The Inca Jungle Trek is a trip that was created as an alternative option to the traditional Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
Along the route travelers will appreciate beautiful landscapes, native vegetation and friendly animals.

This tour can be done by foot (trekking) and combined with mountain bike till Machu Picchu citadel. Also, the travelers can do rafting in the Urubamba River and zip line in Santa Teresa.

The Inca Jungle Tour lasts 4 days and 3 nights. Some sections of the route will be done on foot and other by bicycle. There are two optional activities that can be arranged along the trek: Rafting in the Urubamba River and Zip line in Santa Teresa.
The Inca Jungle Trek is ideal for travelers who love adventure, long walks in nature and extreme sports.

The Inca Jungle Trek begins in Cusco, where you take a shuttle to the town of Chichero. Here the travelers visit the archaeological site of Chinchero and its fertile valley is appreciated.
Another place that travelers know is Abra Malaga, located at 4.350 m.a.s.l. From here, the tour continuos by bike to Santa Maria, where boating is also an optional activity.

During the trek the travelers will discover original Inca trails, admirable vegetation, farming areas, crops of coffee and coca (the Incas secret plant). Also, the travelers will watch, parrots, hummingbirds, eagles, reptiles, and other animals of the place.
One of the stops of the Inca Jungle Trek is Santa Teresa, where those who wish may do Zip Line and finally enjoy a soothing hot springs.
The next day, they can visit the archaeological site of Llactapata. The tour ends in Machu Picchu Town where travelers can relax in the hot springs.
The last day the travelers visit the sacred city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, and in addition they can buy the ticket to climb Huayna Picchu.

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