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The Inca “Jungle Route” to Machu Picchu, 4-day Multi-sport adventure from Cusco

4-day Multi-sport adventure from Cusco, The Inca Jungle Route to Machu Picchu
4-day Multi-sport trip from Cusco. Inca Jungle Route to Machu Picchu
Inca Jungle Route to Machu Picchu, 4-day Multi-sport trip from Cusco
The Inca Jungle Route to Machu Picchu, 4-day from Cusco
The Inca Jungle Route to Machu Picchu, 4-day Multi-sport adventure from Cusco

Visit one of the most incredible places on earth: Machu Picchu. Let a local certified guide from our team take you to this fantastic spot, taking a unique route across the jungles of Peru.



4 Days

All year




  • Visit enchanting towns such as Chinchero, Ollantaytambo and Aguas Calientes.
  • Mountain bike across jungle roads and Inca trails.
  • Explore Machu Picchu with a local and expert guide.


Choose the most incredible route to Machu Picchu. Join me on this 4 day multi sport adventure departing from Cusco.

Our adventure begins driving to Chinchero, a village which still has Inca ruins, and forms part of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Then, we’ll follow the Vilcanota river until we reach Ollantaytambo, from where we’ll climb  Abra Malaga (4,350 m). Here, weather permitting, our mountain biking adventure begins amongst the jungle towards Carrizales. Then, we’ll visit the Wamanmarka archaeological site. Later, we’ll meet a local family in the town of Maranura, who will teach us about the harvesting of coca and coffee. Furthermore, there’s the option of a quadbike tour to an area with mesmerizing cascades.

On our second day, we’ll trek along the Vilcanota River and following ancient Inca trails. We’ll also visit the village of Quellomayo, where we may spot hummingbirds, parrots and eagles, and pick local fruits including pacay, mandarins, mangos, coffee and cacao. The trek will take us to the hot springs of Cocalmayo. Then, we’ll get to Santa Teresa for dinner and to spend the night.

Next day, we’ll zip line across mesmerizing sceneries for about 3 hours. Thereupon, a bus will take us to the Hidroelectrical station, to later trek along the Urubamba river towards Aguas Calientes. Here, we’ll get a well deserved break in the hot tubs of Aguas Calientes.

After breakfast, we’ll depart early in the morning to Machu Picchu. Our drive will be blessed with the most breathtaking sunrise with Machu Picchu on the background. Upon arrival, a local guide will teach you everything about this wonderful place, after which you’ll have free time to explore it on your own. Then we’ll head back to Aguas Calientes, Ollantaytambo and finally Cusco.

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity. Send me a request and live a unique adventure in Peru.

I also guide a shorter 3-days jungle tour version of this trip.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation included

- Transportation start and back

- Transport during the trip

- Permit and entrance fees

- Breakfast

- Dinner

Price details

On top of the guide fee, the price includes: Private transport that picks you up at your hotel in Cusco; Mountain bike with suspension, gloves and a helmet; Meals during the trek (3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 diners); 2 nights in a hostel, in Maranura and Santa Teresa (all basic services included); Private room in an hostel in Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu, Continental breakfast or similar); Entrance to Machu Picchu; Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu; Professional bilingual guide (English, Spanish and French on demand); Train to return to Ollantaytambo + bus to Cusco. The price does not include: Breakfast on the first day and diner on the last day; Bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes; Zipline in Santa Teresa (third day), $20 per person; Entrance fee to the hot springs (10 Soles)

About the guide

Peru Expeditions is a Guide Agency and Tour Operator based in Huaraz, Peru.

It's a family-owned travel agency, which was founded more than 35 years ago, and is now managed by IFMGA-guide Juventino and his son, Eric.

We organize trekkings and mountain expeditions in Cordillera Blanca, and all around Peru.


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What people are saying about Peru Expeditions

Bad Hetterscheid


September, 2022

William was such a knowledgeable, friendly, and efficient guide! He brought books and support materials to further explain the history of the sites we were seeing, was always ready with an answer to any questions, and had great suggestions of where to take photos. He chose a truly remarkable cook for our trek, who kept us well fed with a huge variety of foods (and an ample supply of it!) and filled with hot beverages at all hours of the day and night. He allowed us to set the pace each day, and was cheerful and helpful and relaxed throughout-he absolutely enhanced a wonderful experience! Many thanks to you, William!

Bad Hetterscheid


September, 2022

Eric from Peru Expeditions is a fabulous, safe, and conscientious Tour Operator. He chose an incredible guide for us (Darwin) who was highly esteemed by every guide we met at every point along the journey-the respect of one’s peers speaks for itself! We were very well supported, always had perfect timing with seeing sunrises, beating “the crowd” to our destinations, and had ample food. The Peruvian mountains are stunningly beautiful- I’m ready to go back again already! Book with Eric - he’s going to take good care of you.

Connor White


September, 2022

Great service and trip!

Johannes Besmehn


August, 2022

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Alexey Volegov


July, 2022

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November, 2021

Our guide was William and he is the one that really made the trip great!

Juliusz Zulauf


September, 2021

It was really good climbing expedition. The company put good effort to accommodate our needs and requests. Lima Central Office support was outstanding. Edgar, our climbing guide was top notch. Supporting staff during the climb was very helpful and friendly as well. For my personal needs, some modification of an acclimatisation scheme would be beneficial. First week of the trip consisted of various day trips to destinations of increasing altitudes, but all nights were at Huaraz, at 3100 m altitude. For me, to be fully acclimatized I need to sleep at the altitude. My first night at the higher altitude was at Pisco refuge (4800 m) and resulted with mild altitude sickness preventing me from successful climbing the following day. I would prefer spending two nights at high altitude before first high climb. It might not be the case for some other people, but it was for me. If not for this, I would had awarded straight five stars.

Marcela Hronesova


July, 2021

Disappointed with the whole experience. Didn't climb with Juventino, never met him. Got a different guide. Booked Pisco and Chopicalcui as separate climbs with one day off in between to rest. Agency combined the climbs. They told me to of go from Pisco BC directly to Chopicalcui moraine camp. Got a different guide who didn't tell me that we'll get snowed in at moraine camp. Only found out about the snow once we reached Chopicalcui moraine camp. Spent the night there, next day had to go down. Disappointed rebooked my flight and left Peru. Waste of my time and money.

Marcela Hronesova


July, 2021

The agency gave me a guide Darwin, not Juventino. Climb was good, easy just walking. There is one dangerous section near the moraine area with very loose gravel. So make sure you don't slip there or you are dead. I stayed in refugio at the base camp which was much more comfy than camping. Darwin was good but give clients some breaks once in a while, not rush too much. It's a high altitude climbing after all.

Tony Hoffman


September, 2020

The hike was canceled. We didn’t go anywhere. Didn’t even get into the country.

Flormila Pineda Villanueva


May, 2020

My visit to Huaraz was one of the most beautiful trips of my life. Our days of adventure began with the visit of lagoons in the white mountain range; wilcacocha, churup, paron, lagoon 69 and we finish with the most beautiful Santa Cruz trek. Our trip was a complete success, during the stay in Huaraz we stayed at the ALPAMAYO GUEST HOUSE hotel, an excellent place in the center of Huaraz. I recommend Mr. Juventino to make his trip and his hotel the and if nice family People.

Koseth Saenz


May, 2020

He was very kind, patient and helped me to reach my goal the citadel of Machupicchu. One day I wanted to quit but he encouraged me to continue and waited for my step.

Pietro Garanzini


May, 2020

Our experience in Peru was an unforgettable journey, we started a journey in this country to visit Machu Picchu and the surroundings of Cusco as a sacred valley, etc. Afterwards, our next destination was to arrive in the beautiful land of Huaraz, where our main goal was the trekking of Santa Cruz and a not very difficult base climb and after the trekking of Huayhuash. We will be back next year with more customers, friends of our mountain club, thanks for everything and see you soon in Huaraz!

Michael W English


March, 2020

From the very first emails communication which was dealt with efficiently and provide all the required information and other options for myself to consider. When I arrived the communication was excellent and very well organised. When I return later this year I will without doubt be using Eric and the team. When we arrive at the start point to getting back the local guide was excellent. I have nothing but praise for the set up.

Wolfgang Gratz


September, 2019

We did the MTB-Huarascan-Circuit (Crossing Punta Olimpica Pass and Portachuelo de Llanganuco Pass) with Eric Albinos „Peru Expedition“. All, the transfers, the hotel stays, the acclimatization tours and the circuit itself, was well organized. Eric and his staff were flexible to our wishes and very helpful. Our Guide Joni is an excellent mountain bike-guide and good tailor too if something is torn. The cook prepared delicious meals during the circuit. The camping equipment was in very good condition. We (Karin, Franz. Wolfgang) can fully recommend „Eric´s Peru Expeditions“.




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