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- INCA JUNGLE TO MACHUPICCHU 4 DIAS 3 NIGHTS Inca Jungle Trail is a new kind of agency which promotes a sustainable tourism in which tourism activities are compatible with the conservation of nature. We are an agency which feels that, as Tour Agents, it is our responsibility to care for, and maintain, the country which has provided us with so much. To meet this objective, Inka Jungle Trail has instituted a program which allows us to achieve our cultural, environmental, social and economic responsibilities to the Cusco región DURATION: TYPE OF CIRCUIT: SITES TO VISIT: TOTAL WALK: GROUP: ADULT PRICE: STUDENT PRICE: OPTIONAL: ITINERARY DAY 1 .- CUSCO - SANTA MARIA We pick you up from your hotel at 7:30 a.m. to the bus terminal, then we will go in UNJ local bus to the pass of Puerto Malaga (arriving at 12:30), but below is the town here Alfamayo begin the bike ride for 3-4 hours to Santa Maria. ( Lunch and dinner) DAY 2 .- SANTA MARIA - SANTA TERESA (HOT SPRINGS) Early in the morning after a delicious breakfast at 6:00 we will be ready to make the first day of trekking towards the jungle. The first three hours, the road will be on the rise, but we will have several stops, one of them will be in a family home where we relajaresmo for about 20 minutes here we stock up on water and a rich snacks.mas will cross the big road Inka Impress with views across the valley through which we walk. and then the road will be easy through the woods where we can find a lot of coca plantations and fruit, crossing rivers. In the afternoon after having walked for 7-8 hours approx. arrive at the thermal baths of Cocalmayo for later reach the village of Santa Teresa which is at 1990 m (breakfast / lunch / dinner) DAY 3 .- SANTA TERESA - AGUAS CALIENTES - MACHU PICCHU At 7 a.m. begin the second day of trekking and will finish around 3 pm reaching Aguas Calientes. 3 hours walking down a dirt road and another two hours beside the rail. That night we spend the night in a hostel with private bathrooms and hot water. (Breakfast / lunch / dinner) DAY 4 .- MACHU PICCHU - AGUAS CALIENTES - CUSCO In the morning at 4:20 am we will begin the climb to the citadel of Machu Picchu and have the opportunity to see the sunrise, then we will have a guided tour of two hours, then you will have time to visit the Huayna Picchu and other sites interest. will later return to Ollanta or Cusco by train. (breakfast) 4 Days 3 Nights Adventure, Hiking and Ecological Towns, Mountains, Valleys, Snow, medicinal hotspring 46 km Min.06-max.10 person. USD 290 USD 270 For first-class train you have add $ 45

TREK TO SALKANTAY MACHUPICCHU 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS The famous Salkantay Treks (or Salcantay Trek). Sunscreen. RECOMMENDATIONS:          "Shoes for the walk. The name Salkantay is a quechua word meaning "Savage Mountain".. with no limitation on spaces or permits (at least for now). 3 lunches. Train back to Cusco. Our classic Salkantay Trek is a custom-designed alternative to the traditional Inca Trail. Located less than fifty miles northwest of the city of Cusco in south central Peru by the Cordillera Vilcabamba and rising to 6271 meters above sea level (20574 ft) Mt. 3 dinners. the Salkantay Trek is an ancient and remote footpath located in the same region as the Inca Trail where massive snowcapped mountains collide with lush tropical rain forests. is a trek open to everybody. Cusco with Machu Picchu. Bicycles & Equipment "Adventure Guide 3 Nights accommodation. 3 Breakfasts. "Public bus from Cusco to Santa Maria. Pole and Shorts Hat. this is a cutting edge experience for adventure travelers looking for a little more . named among the 25 best Treks in the World.INCLUDED:          Transfer hotel-bus terminal. Connecting the city of Mollepata. Salkantay is an outstanding glacier-capped summit worshipped for thousands of years by local indians. Mosquito-repellent. towel and sandals. Last lunch in Machupicchu. "Personal medicine 2. Off the beaten path. Spanish-English bilingual guide. Entrance to Machu Picchu NOT INCLUDED:    Tickets to hot spring. Bus up and down in Machupicchu. Just a light jacket. "Bathing suit. Rain poncho. by National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine.

This campsite is subject to change according to the guide's criteria and the evolution of the group. from where you will be rewarded with superb views. Continue to the north down to the .06-max. Nature. 4600 masl.Chaulay . The trail descends through an old moraine passing great pastures down to the camp of Huayraqmachay located at 4000masl. have fabulous views at for example Veronica. afterwhich we get to the Salkantay pass.Soraypampa Early in the morning we pick you up from your hotel and transfer you in a private bus to Mollepata passing picturesque traditional towns like Iscuchaca . as well as highlands plateaus and landscapes with great views of snowcapped mountains that belong to the cordillera Vilcabamba.Mollepata . the Salkantay to Machu Picchu offers the solitude and quiet contemplation such a sacred path deserves You cross a pass at 4510m and then it´s a relaxing walking down. Salkantay. Day 02: Soraypampa . Day 03: Colpapampa .Santa Teresa Wake up with lovely mountain scenery and a good morning tea.privacy and authenticity. afterwards descending until arrival at the campsite through the high brush down to Soraypampa (3750 masl). You pass some remote villages. The bus trip will last 3. 74 km Min.La Playa . With more spectacular vistas. Valleys. Snow. DURATION: Circuit Type: SITES TO VISIT: TOTAL WALK: GROUP: PRICE ADULT: PRICE STUDENT: OPTIONAL: ITINERARY: 5 Days 4 Nights Hiking.Colpapampa Early in the morning you leave Soraypampa and keep going up the beautiful valley walking just below the majestic snowcapped mountain named Salkantay (6271 masl). Towns.10 per. 350 USD 330 USD To train first class add $ 45 Day 01: Cusco . After 1½ hours the trek becomes steep zigzagging for a while. other snow peaks. Mountains. The trail climbs up from Mollepata sharply to the Marqhok'asa pass through pastures and farming lands.00 hours and the hike 6 hours. Ancahuasi and Limatambo. green valleys and the river Urubamba. maybe you can see condors and surely you´ll meet very friendly people. medicinal hot sprint. Camping.

Machu Picchu . At the end of the day we will see passion fruit fields.Hidro . etc It will be a long descent day towards the cloud forest where people live taking advantages of nature. Mattress per person Dinner tent Kitchen tent Tables & seats First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle What isn´t Included:   Breakfast on the first day Lunch and dinner on the last day: after the guided tour at Machu Picchu. the starting point of the trek. also you will pass great waterfalls. English speaking professional guide Meals: 4 Breakfasts/ 4 Lunches/ 4 Dinners Cook and cooking equipment Horsemen and horses (to carry tents. a great place to relax after this challenging trek. tanagers. you can enjoy free time to further visit the ruins and choose to have lunch either in Machu Picchu or in . in the afternoon going back to Aguas Calientes town. Day 05: Aguas Calientes . and tropical fruits. guans. The hike will last approximately 9 hours.Cusco Early in the morning we are going up to Machu Picchu with our expert guide to explore for a full day this enigmatic Inca treasure. banana. this afternoon you can go to have a bath in the natural hot springs. sparrows. first we have to take pecture and to see sunrise. food and cooking equipment) 1 emergency horse Hostel in Aguas Calientes Entrance fee to Machu Picchu Train ticket (Expeditios) from Aguas Calientes to Cusco. then we have a few hours to take lunch. What is Included:                Collection from your hotel in the morning and transfer in bus to Mollepata. in the afternoon at 18:45 we are take train back to Cusco and we left you your hotel. Day 04: Santa Teresa . parrots. Afterwards the trail climbs up to Patallacta from where you descend to the Hidroelectrica ( 1800 masl) and continue to Aguas Calientes where we will set up camp just below Machu Picchu Inca sanctuary. after that the guide begin to explain MachuPicchu. thrushes. finches. to allow for higher comfort and a safe keeping of backpacks. the campsite is at the community named "La Playa "(2400 masl). Tents: 2 people in each 3-people-capacity tents.Aguas Calientes Leaving la playa the trek continues through plantations of coffee.lush jungle through different ecosystems watching birdlife like hummingbirds.

films and batteries (batteries consume more quickly under cold conditions) Hat or cap to protect you from the sun. Micropur) Small towel Swimsuit (if you intend to go to the hot springs)S Original passport Optional: walking sticks or poles (rubber tips required) Optional services to be hired:      An extra hotel night in Aguas Calientes can be booked for you at an additional cost depending on the hotel you choose. the additional cost of the entrance fee will be charged An extra horse to carry your additional personal items (above the included 9kg) days 1 to 5: US$75.00. Towels can be hired in Aguas Calientes. ideally trekking or sport shoes Warm clothes. Vistadome Service train (First Class) instead of the Backpacker (Tourist train).00pm. including jacket. Visit to the hot springs in Aguas Calientes: a relaxing way to end-up the 4-day trek while you’re awaiting the return train to Cusco. A horse can carry up to 20 kg. dinner being at your own expense too. entrance fee is US$3. only 10 minutes from the village center.50. Water bottle and sterilizing tablets (ie. Bus ticket from Machu Picchu Ruins down to the village of Aguas Calientes What you need to bring and carry:                 A backpack with a change of clothes for the whole period of the trek Rain jacket or poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Cusco) Strong footwear. fleece and sweaters Flashlight and batteries Camera. Arrival in Cusco is estimated around 9. etc.  Aguas Calientes at your own expense. energy bars. at an additional cost Sleeping Bag . rain or cold Sun block Insect repellent Toilet paper Snacks: biscuits. If you wish to visit Machu Picchu again the following day. chocolate.