• Jaguar

    Jaguar (Panthera Onca)

  • Capibara

    Capybara (Hydrochaerus Hydrochaeris)

  • Giant Ant Eater

    Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga Tridactyla)

  • Common Clown Frog

    Clown Tree Frog (Dendropsophus Leucophyllatus)

  • Giant Otter

    Giant Otter (Pteronura Brasiliensis)

  • Macaws Clay Lick

    Macaws Clay Lick (Ara Choloptera)

  • Sunset in Manu River

    Sunset in Manu River

  • Resting Jaguar

    Resting Jaguar 

Inka Jungle 4D/3N

DAY 1: Cusco – Downhill Mountain Biking – Santa Maria

Downhill Biking to Santa Maria We will pick you up from your hotel at 7:45am we will leave the city seeing beautiful natural surrounding with rolling hills until we reach the town of Chinchero overlooking the Sacred Valley at about 2700masl.After descending this mountainside we arrive to a brief stip at Ollantaytambo where we start the 46 km uphill to the Abra Malaga (Mountain Pass at 4350masl) At midday, the starting point again to our downhill, just in case the weather be not good for riding bikes due raining or snow. We will go further down with the bus for about 30 minutes to the nest place being the hamlet of carrizales where we will rest a bit and have lunch, after that we descend to the valleys of the high jungle toward Quillabamba. This downhill will last about 4 hours, passing by little rustic villages, ravines, fruit groves and streams. During the trip we will stop times to visit the archeological centers of Inkatambo who was an inka fortress and guarding place for the route which came up from the jungles to the highlands and continue to Huamanmarka, We arrive to the first major town of Santa Maria about 6pm (dinner and overnight in a familiar guest house) L.D

DAY 2: Trekking Santa Maria - Santa Teresa

Treking to Santa Maria We get up very early this time at 5am, and get a good healthy breakfast to start walking over a flat area by the Urubamba riverside for about 1 and half hours. Then we continue to go up the route for 1 more hour taking the ancient inka jungle trail, a rustic and rough road full of rocks and stones, crossing the river using old Oroyas and footbridges. We can observe various wild animals on the region like bird, parrots and fruits, medicine plants like bananas, avocados, yuca, mangos, coffee and coca crops etc. Then arriving to the hamlet of Quellumayu where we get some rest and have lunch. After that we go on with our trek walking by the river for about 2 hours to arrive to the hot spring of Santa Teresa. We relax and soak for about 1 hour and continue walking for 45 minutes more to arrive to the second major town of Santa Teresa, approx. at 6 pm .(We rest, dinner & overnight here). B.L.D

DAY 3: Trekking Santa Teresa - Aguas Calientes

Treking to Aguas Calientes We get up at 7 am. and have breakfast, then we continue our trek to the Hydroelectric Power plant for about 2:30 hours. This part of the trek is called “the waterfall day” where we´ll pass many cascades and specially one falling from 45 m above being the smallest. The option is to get a shower in one of these. Once we reach the Power Plant we can visit a small archeological site nearby including an Intiwatana (Sundial) after this, we have some rest and get lunch, we continue after that for about 2:30 more hours as we reach to our final destination today Aguas Calientes approx. at 5:30 pm. Then we go to the hostal to rest or you can choose to trek a very steep and slippery climb to the Putucusi hill, just in front of Machu Picchu complex at the same level or visit the artisan & handicraft market at night. around 7:00 pm we'll have our last tour dinner and a general advance briefing of what will be the Machu Picchu tour. (Hot springs visit is optional). B.L.D

DAY 04: Machupicchu – Cusco

Machupicchu World Sacred HeritageWe get up early at 4:30 pm to have enough time to climb up the steep path to the Machupicchu Sanctuary in about 1:30 hours and watch the sunrise, then you get private guided tour for around 2 hours, after that you can wander freely until noon to relax, take snapshots, walk and also climb up to the Wayna Picchu summit or just stroll to the Intipunku or the Inka bridge. We return down to Aguas Calientes town at 2:30 pm, just to be on time to reach the train back to Ollantaytambo at 6:30 pm B:

Tour Includes:

  • Pick up from the hotel in Cusco
  • Bus to Abra Malaga
  • Bikes with front suspensions, gloves and helmet
  • 3 lunch, 3 dinners, 3 breakfasts (breakfast on day 1 and lunch on day 4 in Aguas Calientes are not included)
  • 2 overnights in country lodge (all basic services included)
  • 1 night in Aguas Calientes town hostal (with private bath & hot water)
  • Entrance fee to Machu Picchu
  • Bilingual professional guide service (biking, trek and Machu Picchu)
  • Train back: Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo (backpacker tourist Train)
  • Guide assistant (for more than 9 passengers)
  • First aid kit
  • Bus from Ollantaytambo - Cusco

What you need to take:

  • Original passport and (Student card if is applicable)
  • Insurance card is essential
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • T-shirts
  • Hand sanitazer
  • Comfortable trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun protection cream
  • Insect Repellent
  • Water
  • Water purification tablets (Micropur recommended)
  • Toiletries
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and films
  • Torch with spare batteries