The Inca Jungle is not just a tour, it’s an experience. From descending over 3000m by mountain bike, to sleeping with a local host family in the jungle, and from zip lining to hiking recently discovered Inca pathways, you’ll end at one of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Pre-departure Inka jungle briefing at Hotel or Office *Give us details of the place you are going to stay in Cusco please
Professional Quechua Spanish and English speaking inka jungle trail tour guide
Collection from your hotel (we pick you up where you are staying from) from 6:00am)
Private Transportation Van Cusco – Abra Malaga – Amaybamba or Santa Maria (first camping spot) NOTE The Private Van will accompany you. if somebody gets tired can take the van to Santa Maria *first camping spot only , then the Van will bring all bikes back to Cusco
Tourist train (EXPEDITION) back from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (2 hours aprox.) and then bus back to Cusco(1 and half hours aprox.)
Entrance fee to Machu Picchu
Local Transportation Santa teresa to Lucmabamba 1 hour (3rd day)
Food: *3 breakfasts,3 lunches, 3 afternoon snacks (hot drinks, biscuits and popcorn) and 3 dinners
Mountain full suspension MOSSO or KONNA Bike ,Helmet and gloves 3 nights accommodation in a hostel Santa Maria, Santa teresa & Aguas Calientes
Health Insurance for our porters, cooks, guides, field crew and Salkantay Trekkers Peru staff
Wake up coca tea each morning in your tent for a gentle start Salkantay Trekkers Peru Free duffel bag for your personal staff
First-Aid Kits,Oxygen tank
Others: hot water every morning and evening for washing purposes / boiled water to fill in your water bottle every morning and night, and at lunch time if requested with enough time ahead
Transfer train or bus station-hotel in Cusco
First Aid kit and Free Luggage storage. When you go on the trek it is best to leave any luggage that you are not going to need behind in Cusco. Nearly all the hotels in Cusco provide a secure luggage deposit. Put any valuables in their safe. Very rarely do hotels charge for this service especially if you are returning to the same hotel after the trek. If there are any problems with your hotel we can arrange to store your luggage at our office
Breakfast on the first morning (ask at your hotel)
Entrance to the hot springs water Santa Teresa / Colcalmayo 15 soles or Aguas Calientes 10 soles(click here to see hot springs)
Bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (optional/ instead of walking) ( one way US$12 and you can Buy it at the Aguas Calientes bus station) Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (to and fro)
Last Lunch in Aguas Calientes town
Travel and health insurance.(bring copies with you please):Terra Quechua highly recommend to get an insurance of trip cancellation/interruption insurance to protect your travel investment. Included with your pre-departure package, bring your travel insurance to cover trip cancellation, interruption, baggage loss and delay, emergency medical evacuation insurance and emergency medical expense insurance.



We pick you up from your hotel at around 7:30 am and travel by bus for approximately 4 hours to ABRA MALAGA OR ALFAMAYO(to be chosen) where we are going to start biking for about 4 to 5 hours we are enjoying beautiful sceneries of those mountains and along we are going to see many beautiful landscapes typical of the cloud forest of that region .on the way we will have a chance to stop at Huamanmarca (first archeological site) os after we keep cycling toward to first camp. our biking will last about 5 hours till reaching Amaybamba where we CAMP in our Quechuas lodge.


Amaybamba- Huyro- InkaCarcel-CocalmayoHotSpring-SantaTeresa

After taking an early breakfast we take a local van ride for 30 minutes passing Huyro to get Punta Carretera (place where we get off and start walking up to get the (first pass) which is 2746 m.a.s.l.and after walking an hour we will get stop in place where we enjoy a nice waterfall . after enjoying the scenery of the fascinating region we keep going an hour to get the Second archeological site of the Inca jungle which is known as INKA CARCEL that means INCA PRISON where we will still see some Quechuan houses that they are still covered by vegetation ,of course you are going to explore the whole site by a guided tour .so after having lunch we will have a 20 minutes to take a nap and the we are going to the get the highest point which is called PASTO GRANDE 2790 m.a.s.l ,along the way we will find many coffee, coca tea and tropical fruit plantations as well as orchids typical of the cloud forest so after we go toward cocalmayo hot spring to enjoy before we get the place where we stay second night.


Santa Teresa-Llactapata-HidroeletricTrainStation-AguasCalientes

We will Wake up very early and after taking breakfast We will continue an hour ride to get Lucmabamba where we start hiking up 2 hours to Llactapata where you will have a chance to see Machu Picchu city and Huaynapicchu mountain with a different view .and then we descend 3 more hours to Hydroelectric train station to take the local train to get Aguas Calientes town (optional in case you want to do zip line (2 hours) we drive 15 minutes from Santa Teresa to get to the camp (cola de Mono) and takes 2 hours in total see the video above).you have to add extra US$ 60 per person.



The most important day because we visit fully Machu Picchu, we will Walk up 1:30 hours to the same Sanctuary of Machu Picchu we will try to get as sun is rising up to see the sunrise or take postcard pictures so after a 20 minutes of free time to take pictures we are going to start exploring the city itself. Our guide will explain you the story of Machu Picchu about two hours and then you will get free time to explore by yourselves to take pictures. In the afternoon you have to go down to Aguas Calientes town to take the train to Ollantaytambo and then bus back to Cusco.

Original passport and Student  card of University

Travel insurance (and some copies).

Sleeping bag (or you can rent one from us).

Backpack (rucksack) to carry your things.

Phone, power bank battery, camera charger and adapter.


Torch or headlamps.

Deet or mosquito repellent ( recommendable 30% deet).

Hiking poles ( or you can rent one pair from us).

Rain gear (especially if traveling in the wet season, from October to March).

Comfortable hiking clothes, including warm clothes for the nighttime.

Good hiking boots with protector ankle or similar, and one pair of flip-flops or light sandals.

Sunblock and sunglasses.

Hiking long sleeve T-shirts.

Hiking trousers.

Ear Plugs.


Thermal underwear.

Hiking socks.

Water bottle or canteen.

American dollars and Peruvian soles in cash.

Sun hat, cap, and warm hat and gloves for the nighttime.

Toilet paper, and face tissue paper.

Hands sanitiser.

Credit or debit card.

Luggage Tags and Locks.

Anti-inflammatory tablets (e.g. Ibuprofen).

Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Acetazolamide (Diamox), Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhoea, re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may take).

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