PROGRAM 4 Days / 3 Nights
DAY 1: (Cusco – abra malaga – santa maria)
Pick up from hotel at 7:45 am. Our trip starts in Cuzco, in LOCAL BUS, The first place is Ollantaytambo, where we will have to stop before to descend into the port MALAGA (4360 m).
From this point, we start to descend with bikes,on the way we will observe the immensity of the valley and the beautiful scenery of the Convention, and as we descend we will find ourselves with a variety of flora, from the dry grasslands to the lush vegetation of the jungle.and visit the Inca ruins of Wamanmarka (Huyro) finally we arrive to Santa Maria where we spend a night in a hostal with basic service.
DAY 2: (Santa María – Santa Teresa)
After breakfast we will start to walk by walking trails full of vegetation, where we see the cultivation and harvesting of coffee, cocoa, assorted fruit trees such as papaya, mango, guava, as well as Coca, after the walk, we will have the opportunity to get to the hot springs of Santa Teresa, where we take our food and spend the night.
DAY 3: (Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes)
At approximately 8: 00 am. we start the walk, and cross the Vilcanota River, this stretch is one of the most exciting and fun, we will enjoy the great variety of butterflies, parrots, birds, insects, lunch in hydroelectric, continue walking down the railway line, to arrive to the town Aguas Calientes. Dinner and stay overnight.
DAY 4: (Aguas calientes – machupicchu – ollantaytambo - cusco)
We started about 5:00 am with the walk to Machu Picchu, about 1 hour to the citadel, we will have 2 hours with the guide, then you decide if you want to stay a little longer in Machupicchu taking into account the time of return the train from Aguas Caliente to ollantaytambo then we take the bus to Cusco.
• Round trip.
• Entrance to Machu Picchu.
• Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners.
• Professional Guide.
• Bicycles (gloves and helmet).
• Train ticket back to Ollantaytambo and then bus to Cusco.
• Accommodation with private bath and hot water.
• First aid kit.
• Bus up and down from Aguas Calientes to Machupicchu.
• Train ticket from Aguas Calientes hydroelectrica.
• Last Lunch.
• Sleeping bag.
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