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Inca Jungle Trail  Itinerary:


Day 1: Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Malaga Pass - Huamanmarca Ruins - Santa Maria Town
Day 2: Santa Maria - Cocalmayo Hot Spring - Santa Teresa
Day 3: Santa Teresa - Hidroelectric - Aguas Calientes 
Day 4: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo - Cusco

Day 1: Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Malaga Pass - Huaman Marka - Santa Maria

Early, on the morning (7:30 am), we will pick you up at hotel, our transport vehicle will transfer to Habra Malaga, which stands at 4,316 meters, where we should arrive to around noon. We will take a few moments to prepare ourselves with our biking equipment before we begin our down hill journey towards Santa Maria. This exhilarating portion of the tour will last for about 2 hours and it will be an unforgettable experience.

On the route from Snow Mountain into the ever-thicker jungle environment, we'll see some stunning views. We will even take some time to search some archeological sites along the way, such as Inca Tambo and Huamanmarca. Our guide will enlighten us with information about the cultural significance of these ancient sites, before we continue moving on towards Santa Maria. There is some absolutely remarkable flora and fauna on the last stretch of this portion of the route! At 5:30 pm, we will arrive to our next accommodation for the night, where we will have some dinner and rest. 
( first Night HosteL).


Day 2: Santa Maria - Santa Teresa - Colcamayo

We'll start with a 6 am Breakfast before beginning our trekking for the day. The route that we will follow towards Santa Teresa will be full of native flora and fauna that we can appreciate along the way we follow alongside the beautiful Urubamba River until we arrive to a Coca Leaf plantation. Our guide will take this opportunity to explain to us a bit about what the Coca Plant means to the Andean communities in the region. We will also be able to try out some fresh, local fruits from some of the other local plantations on the way.

At approximately 1:00 pm, we will enjoy our lunches before continuing on our trek towards the Cocalmayo medicinal hot springs. Once we arrive, we will spend a little while simply soaking in the restorative, heated waters of the natural baths. It will be some much needed relaxation. Afterwards, we will continue on another 30 minute trek to finally arrive to our final destination for the day, Santa Teresa. We will have our dinner here before going to sleep for the night. ( second Night Hostel )

Day 3: Santa Teresa - Hidroelectric - Aguas Calientes

On Day 4, we will continue on our journey until arriving at the Hydroelectric Plant, even crossing over a cable bridge, called an Oroya, to get there. Once we arrive, we will find a nice spot to have our lunches before moving on towards Mandor Falls, where those who choose, are free to take a refreshing dip in the water. Be sure to have a camara here, because it is will be an experience you are not soon to forget, relaxing in the beautiful cascades with the sub tropical surroundings. The next stop will be the archaeological ruins at Intiwatana. This is where we will get our first views of the illustrious Inkan ruins, Machu Picchu.

Eventually, we will arrive to Aguas Calientes around 3 pm. We will find our way to our accommodations so that we can relax and explore around town the rest of the day. For those who wish (those who have the energy), you can go on the Putukusi Tril (rather short, but trying) to get a stellar view of Machu Picchu from its neighboring "Apu". Acomodation at hotel Royal Inti ( nice ) Aguas Calientes Town


Day 4: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo - Cusco Hotel

This, the last day of the tour, will begin early in the morning (5:30 am) we hike up to Machupicchu ( around 1 Hour and 20 minutes ) By doing it that way, we will be able to appreciate the beautiful sunrise from the ruins themselves and also we will be able to arrive early enough to be able to climb Wayna Picchu. They only allow 400 persons per day so we need to be sure to arrive early. When we come back down the hill to Machu Picchu, we will continue with our own guided tour of the immense, historical site. We will be able to stay here and appreciate the moment all the way until about 4:30 pm, when we will have to descend back down to Aguas Calientes in order to catch the return train at 18:45 hrs.. That train will take us as far back as Ollantaytambo, where will continue back to Cusco by means of a bus.

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Included :

* Transfer from your hotel at 6:15 am to Lorenzo Lodge(breakfast point) 
* Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
* Private car to Santa María or biking point
* Bikes and  full Safety Equipment
* All meals except the last day 04 (3 Breakfast, 3 Lunches and 3 Dinners)
* 3 Nights Accomodations (Santa Maria, Santa Teresa and Aguas Calientes)
* An Experienced, bilingual “Adventure Guide”
* Entrance to Machu Pichu
* Guided Tour in  Machu Pichu. 
* Bus Ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu(Round Trip). 

Not Included:

* Drinks
* Last lunch in Machu Pichu
* Entrance to Hot Spring 

Recommended Items To Bring:

* Small backpack.
* a polar jacket or fleese.
* Good trekking shoes or boots
* Rain poncho (or Rain Jacket) 
* Bathing Suit, Sandals and towels<
* Insect repellent
* T-Shirts and Shorts
* Sun block, Sun glasses and hat
* Flashlight
* Personal Medicine
* Original passport.

 Important:

The night before your trek there will be a pre-trek talk (briefing) in our office or in your hotel at either 6 or 7pm (exact time will be confirmed on arrival to Cusco).