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Inca Jungle Tour to Machu Picchu

4 Days / 3 Nights

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Biking, Hike



4 Days / 3 Nights



4,200 mts


Machu Picchu, Cusco

Difficulty Level




4 Days / 3 Nights


Biking, Hike



4,200 mts


Machu Picchu, Cusco


The Inca Jungle Experience 4 Days and 3 Nights, has been designed for those with a passion for nature and a thirst for adventure. This spectacular activity immerses you in an exciting journey that, from day one, connects you with the natural beauty and rich culture of each place you explore, culminating in the astonishing World Wonder of Machu Picchu.

This experience becomes a treasure trove of emotions and stories to be engraved in our memory. The trail is adorned with lush flora and fauna, revealing that nature is the best remedy for the pressures and tensions of daily life.

This adventure is tailored for those in optimal health conditions to face the challenges of this experience. It can be undertaken individually to meet new people, as a couple or with friends to share emotions, or as a family to create unforgettable memories together.

Allow yourself to be inspired by the testimonials of travelers who, like you, have found an unforgettable source of memories in this experience. Discover the authenticity of the Inca Jungle Experience and take with you experiences that will last forever in your heart.

Why book this tour?

  • Experience the thrill of biking downhill from Abra Málaga.
  • Enjoy the tranquil hot springs of Cocalmayo, an oasis of peace amid nature.
  • Immerse yourself in an authentic experience alongside the friendly local communities of Santa Teresa and Santa María.
  • Taste the Novoandina gastronomy and local dishes that will delight your palate.
  • Capture the most special moments from the Guardian’s House, capturing breathtaking views.
  • Explore the mysteries of the ancient Intihuatana and discover its significance in Inca culture.
  • Be part of responsible and sustainable tourism with us, leaving a positive impact on each journey.
  • Let yourself be captivated by the rich and fascinating Inca culture and immerse yourself in its history that comes alive before your eyes.


Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga – Santa Maria

  • 7:15- 11:30 a.m. Transfer by bus from Cusco to Abra Malaga.
  • 11:50-1:15 Start of the guided biking adventure.
  • 1:30-2:30 Lunchtime along the route.
  • Time for different activities such as canoeing or rafting after lunch, for an approximate of 1 hour and 20 minutes for which you should bring swimwear, sandals to enter the river, personal towel (optional activity on your own).

  • Night in an upgraded room

Day 2: Santa Maria – Santa Teresa

  • 6:00-10:40 a.m. Hiking tour in Santa Maria.
  • 11:00-12:00 Lunch at a restaurant in Quellomayo.
  • 12:15-1:30 Walk to the hot springs in Santa Teresa.
  • Optional Activity: You may relax in the hot springs in Santa Teresa.
  • 2:45-5:00 Walking tour to the town of Santa Teresa.
  • Night in an upgraded room

Day 3: Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes Town

  • 7:00 a.m.-11:00 Ziplining activity (Optional activity on your own). Transfer to Hidroeléctrica.
  • At noon we will have lunch and at about 1:00 p.m. we will continue walking to Aguas Calientes.
  • 1:30 – 4:00 pm Guided walk from Hidroeléctrica to Aguas Calientes.
  • Hotel night in Aguas Calientes

Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machupicchu – Cusco 

  • 8:00- 9:00 a.m. Bus ride from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu.
  • 9:00-11:00 a.m.Tour of the main attractions within the Machu Picchu Sanctuary. After the tour, return by bus to Aguas Calientes and have free time for lunch at a tourist restaurant (Courtesy of the company).
  • 2:30-5:30 p.m. Return train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (Voyager Service).
  • 5:30-7:20 Private transport from Ollantaytambo to your hotel in Cusco. 
  • Hotel night in Cusco (Request your reservation with us).

*Note: Timings are indicative and may vary based on entry availability.

  • Cocalmayo: Located next to the Urubamba River and a small mountain, this is the perfect spot for visitors on the journey to enjoy a well-deserved break in these pools fed by natural thermal springs, surrounded by diverse vegetation. There are three pools of different sizes with temperatures between 38 and 44 ºC. There are also cold showers with water coming from the Uripata lagoon, providing a refreshing experience.

Machupicchu: Explore the most iconic corners of Machu Picchu, where each structure tells a unique story. From the impressive Guardian’s House to the enigmatic Condor Temple. The places we will visit in our experience may vary depending on the type of ticket and circuit we choose. However, the most important points we will explore on the circuits are the following:

  • Guardián’s House: Located in the highest area of the Inca citadel, its purpose was to oversee access and control the agricultural and urban areas. It offers a panoramic view of the citadel and the ancient Inca Trail. With three walls and wide windows in the central area, it used to have roofs made of ichu grass.
  • Llacta Punku: Functioned as the entrance to the urban sector, marked by a deep excavation. It connects from the cemetery to the peripheral neighborhoods via an extensive staircase. It had a point system to secure a wooden door, although it wasn’t a security measure as access to the city could be gained through other routes.
  • Ceremonial Plaza: Comprised of enclosures around a square courtyard, it stands out for its polygonal walls and precise assembly of stone pieces. Notably, it features three windows and two niches on each side, presumably serving a religious function. Adjacent to this area is a distinct enclosure known as the Priest’s House.
  • Temple of the Sun: A finely polished two-story structure, with a semi-subterranean section and a prominent semicircular wall on the second level. It was used for religious ceremonies, especially during the solstices in June and December. The tower’s windows align with the winter and summer solstices.
  • Temple of the Three Windows: Noteworthy for its three polygonal walls and three windows on each end. It had both a magical-religious and aesthetic function, and numerous ceramic objects and a possible carved figure of a llama were discovered.
  • Main Temple: An imposing structure with three walls, each piece meticulously crafted. The central wall stands out at a dimension of 11 meters. Behind it is another enclosure, possibly for religious use, with stones showing up to 32 angles, giving it an enigmatic significance.
  • Intihuatana: Located in one of the highest areas of the Urban Zone, it’s a monumental sculpture carved into a 66 cm tall column. Related to the sun and mountains, it served to interpret the sun’s movement during different periods of the year.
  • Sacred Rock: A carved stone resembling a mountain, strategically placed on the path to Huayna Picchu Mountain. It features two huayrana-type spaces, tall and opposing roofs. Its location is crucial as it sits along the path to significant sites like Huayna Picchu and the Temple of the Moon.
  • Water Mirrors: Refers both to the enclosure where they’re located and the structures on-site. It was a broad area with a single access door, attributed as an Acllahuasi or House of Select Women dedicated to spinning, cooking, and preparing chicha for the elite.
  • Condor Temple: Constructed utilizing irregular forms and over a cave that was used ceremonially. The condor was a revered animal in Inca times and was associated with the divinity of the mountains. The complex presents a variety of enclosed and open environments distributed across one and two levels.
  • Water Sources: The complex boasts an impressive staircase alongside 16 meticulously crafted waterfalls, fed by a spring in the heights of Machu Picchu. Channels skillfully carved in polygonal blocks and another channel at the summit collect rain filtrations and direct them to the main channel.

What’s included?


  • Professional, bilingual Tour Guide. 
  • All transfers from and to your hotel.
  • Bus: Cusco-Abra Malaga-Santa Maria.
  • Train: Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo.
  • Bus: Ollantaytambo – Cusco.
  • Bikes and Biking gear.
  • Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu.
  • Family House Accommodation: Staying in family homes each night for a more natural experience as the places are basic.
  • 3-star hotel in Aguas Calientes: 1 night with private bathroom, hot water, comfortable rooms, Wi-Fi, luggage storage, and next day’s breakfast (Double or Twin/Single room).
  • Meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner). (Lunch on day 4 is not included).
  • Oxygen bottle, First-Aid kit.
  • Vegetarian food on request at no extra cost!

NoT IncluDeD

  • International or domestic flights.
  • Foods not mentioned: These may be requested.
  • Entrance ticket: For the Huaynapicchu mountain.
  • Tips or extra expenses.


Is it advisable to do the tour without a travel agency?

It’s not recommended to do the tour without a travel agency. Given the route’s complexity, the most comfortable option is through a formal and authorized travel agency like TOUR IN PERU. This is due to the difficulty level of the journey, the need for provisions, and the importance of having a guide who can provide insights into the knowledge, history, and traditions along the Inca Jungle route.

What are the highlights of the Inka Jungle tour?

Highlights include the downhill bike descent from Abra Málaga, the Cocalmayo hot springs, interaction with local communities in Santa Teresa and Santa María, and Machu Picchu.

Do I need previous experience in cycling or trekking to participate?

Previous experience in cycling or trekking isn’t necessary, but having an adequate level of physical fitness to handle the activities included in the itinerary is important.

What's the weather like on the Inka Jungle route and what clothing should I bring?

The weather can be varied, with the possibility of rain. It’s recommended to bring comfortable, waterproof clothing and layers to adapt to different weather conditions.

What's the physical difficulty level of the Inka Jungle experience?

The Inka Jungle experience can be challenging, as it involves activities like cycling and trekking on diverse terrains. A moderate level of physical fitness is required.

What safety measures are taken during the tour?

Tour operators typically implement safety measures such as providing specialized guides, and appropriate equipment, and following established protocols to ensure the participants’ safety.

Is it necessary to have travel insurance to participate in this experience?

It’s highly recommended to have travel insurance that covers adventure activities and potential medical contingencies during the Inka Jungle experience.

What's the best travel season?

Cusco has two annual seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. The latter, spanning from March to October, is the ideal time for all types of tourism. During this period, the Cusco skies turn blue, and rainfall is scarce, providing optimal conditions to fully enjoy the tours.

These tips and key details will help you plan your travel experience well and make the most of your visit in each season.

What to bring?


Rain poncho, waterproof jacket, T-shirts, Woolen cap, sun hat, ear muffs, Trousers, shorts, swimsuit, Underwear, socks, Gloves, scarf, Sneakers, trekking shoes, sandals.

Health and Care

Sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repelent, sun hat, Small towel, Bottled water, Personal medication.

Useful Items

Passport, Cash in soles, Camera, charging cord, Extra batteries.

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