4 Days / 3 Nights

Code: AVP046









Price includes all credit card transaction fees and taxes


Starting point


Ending Point



4 Days


Active Hiking, Archaeological, Cultural, Ecological, Adventure, Trekking, Camping


1850 - 4350 m. / 6069 – 14271 f


Daily Departures 2 people minimum

Meals Provided

(B) Brakfast  /  (L) Lunch  /  (D) Dinner

High Season

March - January



Day 01: Cusco – Santa Maria (L) (D)


• Advice Peru will be picked up early in the morning and driven through the stunning Sacred Valley – cradle of the Inca civilization, and dropped off at the 4,316m high Abra Malaga.

• Here bikers will change in to the kit provided by us (gloves and helmets) following a 20 minute briefing by our experienced tour guide.

• Then the fun begins… freewheeling down quiet but challenging dirt roads, passing by ever-changing landscapes with ice capped mountains in the background. You will not want to catch your breath until the first pit stop in Alfamayo, some 2 hours from your starting point.

• Here you can enjoy your box lunch provided by us while taking in the vast panoramas.

• After a quick change and a dab of insect repellant, it´s onwards and downwards towards Huamanmarca; site of a recently discovered archaeological Inca findings.

• Your tour guide will provide the historical background and the rest you will want to fill in with your imagination.

• We carry on descending till 1200m, while the jungle´s edge rears up and the small but charming town of Santa Maria looms into the horizon.

• Once we get there you can rest your legs and enjoy a cold beer before dinner; traditional Peruvian food served straight from the pot.

• This night you can have a hot shower at a family run hostel and sleep in either single, double or three-person bedrooms.

• Or you can have the RAFTING OPTION. We can have the rafting tour with a 50 additional dollars. For a really adventurous people we recommend this trip, the weather is usually warm, the rapids and the nature will make out of this tour a nice day and gives to the tour a different way to see the Amazon jungle.

• Before the rafting there is a briefing about the rafting. We will be in the water running rapids class II, III and IV, finishing around 5 pm., there after we will back to Santa Maria to join the rest of the group for dinner.

• Overnight in Basic Hostal


Day 02: Santa Maria to Santa Teresa – Inca Trail (B) (L) (D)


• Breakfast

• Rise and shine at 5.30am, shake off any weariness from your limbs with the finest indigenous coffee prepared by your landlady.

• Under dawning skies you´ll begin your walk which gets progressively steeper until arriving at a welcoming family restaurant in Santa Rosa, where you can relax in hammocks admiring the coca plantations and enjoying refreshments while being entertained by the family monkey.

• After a short while you will board the real Inca Trail, which winds around precipitous slopes and sheer drops for approximately half a miles – be warned this is not for people who suffer from vertigo! The descent continues for just over two hours until you reach Qellomayo village, where you will have lunch. Make sure you have saved enough energy for the final stretch, a riverside walk along the mighty Vilcanota River until reaching the hot springs of Colcamayo one of the best in the region.

• Rejuvenate in the heavenly hot waters and forget your weariness in these natural, beautiful settings.

• Overnight in Basic Hostal


Day 03: Santa Teresa – Llactapata – Aguas Calientes (B) (L)


• Wake up at 7am and have breakfast before taking our private transport to the town of Lucmabamba, the entrance to another Inca Trail which was discovered just a few years ago. We are the only tour company to walk this part of the Inca Trail, so for three and a half hours you might feel like Adam and Eve! – walking amidst parrots in this tranquil garden of eden. You will be rewarded for your efforts with a view of Machu Picchu from the top of Llactapata, flanked by the towering peak of the majestic Salkantay.

• Your picnic here is unlikely to be forgotten for long time; gazing down on all those tourists who took the traditional Inca route – probably because they didn’t know about your route! From here it´s only a two hour walk down to the train station of Hidroelectrica, where the train departs for Aguas Calientes – the base town for Machu Picchu.

• Overnight in Aguas Calientes


Day 04: Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo - Cusco


• We will have breakfast at 05:00 then catch one of the first busses (around 05:30) up to Machu Picchu (25-minute ride) in order to appreciate the magnificent old Inca city as the sun casts its first rays upon it.

• You will have a guided tour for 3 hours and then plenty of free time to explore in awe and take pictures at your own pace. You also have the option of climbing Huayna Picchu – the famous peak in the background of most images of Machu Picchu. Or you can visit the Temple of the Moon or the Gate of the Sun.

• Generally, around 1pm people head down the steps back to Aguas Calientes for lunch and at approx 16:00hrs we take our return train to Cusco, arriving there at around 9:00pm.



Not Included

Pre briefing

Pick up from your hotel

Private transport from Cusco to Abra Malaga – Santa Maria

Speaking English guide (2 guides for groups of over 10 people)

Mountain bike with front suspension, biking gloves and helmet.

Meals, (from lunch on the first day through till breakfast on the last day).

Accommodation includes home stays with hot water

Transport from Santa Teresa to Lucmabamba

Hostal in Aguas Calientes – on last night of the tour

First Aid kit at your disposition

Bus service from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu – only one way

Entrance to Machu Picchu

Train back to Ollantaytambo

Bus to Ollantaytambo to Cusco

Ticket to Huayna Picchu

Travel insurance


Extra night




Destination / Acomodation

2 star

3 star

4 star

5 star

Aguas Calientes

Wayra Clasic

Casa Andina

Tierra Viva


Single Accommodation Price

USD 320.00

USD 370.00

USD 430.00

USD 960.00

Double Accommodation Price

USD 290.00

USD 350.00

USD 390.00

USD 845.00




  • From the first to the third day (from Marcoccasa to Collpapampa) we are accompanied by horsemen and mules that will carry all camping equipment and the customer’s private luggage (up to 7 kg). On the third day all luggage will be transferred to the hydroelectric station by car.
  • The hot springs nearby Santa Teresa village is optional and it can be arranged with an extra cost from Lucmabamba camping site.
  • Visit to Huayna Picchu: For Huayna Picchu mountain requires to be booked long time in advance however we charge additional US $ 15.00 and then we’ll guarantee your entrance for Huayna Picchu as well (This new State law  began since the 18th of July, 2011).
  • We will exercise best efforts to book hotels per the itinerary, however, in busy seasons and with client bookings made within 90 days of tour date we may be forced to offer substitutes. We will endeavor to confirm final hotel bookings as soon as possible.
  • If the option chosen is sold out, we will book another one of the same category, price, and service previous customer’s approval.
  • If you have a party of 4 or more, please ask for our special prices.
  • If you are a student, you will get a discount of USD 30.00 only if you have an ISIC student ID Card. Please e-mail us a copy of your ID as soon as you book. If we do not get the ID immediately after booking, we won’t be able to provide you the discount.
  • All the prices are per person




Advice Peru Travel Agency & Tour Operator

Address: Constructores Villa La Capullana A 9

San Jeronimo, Postal Code: 08000, Cusco - Perú


Phone: +51 84-274206

Mobile: +51 984-796-722

Skype: advice.peru





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