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4-Day Machu Picchu with Biking, Rafting, Ziplining from Cusco

From US$495.00
  • Inca jungle tour with included activities such as biking and white-water rafting
  • Learn more about the ecosystem of the Machu Picchu region with a guide
  • Admission tickets to Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu or Old Mountain included
4-Day Machu Picchu with Biking, Rafting, Ziplining from Cusco
From US$495.00
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4-Day Machu Picchu with Biking, Rafting, Ziplining from Cusco
From US$495.00
Explore the Machu Picchu region in several different ways—hiking, rafting, ziplining, and biking—on this 4-day small group adventure trek from Cusco with comfortable accommodations. The itinerary is prearranged, allowing you to focus on the activities, which are all included, and Inca Valley scenery.
What to Expect

Convenient pickup at your Cusco hotel kicks off day one. Enjoy the scenery on the ride to Abra Malaga mountain. From there, descend about three hours by bike on a trail overlooking the Inca valley. In Huamanmarca, transfer by private bus to Santa Maria for white-water rafting. If you opt out of rafting, head to Santa Rosa by private bus for a walk to the night’s final destination at La Choza eco lodge in Pispitayoc.

Day two brings a trek through pineapple fields and coffee plantations, with your guide pointing out flora and fauna of the high forest ecosystem. Get views and photo ops of Urubamba Valley before descending into Quellomayo village for a break. Trek three hours to the hot springs at Santa Teresa. Then move on to your night’s rest in Santa Teresa.

On day three, try ziplining (if reserved in advance) or continue hiking to Hydroelectrica to rejoin the group. Continue hiking to Aguas Clients, where you check into your hostel and have dinner.

The last day is spent at Machu Picchu, with a sunrise hike (depending on timing), a 2-hour guided private tour, and free time. If reserved in advance, climb to Huayna Picchu; then rejoin the group in Aguas Calientes. Depart by train to Ollantaytambo and Cusco, where you say farewell to your group.

Reviews (22)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Good but a little expensive for what we got

Before we started no one emailed or told us where to go for the briefing the night before, I looked everywhere to find an address and couldn’t find one. Luckily an airport staff member called the number for us to find out where to go,...More

Thank Taninja1
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile
Best experience ever!!

We booked our trip through our hostel and were a bit nervous as no one turned up to give us a briefing so we went into the trip a bit blind. Our guide however completely redeemed our trust and it turned out to be the...More

1  Thank tessa a
Reviewed 5 July 2018
Roro Sayco GREAT guide!!

For this type of trip the guide to which you are paired is extremely important. We had a great guide, Roro Sayco, which made this a wonderful experience. We left for the trip from Cusco and Conde Travel allowed us to store our excess luggage...More

1  Thank Liz_Stelz
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

This tour was absolutely wonderful! Our guide, Edgar, was AMAZING. I truly cannot say enough good things about him. He was funny, patient, kind, and very willing to help each member in our group however he could. He had fantastic English and was very knowledgeable....More

Thank Sydnei S
Reviewed 25 June 2018
Amazing 3D/2N Inca Jungle Trail

I don't typically leave reviews, but before I booked with Conde Travel I saw some pretty mixed ones so now that my trip is over I thought I'd add my thoughts. The Inca Jungle Trail trek is an amazing way to see the Machu Picchu...More

2  Thank jessmyles88
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