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On this 4-day tour you will bike through the Andean landscape, battle the rapids on the Urubamba River, cruise throug the sky on a zipline, hike through ancient nature filled paths, while staying at lodges and hotels along the way, finally arriving at the Sacred City of Machu Picchu – guided tour.

What to bring…

Make sure you double check with your guide about all departure times; specially, the train ride back to Ollantaytambo.


Day 1

Cusco – Abra Malaga – Huamanmarca – Santa Maria

transfer to Ollantaytambo
bus transfer to Abra Malaga (4,350masl), biking 3hrs (1,250masl)
lunch at Huamanmarca
transfer to Santa Maria – lodging

Day 2

Santa Maria – Quellomayo – Santa Teresa – Cocalmayo Hot Springs

3hr hike to Qellomayo
lunch and relaxation
3hr hike to Cocalmayo (St.a Teresa hot springs)
Hot springs time!
40min hike to St Teresa – dinner and lodging

Day 3

Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes

ziplining/3hr hike to Hydroelectric
3hr hike to Aguas Calientes
hotel chk-in
dinner at Indio Feliz restaurant – Machu Picchu brief

Day 4

Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo – Cusco

hike to chk point
hike to Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu guided tour
bus to Aguas Calientes
Train to Ollantaytambo
Transfer by private bus to Cusco

Feel free to ask, if there’re any doubts:

  • Classic Cusco City Tour
  • Transfers, within tour itinerary
  • Entrance fees to main parks
  • Certified bilingual tour guide
  • Lodging/camping within tour itinerary, only
  • Meals within tour itinerary, only
  • Oxygen bottle and First-aid kit (emergencies only)
  • Sports equipment (if applies)
  • Chef and porters (if applies)
  • These can be arranged at an extra-cost:

    • Entrance fees to Waynapicchu and/or Machu Picchu Mountain
    • Extra-lodging (before/after tour)
    • Sleeping bags and trekking poles
    • Optional experiences
    • Horse rentals, when not at the core of tour/experience
    • Snacks, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, and water bottles
    • Bathroom tent 
    • Travel insurance
    • Souvenirs

    Gratuities not included

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