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4 Days / 3 Nights
Availability : Jan - Dec
Machu Picchu
Min Age : 12+

The Best of Our Inca Jungle Trek

There are many ways to Trek to Machu Picchu and one of the most exciting treks is the Inca Jungle Trek. Inca Jungle Tour is very popular among young adventure travelers because it combines trekking with many other fun activities. Discover Inca Jungle Tours and the Peruvian Miracle of Machu Picchu.

This Machu Picchu Jungle Trek combines the classic experience of the high Andes with the warmth of the valley in the tropical jungle. You will love traveling along the Inca Jungle Trail. In all the world, this is the most popular route to Machu Picchu and is highly appreciated by trekkers and lovers of adventure sports.

During the Inka Jungle Tour, you can enjoy Mountain Biking, Trekking, Zip-lining and River Rafting. According to the latest reports, this Cusco Jungle Tour is the favorite route of travelers visiting Machu Picchu. If you like nature and enjoy having adrenaline-filled experiences, then this trekking tour is ideal for you.

Machu Picchu is definitely one the most visited destinations in South America. There are a lot of different treks being offered, but if you are looking for fun-filled and action-packed expeditions, then the Inka Jungle Trek from Cusco is just the one for you! Experience Zip-lining, Mountain Biking and Whitewater Rafting as you live a once-in-a-lifetime dream journey to the Majestic Citadel of the Incas, Machupicchu.

Travel this extreme Trekking Route in Peru along ancient trails like the one that Hiram Bingham traveled when he first arrived at Machu Picchu. Perhaps the most wonderful experience that you will have during the Inca Jungle Trek 4 Days is the view on the final day of the Inca’s god, Inti, appearing over the jagged Andean peaks. After the fun adventures of the Inca Jungle Trip, stand in Machupicchu and welcome the Sun into your Heart.


  • Type of Tourism: Trekking, Biking, Cultural, Nature and Ecotourism.
  • Overnight: Basic hotel for 2 nights and the third night is at the 3-star Jaya Hotel in Machu Picchu.
  • Duration: 4 Days and 3 Nights.
  • Type of Service: We only operate this alternative jungle trek in private service.
  • Time of year: April through December is the best time of year to make this trek. January, February and March are rainy season months, and you might get wet.

For both your security and ours, all of our Inca Jungle Trek Tours are private tours. January, February and March are rainy season months. One of the advantages of the rainy season is there are fewer tourists. Another advantage is that everything is incredibly green.

For 2019 – 2020 it is recommended that you book your Inca Jungle Trek as early as possible, especially if you are travelling during the high season (May – September). As long as you make your reservations early, we can guarantee you the very best of everything that is available along this route. That would include the best guide and the finest transportation from Cusco to Abra Malaga. Another reason for reserving early is that the Machu Picchu entrance tickets and the return Expedition Train tickets would be available at the most convenient hours. Then way we can guarantee you the absolutely finest service.

Included on Our Inca Jungle Tours

  • Your briefing at your hotel the day before beginning the Machu Picchu Jungle Tour.
  • Pick up at your hotel in Cusco by your local professional guide.
  • Private transportation from Cusco to the Malaga Pass (elevation: 4316 masl).
  • Local guide who specializes in mountain biking and who speaks English or whatever alternative language is required.
  • A mountain bike with a strong suspension and equipped with security features for each rider.
  • 3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 3 suppers. (If you would like vegetarian food, or a special diet, please let us know in advance).
  • 2 nights at basic hostals while you are on the Jungle Trek.
  • 1 night at the 3-star Jaya Hotel in the town of Aguas Calientes.
  • Entrance ticket into the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu.
  • 3-hour private guided tour of Machu Picchu.
  • Round trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu and back.
  • One special a la carte lunch at the excellent Cafe Inkaterra in the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel on day four.
  • Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Poroy or Ollantaytambo. This train ticket is Expedition class, but can be upgraded to the Vistadome class for $ 65.00 USD per person. The train leaves Aguas Calientes station at 3:20 pm.
  • Private transportation from Ollantaytambo or Poroy train station to your hotel in Cusco.
  • First aid kit, and oxygen bottles for emergencies.

Not Included on Our Inca Jungle Trail

  • Meals that are not specifically mentioned in the Inca Jungle Trekking Tour program (Please let us know if you would like any extra meals included).
  • Additional expenses such as treatment for altitude problems, flight cancelations or last-minute train tickets purchased before your scheduled return to Cusco.
  • Extra charges incurred by the customer during the Inka Jungle Trip.
  • The last dinner on the way back to Cusco.
  • Tips to our team members for the trek. (TIPS).

Huayna Picchu Mountain: Huayna Picchu is the mountain that you view on all the postcards of Machu Picchu. It takes 1 hour to hike to the top. Going back down is quite steep. This would be done after your guided tour of Machu Picchu. If you are scared of heights, this climb is not recommended for you. The cost is $ 75.00 USD per person. The reservations for this fun activity need to be made at least three months in advance due to high demand. Only 400 tickets are sold for this Huayna Picchu Hike. 200 tickets are sold for the 7:00 am. time slot, and 200 tickets are sold for the 10:00 am. time slot.

Travel Recommendations for Our Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu


  • Your passport (mandatory) and your student ID card, if you used your ISIC Card to make the purchase.
  • Information about your personal travel insurance and about your airplane flight times.
  • Cash money, as in many of the places that you will visit debit cards or credit cards are not accepted.
  • Waterproof clothing for rainy days, and warm clothes for cold weather.
  • Long pants, and long sleeve sweaters and shirts and comfortable hiking footwear.
  • Changes of clothes appropriate for the amount of days that you are traveling, preferably light weight clothes.
  • Warm gloves, wide brimmed hat, bathing suit and small towel. Sandals and personal hygiene items.
  • Sun block, sun glasses, head mounted flash light, and belt pouch.
  • Insect repellent cream.
  • Anti-bacterial towels, and personal medication. Small first aid kit. Bring your doctor’s prescriptions if you are taking any medications.
  • Water proof backpack.
  • Camera with spare cards and batteries.
  • A small backpack for the trek.
  • Rain gear if you travel between December and April.
  • Walking sticks to make hiking easier.
  • Walking sticks. You could rent these at our office for the price of $ 22.00 USD for the 4 days.

Prices for Our Inca Jungle Tours

Optional Extras
  • 02 travelers: $ 599.00
  • 03 – 04 travelers: $ 575.04
  • 05 – 06 travelers: $ 551.08
  • +7 travelers: $ 527.12

*Prices in USD per Person.

  • Students (ISIC Student Card Required): $ 20.00
  • Adolescents from Ages 11 to 17: $ 20.00
  • Upgrade from the EXPEDITION train to the VISTADOME train: $ 65.00. Upgrade from EXPEDITION the Belmond Hiram Bingham $ 445.00 USD per person.

Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu Itinerary

Day 1:From Cusco to Malaga Pass by Bus | Biking From Malaga Pass to Santa María

We will pick you up at your hotel between 6:30 and 7:00 am. Then you will set out for Malaga Pass which is at an elevation of 4316 masl. From Cusco to Malaga Pass you will ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and above Ollantaytambo.

Before you start Mountain Biking you will have a training session about bike riding with your professional guide. Then you will have an adventure-filled experience as you wind your way down to the roaring river at Wamanmarca. It is about a 3-hour bike ride down through the clouds and through a range of different climate zones. From Wamanmarca you will continue your trip by bus until you reach Santa Maria where you will have lunch.

After lunch you will have free time so you can relax or you can try out another type of adventure sport such as river rafting on the Urubamba River. This adventure sport activity is optional. There would be an additional charge of $ 35.00 USD per person. This money has to be paid directly to the local rafting operator.

The people who choose to go rafting will be taken to the rafting camp on the Urubamba River. Here you will receive detailed instructions about this adventure activity and about the safety equipment which includes helmets and life jackets. In the raft you will accompanied by a professional guide, and a rescue boat will follow your raft.

Depending on the season, the River has between class III and class III+ rapids with exciting speed and some turbulence. Everything is controlled and supervised by experienced guides, certified in extreme sports, who have excellent knowledge of the local geography, climate and environment.

In the evening you’ll have supper and get a good night’s sleep.

Day 2:Hike from Santa María to Santa Teresa

Day Two will be a spectacular day of hiking along the Inka Jungle Trail. Breakfast will be a little before at 7am. and then you will ride in a mini-van for 20 minutes until you reach the trail-head for the path through the forest. On this beautiful pathway you will pass by coffee and fruit plantations were local people will be happy to sell you some of that products. There will be all different kinds of tropical fruits, coffee, chocolate, and other drinks. Your guide will point out to you and explain about the different qualities and curative properties of the medicinal plants which the locals use to alleviate certain sicknesses.

Just before midday you reach an amazing viewpoint where you can see all down the valley and take some beautiful photos. From this high pass you will walk along an ancient Inkan pathway paved with Inkan stones until you come to small village where you will eat lunch. When lunch is finished there will be time for a good break before you begin hiking along the Urubamba River in the direction of Santa Teresa. Before arriving at Santa Teresa, you will stop at the Cocalmayo Hot Springs which are some of the nicest hot springs in the Cusco region. There are three pools with different water temperatures and the water is crystal clear. After relaxing in the warm water, you will ride into the town at Santa Teresa where you can eat dinner and get a good night’s sleep.

Day 3:Hike fron Santa Teresa to Hidroeléctrica. Finally we arrive at Aguas Calientes

After breakfast, before you start hiking to Hidroelectrica, you will have the opportunity to go zip-lining. There would be an additional charge of $ 35.00 USD per person. This money has to be paid directly to the local zip line operator. There are 5 separate zip line cables and zip-lining takes about an hour and a half. So, after zip-lining you would ride to Hidroelectrica instead of walking along the bus road. You can eat lunch when you arrive at Hidroelectrica and take a relaxing break after lunch before you begin the three-hour hike to Aguas Calientes.

This part of the trek follows the railroad track, and once again there will be incredible views of Machupicchu above you. When you arrive in Aguas Calientes, you will check into your hotel and enjoy a well-deserved rest. Finally, in the evening you will eat dinner, and then your guide will come give you some important last-minute tips concerning your trip the following morning up to Machu Picchu, the 7th Wonder of the World.

Day 4:Machu Picchu Guided tour and Return to Cusco

This will be a very special day, as it is the day that you will visit one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Therefore, you will have to get a very early start. After breakfast you will board the bus that will take you up to the Incan Citadel. You could also hike up if you choose. The hike up takes an hour and a half. The bus ride takes a half an hour.

You will enter the site before sunrise so you can witness the incredible sight of the sun coming up over this peaceful, magical place. Then you will have a 3-hour private, guided tour on which you will visit the most important points of interest. After the guided tour, there will be free time to explore the ruins on your own, and visit the Gate of the Sun or the Inka’s Bridge. Take some fantastic photos which you will be sure to treasure when you return home.

In the afternoon you will return to Aguas Calientes where you´ll eat lunch at Café Inka Terra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel and then catch the train to Ollantaytambo or to Poroy which is closer to Cusco. In Ollantaytambo or Poroy our team will pick you up with our private van and drive you back to your hotel in Cusco. There you can enjoy your rest and reflect on the past 4 adventure-filled and fun-packed days.

Map and Highlights of Our Inka Jungle Trek

Jungle Trek Machu Picchu Photos

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Christine Smith

Couple Traveller

This Inca jungle trail was a really fun adventure. The accent was on Fun. It seems like everyone was having the time of their lives, even our guide, David. First, we got to go Mountain Biking (all downhill). Then we went river rafting. We also got to soak in the hot springs and totally relax. And we just loved Zip-lining.

Machu Picchu for dessert was a great experience. Nothing too serious. Lots of fun times. I would love to go again.

May 1, 2019

Robert Wynn

Group Traveller

I really had a fun time. The level of difficulty is not too bad. So it is more or less a relaxing trek And to get to see Machu Picchu is the absolute best.

May 10, 2018