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Nature Andes travel agency

4-day Jungle trek
to Machu Picchu

by Nature Andes

It includes 3 night lodging, meals in restaurants, hiking and cycling. $690. Optional whitewhater rafting, zip-lining ($40 each), thermal baths ($10). With optional hotel overnights on arrival and train back to Cusco, $1,000.


Zip linning in the Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu, by Nature Andes Rafting in the Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu, by Nature Andes

Trip service

● Van from Cusco to Abra Malagra pass, and return from Aguas Calientes back to Cusco (optional return by train)

● Itineraty and reservations from Lima

● Airport / other transfers in Cusco

● Bus and entrance tickets to the Machu Picchu Citadel

● Guide in Spanish and/or English

● 3 night lodging (plus optional overnights in Cusco and Aguas Calientes)

● Equipment

● Three meals during each of the three trail days

Delays may be expected from November to Mach due to mudslides and rain

Route

Route of Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu

Itinerary

Day 1: Cusco – Abra Malaga Pass – Santa Maria. Cycling downhil for 4 to 5 hours. Optional end of the day rafting in Santa Maria (season October to April)

Day 2: Santa Maria – Santa Theresa
Six to seven hours trekking to reach Cocalmayo. Optional thermal baths. Thirty more minutes hike to reach hotel.

Day 3: Santa Theresa – Hydroelectric Station – Aguas Calientes
Zip linining in Santa Thereza. Hike 2 hours to Hydroeletric Station plus two hours to Aguas Calientes (optional to take a train to Aguas Calientes)

Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco
Bus and entrance to Machu Picchu included (forth and back). Van or bus back to Cusco (optional to return by train).

You may want to check other, independent sources that sell entrance tickets to Machu Picchu:

Entrance to Machu Picchu:

Boleto Machu Picchu

Ministerio de Cultura de Peru


Check an independent guide to this trek here.

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