Off Road Cycle – Rafting - Short Inca Trail 4d/3n

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  • Off road cycle
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Nature
  • Adventure
  • Short Inca Trail – Machupicchu

This is a tour package that has been created for sport and non-sport persons and families who like to share their habits and experiences through a heart throbbing with emotions, striving and taste for adventure in the company of persons with whom we want to share unforgettable emotions.

Day 1: Full day Rafting

We pick you up at your hotel with our private van at 6:30 am, after one and a half hours drive down in direction to south east, we arrive to Cusipata river, the beginning point of our activities.

Our professional Guide specialized in water sports will give you a safety speech and provide you all the proper equipment for rafting.

Standing in the river, you would be floating for approximately two hours, running Class III and IV, introductory type rapids. Additionally, on these sections of the river you will have hydro speeds and Inflatable boats.

Afterwards, we take off our rafting equipment to enjoy a picnic lunch. Finally, we will come back to Cusco.

Day 2: Maras Salt Mines Off-Road Bike

We pick up you at your hotel 8:00 am, then we drive for one hour or more in direction to Cruzpata Village (3,400 m.a.s.l). Once we get there, the guide gives you an induction about the road, our bikes and security items and provide the mountain bike equipment.

After that, we will begin with our activities, driving through farm lands plagued by great sceneries, good views and peaceful local peasants, until rich to the Agronomist Andean Laboratory of Moray (archaeological Inca site),

After to visit that incredible place, we continue in direction to Maras village for a break, then we go to the salt mines known as “Salineras”; this section of downhill is the most demanding, closer to an “off road” bike, because the rest of the cycle is type “cross country”. Once we get to salt mines, we visit it, to finally drive in direction to Ollantaytambo to lodge.

Note: Our private van will follow us all the route for any emergency and support. Also it will provide water, snacks and others.

Day 3: Short Inka Trail – Machupicchu

We take the early morning train from Ollantaytambo through the picturesque Sacred Valley until Km 104, where we begin the trail (all the route is a moderate hike), but before we will visit the Inca complex of Chachabamba. Our hike continues gently upward for more than three hours until reach the beautifully Inca complex of Wiñay Wayna. In this part of the trail we will have the opportunity to enjoy the amazing sub-tropical landscapes with singular flora and fauna surround us. As we continue 2 hours to get at the Sun Gate, from where we will have the first sight of Machu Picchu. We walk down past the majestic archeological complex, then take the bus to Aguas Calientes to spend a relaxing night in a comfortable hotel.

Day 4: Machupicchu – Cusco

After an early wake up and breakfast, we take the bus ride up to Machu Picchu, where we tour the amazing architecture and mysterious temples left by the Andean masters and specialized stone masons. A professional guide will help us to understand the sophisticated technology of this highly-advanced culture. Once the official tour is completed, we have plenty of time to explore by yourself the Sanctuary on your own before returning to Cusco by train through Ollantaytambo in the afternoon.

Tour Program includes

  • All the bike and rafting equipment
  • All transportations (pick up airport – hotel and viceverse included)
  • Snacks
  • Ozonized water (you must carry your own canteen)
  • Round-trip train tickets Ollantaytambo - Machupicchu - Ollantaytambo
  • Professional guide, specialized in mountain bike and rafting
  • All entrance fees
  • Picnic lunch on first day
  • Box lunch for bike day and Inca Trail
  • Bus tickets to and from Machu Picchu
  • Hotel accommodations in Ollantaytambo and Aguas Calientes
  • Dinner in Aguas Calientes

Not includes

  • Other requirements
  • Dinner in Ollantaytambo
  • Last lunch in Aguas Calientes
  • Gratuities recommended for staff

List of Trip:

  • Passport or ISIC card (obligatory)
  • Swimming suit to wear under the wet suit
  • Appropriate clothing for biking
  • Sunblock SPF 45 - 90
  • Canteen is obligatory
  • Photograph camera
  • Extra warm clothes for each day
  • Extra battery
  • Sunglasses
  • Additional Snacks
  • Daypack
  • Hat or cap
  • Sandals
  • Repellent
  • Slippers or tennis shoes·        
  • Raincoats or rain ponchos (November to April)

If you don’t have some of the required equipment, we can rent one

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