

IMPORTANT about the circuit of the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days

  • Our bicycle guide provides information on the use of bicycles, precautions, and how to descend the mountain. We must also be careful with the Quillabamba jungle and CUSCO vehicles. Keep to the right side of the road while riding your bikes; our tourist vehicle is the last to descend the mountain to support the cyclists if the visitors have any inconvenience.

Upon arrival at the town of Huamanmarca (END OF THE BICYCLE CIRCUIT), load the bicycles on top of the vehicle to transport them to SANTA MARIA. In Santa María, we have lunch at a tourist restaurant. We board a truck or other local vehicle to travel to SANTA TERESA in the afternoon. In Santa Teresa, we have basic tourist accommodation; then we take another local car to go to the thermal baths of COCALMAYO and enjoy a spectacular, relaxing bath.

Brief description of the bike tour and the thermal baths of Santa Teresa

  • Start time of the land trip from Cusco to Malaga Pass: 06:30 am
    • Travel time: 3.0 hours (Cusco – Abra Malaga)
  • Distance by bike: 45km. / 27.9 miles
    • Cycling time: 2.5 hours and a half, approximately
  • Climate: Cold at first and then hot
  • Trip start time from Santa Maria to Santa Teresa (1203m/3946ft.): At 13:30
    • Travel time from Santa Maria to Santa Teresa: 60 minutes “local transport”
  • Accommodation: Basic Hostel in Santa Teresa (1575 meters/5,167 feet)
    • Travel time from Santa Teresa to the thermal baths of Cocalmayo: 16:00
  • Maximum Altitude: 4,349 meters / 14,268 feet
  • Minimum altitude: 1203 meters above sea level. / 3,946 feet
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Day 02: Santa Teresa – Hydroelectric – Machu Picchu – PM Return to Cusco via POROY

DEPARTURES FROM SANTA TERESA in a local transport at 06:20 to go to Hidroeléctrica “Approximately 35 minutes of travel” We arrive at Hidroeléctrica at 07:00, an ideal time to wait and board the train service at a convenient time before STARTING THE TRAVEL BY TRAIN TO AGUAS CALIENTES.

At 7:40, the Hydroelectric train leaves for Aguas Calientes (the trip takes 30 minutes bordering the Machu Picchu Sanctuary and the side of the Urubamba River); we arrive at the AGUAS CALIENTES train station at 08:34.

We have adequate time to explore Aguas Calientes town so that at 10:15, we board the bus service to go to Machu Picchu. OUR GUIDED TOUR starts at 11:00 in the morning. For two hours, we visit the beautiful Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. In the afternoon, we board the tourist train back to Cusco.

EXPLORERS THANK YOU VERY MUCH for choosing the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days; to get to Machu Picchu through the jungle of Cusco. See you on your next vacation in PERU, SOUTH AMERICA.

FINAL DAY ADVENTURE SUMMARY

  • Departure time from Santa Teresa: At 06:20, trip by local vehicle to Hydroelectric
  • Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
  • Train service information: [Inbound journey]
    • Train company: PERU RAIL
    • Service: HIDROELÉCTRICA – MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO (30 minutes of a train ride).
    • Class: 72
    • Departure: 07:54
    • At Station: 07:30 – Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board.
    • Aguas Calientes arrival: 08:34

Machu Picchu Activities

  • Bus service to Machu Picchu (up and down)
  • Two-hour guided tour “Machu Picchu AT 11am
  • In the afternoon, board your train service to the POROY train station.

Train service information: [Inbound journey]

  • Train company: PERU RAIL
  • Service: MACHUPICCHU– POROY (03 hours and 50 minutes of train ride).
  • Class: EXPEDITION 34
  • Departure: 15:20
  • At Station: 14:50 – Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board.
  • Poroy arrival: 19:05
  • Cusco arrival by transport: 19:35

When you get to the POROY train station, be met at the train arrivals area. Just look for a KONDOR PATH TOURS sign with your name.” Group name: Explorers of the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days 🙂

Inclusions

INCLUSION for Inca Jungle Hike 2 Days

  • Inca Jungle experiences to Machu Picchu.
    Experienced local guide during the two days of the expedition.
  • The following meals: 02 breakfasts, 0 lunches, and 01 dinner (vegetarian options).
  • ONE DAY-1:
    • Tourist transport from Cusco to Ollantaytambo – Abra Málaga – Santa Teresa.
    • A Bike with front suspension, gloves and helmet, and safety equipment.
  • Local transportation from Santa María to Santa Teresa and Cocalmayo Hot spring
  • Entrance passes to enter the thermal baths of Cocalmayo for 02 hours
  • 01 night in Santa Teresa (shared room) WIFI – hot water.
  • ON DAY-2:
    • AM Local transportation service from Santa Teresa to Hidroeléctrica
    • Train from Hydro to Aguas Calientes by PERU RAIL: Service: HIDROELÉCTRICA – MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO. Class: 72 – Departure: 07:54
    • Machu Picchu Bus service (up and down)
    • Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu at 11:00
      • Guided tour in Machu Picchu for two hours.
    • Train service by PERURAIL: Inbound Journey: MACHU PICCHU to POROY; Class: EXPEDITION 34 at 15:20
    • Private transfer from POROY to CUSCO
  • A first aid kit.
  • Local taxes

Is it not included in the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days circuit?

  • Private room in Santa Teresa or Aguas Calientes
  • Water and snacks for excursions
  • Tips for the entire crew (guides and driver, etc.) everything is well received with all love for the services of Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days 01 night.

Travel Facts

Travel facts Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days 01 nights

Frequently asked questions about the Inca Jungle

What is the weather like on the Inca Jungle tour?

The weather in the Inca Jungle changes a lot, especially on the first day; however, the weather is hot in Santa Maria, Santa Teresa, and Aguas Calientes.

All these towns are at a lower altitude than Cusco and are not above 2400 meters above sea level. The temperature varies during the year between 10°C and 25 °C. On the biking section, you should wear a raincoat.

What is the best time to visit Machu Picchu?

The best time to visit Machu Picchu through the Inca Jungle is between March and November.

How difficult is the Inca Jungle biking tour?

Although it may seem like it, this biking section is not difficult, but we always recommend that our passengers experience riding a bike. All this to have a better experience. However, we recommend our passengers have some biking experience.

Do I need the experience to do the Inca Jungle?

No biking, rafting, or ziplining experience is necessary. But if you decide that you can’t handle any more activities, you can let our guide know and do other activities, take an alternative route, or rest.

When should I book the Inca Jungle Trek?

While it is true that the Inca Jungle Trek never sells out, it is necessary to make your reservation in advance to buy your tickets to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain.

These tickets sell out quickly, and booking is necessary approximately two months before departure. It is also essential to organize your trip with other activities and organize everything well.

How much does it cost to enjoy the hot springs?

In Santa Teresa – Cocalmayo, you will find the best hot springs; it only costs SOLES 10 or 3.5 US dollars.

How difficult is the Inca Jungle hike on the second day?

It is not that difficult. It is a medium-exercise hike. However, we recommend taking only what you need for the trek. A light backpack is more comfortable for hiking in this area.

How much money do I need to bring for the Inca Jungle?

For this Inca Jungle adventure tour, 300 soles or 100 US dollars. This is because sometimes you may need money for water, snacks, extra drinks, or any emergency.

How challenging is the Inca Jungle adventure from Machu Picchu Pueblo or Machu Picchu?

It is a one-and-a-half-hour hike. The first part is 30 minutes flat, then a 1-hour climb to Machu Picchu.

What time does Machu Picchu open and close?

The lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, opens at 6:00 am and closes at 5:00 pm.

How long do people usually stay at Machu Picchu?

Usually, people stay at Machu Picchu for 5 hours and then prefer to go to Aguas Calientes for lunch or spend some time in town.

Do you serve vegetarian food at the Inca Jungle?

You can read our Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Picchu Differences

Can I leave my luggage at the Inca Jungle offices?

Of course, you can leave your luggage in our offices. You can bring it to your briefing or get it when you are picked up for your trek. The driver will take it back to our offices. You can also arrange to be dropped off at your hotel once you return from the Inca Jungle Trek.

Why do I have to come to the briefing?

For the Inca Jungle tour, it is essential to meet your professional guide; during this briefing, your guide will give you the necessary information about the trek, and you will be able to complete the reservation payment, make some additional payments, and make some prior arrangements.

How much should I tip the Inca Jungle Trek team?

Tipping is at your discretion but is always appreciated.

How many people will be in my Inca Jungle group?

Groups are usually 10 to 12 people. This also depends on the time of year. The maximum is 12 people, and the minimum is 2.

What is the difference between private and shared tours? Why should I choose the private option?

When traveling on our private tour option, the tour will be more at your pace than that of your friends or family. This tour is perfect for couples, families, or groups of friends. You will have your cook and guide, meaning the hike is more personalized and tailored to your needs.

PRICE LIST

Cost Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days 01 nights

PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2023. We carry out the Inca Jungle Trek 2 Days as a private service.

  • 02 participants $. “Prices reduce if there are more people in your group.”
  • 03 participants $.
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  • 05 participants $.
  • 06 participants $.
  • 07 participants $.
  • 08 participants + $.

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