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Cusco to Machu Picchu 4-Day Inca Jungle Adventure with Rafting

From US$469.00
Highlights
  • An action-filled 4-day trek to the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu
  • Mountain bike, zipline, and raft through the jungle
  • Enjoy this as an alternative to the famous Inca Trail
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4-Day Inca Jungle Adventure to Machu Picchu Including Mountain Biking, Rafting and Zipline
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4-Day Inca Jungle Adventure to Machu Picchu Including Mountain Biking, Rafting and Zipline
US$469.00
Overview
If you’re looking for an action-packed trip to Peru then this 4-day, 3-night trek has everything you need. Engage in a lot of fun activities such as hiking, zip lining, mountain biking, and white water rafting while following some of the traditional hiking paths to Machu Picchu. This unforgettable experience is jam-packed with incredible scenery, ancient ruins, and tons of adventure.
What to Expect

Start the tour with mountain biking atop Malaga mountain (4,350 meters) and a 3-hour descent through meadows, streams, and small villages until the town of Huamanmarca. Enjoy a quick lunch before embarking on a 2-hour rafting trip through class III and IV rapids on the Urubamba River.

Day two begins bright and early with a trek along the river before climbing up towards the original Inca trail and enjoying the rich ecosystems that these landscapes have to offer. View the valley and river below before descending 2.5 hours to the town of Qellomayo for lunch. Continue hiking towards the Cocalmayu hot springs for about 3 hours, strolling past farms and waterfalls.

Explore more of the Urubamba valley on the third day and zip line through the trees to Santa Maria before embarking on the final stretch to the ancient citadel. A bus and a short train ride will bring you to the small village of Aguas Calientes, at the base of Machu Picchu.

An early morning wake up call ensures you will be at the top of the Machu Picchu at dawn and enjoy a short, guided walking tour before catching the train back to Cusco.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Best experience in Peru!

Wow! What a tour! We were lucky enough to not only be in a small group, but just a friend of mine and me! And of course our guide, Jonathan, a legend in the making! He organized everything just perfectly and was one of the...More

Thank Alois S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Machu Picchu... a cherry on top of a huge cake

Recently myself and my wife visited Peru and Bolivia on our honeymoon. To the end we left Machu Picchu which we decide to get there on a different way: Biking, Rafting, Trekking with some hot baths in the middle and a enormous amount of adrenaline...More

Thank DiogoAlves14
Alex Marco H, Gerente at Inkayni Peru Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Dear Diogo, Thank you so much for your commentary and recommendation. It was a pleasure to able to help you in the organization of your trip to Peru. Our guide Guido thanks you your review, it helps him to continue improving. We hope you come...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Machu Picchu trek

We had the best trip to Machu Picchu with Inka Jungle trek. Our whole family loved biking, rafting, zip lining, and hiking. The best part was our amazing guide, Guido! rafting, zip lining, and hiking. The best part was our amazing guide, Guido! He took...More

Thank Sherpa549198
Alex Marco H, Gerente at Inkayni Peru Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Sherpa, Thank you so much for your commentary. All our staff is grateful for your recommendation, it is good to know that you enjoyed your Inca jungle trek. Our guide Guido thanks your review, it helps him to continue improving, We hope you come...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
The BEST money spent if you are going to Machu Pichu

We had an amazing trip on this tour and it made our Machu Pichu adventure! So much of our experience was due to our guide Guido Chavez...he was a rock star! The company does a great job to assure there is never a dull moment...More

Thank felster
Alex Marco H, Gerente at Inkayni Peru Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Felster, thank you so much for your commentary. We are happy to know that you enjoyed so much during your tour for the Inca Jungle and Machupicchu. For us, organizing your tour and having everything ready for your new experience in Peru was a...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Brilliant experience with our guide Edgar

I would like to express our appreciation for so well organized tour. The tour was exactly as described and we couldn’t wish for anything more. Our tour guide Edgar was very knowledgable, helpful representing and explaining everything that we asked for and more. Accommodation, food...More

Thank Ingrida Z
Alex Marco H, Gerente at Inkayni Peru Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Ingrida, thanks a lot for your commentary and recommendation. For us it was a pleasure organise all for your travel in Cusco and it's good to know that you enjoyed in the Inca jungle tour. Our guide is grateful with your review. Best regards,...More

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Melissa C
26 July 2018|
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Response from Dkirsch96 | Reviewed this property |
Admission to Machu Picchu is included. The only thing not included is if you’d like to ride the bus back down afterward as opposed to hiking down the mountain, which is $12 USD
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ghelya1
23 May 2018|
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Response from Experience692253 | Reviewed this property |
So sorry. Just noticed this. No you do not need a permit for the jungle trek. We paid extra to hike huayna picchu. We paid the company to get us the tickets. And our train left in the early afternoon but we didn’t get back... More
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