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The Inka Jungle to Machu Picchu tour is a trail that combines adventure sports such as mountain biking at 4, 350 meters high, River Rafting, zip line with a height over 200 meters high and a walk through the Inca trail alternate for 4 days until you reach Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu.

 The Inka Jungle Tour is the favorite tour for all the young people of the world who come to Cusco in search of adventure and extreme sports. As Tour Operator located in Cusco we offer a differentiated service; with an exclusive route, the most qualified guides (knowledge in adventure and local history), bicycles conditioned for donwhill, services of river rafting and modern zipline but above all security. We recommend our passengers to book in advance to have everything insured and avoid being left without access to Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu or even worse to be stranded in Aguas Calientes (no return train or Machu Picchu tickets). 

My name is Williams Ramos Official Guide of Adventure Tourism I have been working 6 years in the tourism sector and 4 years in the Inca Jungle to Machu Picchu, and my goal is to provide the best possible service to my clients who make this trip known as  Inca Jungle to Machu Picchu, 

Here I give you the best tips for this unforgettable trip and the most important thing to do: 

First, when you buy a tour « the Inca Jungle to Machu Picchu 4 days 3 nights », make sure the company has bought the Machu Picchu tickets and the train tickets, because many of these companies usually buy it at the last minute and the risk of not being able to get a ticket or a return train ticket is high, so you are in all your right to request a copy of the Machu Picchu tickets and Train tickets.

Second, once you have purchased the tour and verified the tickets, you will start this tour that usually takes you to the highest point called Abra Málaga on the first day, with a height of 4350 meters, with my experience I tell you that it is a minimum of people who can suffer altitude sickness, but even so, all the companies must have an oxygen ball in case someone needs it. 

Third, when you start the descent on a bicycle, try to wear warm clothes because at 4350 meters you can feel very cold, but I also remind you that when you go down you will arrive at a more humid and tropical area, so the heat can be strong depending on what season you do this tour, to avoid any discomfort during the descent by bike I tell you that all companies use their buses to provide assistance to the adventurous tourist that in this case are you, these buses are always behind the passengers as well you can start with warm clothes, then take a break wait for your company bus change when the area is more warm and wet and continue with the journey. 

Fourth, Normally all the adventurers that make this tour usually spend the night in lodgings of families that are very friendly, lodgings that are very comfortable and clean. On the other hand, the villages where you spend the first 2 nights are very small towns with little infrastructure but still have the necessary services to feel confortable, Ahhh I forgot for all people who like to share their adventures in social networks today in day some lodgings have Wi-Fi !!! 

Fifth, On the second day you have the opportunity to take a tour through the Inca trail, a path in the middle of the vegetation of the high forest, for this I recommend the following, you must have a mosquito repellent in the backpack due to the presence of these, and the best known species is the SandFly, which is very aggressive when it bites but this mosquito is not a transmitter of diseases, but if the bites are uncomfortable as they leave you a stinging for a couple of days, the most effective thing would be not to wear shorts and wear shirts with long sleeves to make the Camino del Inca. The vital liquid as it is the water will not be a problem because every 3 kilometers you will find local families that sell it so you can help with your economy if you buy in these places.

Sixth, once completed with Camino del Inca, you will arrive at the thermal baths of Cocalmayo that are special for their crystal clear waters and their temperatures of 35 ° C, it will be very relaxing after having made the walk by Camino del Inca the entrance to this place It costs 10.00 Soles (4 USD), and at the end of the day the next place to spend the night will be Santa Teresa that has a better infrastructure. Something to keep in mind to make Camino del Inca, is that you do not need to have to be in  good physical condition, 98% of people who buy this tour manage to do this walk without having any problems.

Seventh, the third day is very important because you arrive at Aguas Calientes or Machu Picchu village, the activities for this day are; to continue walking to get to Aguas Calientes on foot or to do zip line or zip line activity, which I recommend to everyone because it is very fun and totally different from the other Zip lines in the world. When you arrive in Aguas Calientes you have many services such as ATM's, restaurants of all price, craft market to buy souvenirs, tourist information office (iPeru) and others, this town is very small so you can move wherever you want and you will never lose Eighth, When you go up to Machu Picchu keep in mind that everything is more expensive upstairs, if you want to take water to drink, some accessory or something else because you buy in the city of Aguas Calientes, bone before going up. An important point, the mountain that is next to Machu Picchu and appears in all the photos called Huayna Picchu has some ruins not well known for tourism, but to get an entry you have to consult with your travel agency, as Guide you I recommend that when buying a tour including Machupicchu ask if there is availability to visit Huayna Picchu, keep in mind that this has a price of 40 USD and when you buy the entrance to Machupicchu you have to order also Huaynapicchu, they can not be bought in 2 parts, if you bought one and you are in Machu Picchu the hours are the following to visit Huayna Picchu from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. or from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and just 400 people can enter to Huaynapichu.It is worth mentioning that this mountain should not be climbed during the rainy season due to its high level of danger. I hope this information will help you a lot and help you enjoy this tour that has many adventure activities, if you want to know more about this topic find us on Facebook as Inkadrenaline Tours and write us to have more details of this tour.

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