$ 1600 person




This is another way to combine various activities together with a mixture of challenges during your time in Andes. An overview of our adventure in hikng biking, rafting and historical and cultural experience.

Includes:  We Provide and Include: Licensed, Bilingual, history, naturalist and Class V Rafting and Tour Guides- Satellite phone- Rafting and Biking(cross country and double suspension Bikes Expedition Equipment, Safety Procedures and Orientation,Knee and elbow protection,helmets, gloves. Rafting equipment, paddles, wetsuits, Camera box, helmets, life jackets, windbreaker jackets,safety kayak,Trekking and Hiking expeditions Inca trails- First Aid kit- Optional Expedition grade tents and air matrasses and sleeping bagsonly in the dry season- All Itinerary Meals, including vegetarian & some snacks- Dining tent, Cook & Services- Ecological, portable toilets- Archaelogical sites Entrance and Site Fees,Excelent Hotel 3 stars /Transfers from Cusco &  optional assistance and Confirmation- Additional Tour Arrangements


DAY 1 - Hiking Pisac and Ollantaytambo Inca sites

We drive northeast out of Cusco for about one hour where we will stop and visit the Alpaca and Llama breeding and fiber producing farm and witness aspects of the weaving process. Then we will continue to the arqueological site of Pisac (one of the Incan out post)in order to hike and tour for three hours. After we will stop at the town of Pisac and explore the local market. Later we will continue for one hour to the archaeological site of Ollantaytambo fortress for a nice hike and tour for two hours. Then we will go to the hotel near the ruins. We cover 12 kilometers. Hotel (B, L)

DAY 2 - Inca trail to Machu picchu

We start day one with a morning train to kilometer 104 of the rail line, passing by snowcapped mountains, diverse ecosystems, and ancient ruins along the way. The train will depart from Cusco or ollantaytambo station in the early morning and arrive at a trailhead in Chachabamba (2,100 meters) by mid -morning. Here, we’ll start our hike towards the archaeological site of Wiñay Wayna (2,710 meters), which will take approximately 2 ½ hours total. Once in Wiñay Wayna (named after the local orchids), we will stop for a picnic lunch and a brief tour. After lunch, we’ll begin our descent into the city of Machu Picchu (2,450meters). Enjoy the beautiful scenery and unparalleled view of the Urubamba mountain range as we pass through the mystical cloud forest. It’s in this subtropical forest that you will see endless species of plants, including the forever young orchest (Epidendrum secundum), the Bamboo orchest(Sobralia dicotoma), and much more. The diversity doesn’t end here. Take inall the sights and sounds of the Inca wren (Thryothorus eisenmanni), sparkling violet ear (Colibri coruscans), and maybe even the famed Andean Condor. To better appreciate all this area has to offer, we’ll stop at the Sun gate (Intipunku) entrance before our final descent. Here, we’ll snap some photos of the beautiful granite mountains known as the Bartolite of Vilcabamba (volcanic formation), along with the city of Machu Picchu below. As we make our way down, we’ll break at several more lookout points for additional photo opportunities. By the time we arrive at Machu Picchu, so be prepared for a much needed rest! From here, we’ll take a bus into Aguas Calientes (about 25 minutes away), where we’ll settle in at a hotel for a good shower, hot meal, and maybe an evening dip in the hot springs.

DAY 3 - Machu picchu

Today, we’re up at the crack of dawn to see the sunrise from Machu Picchu (weather permitting). After a quick breakfast, we’ll catch the bus for a 25-minute ride to the actual city of Machu Picchu. We’ll start with a two-hour tour of the city, after which you’ll be free to relax or hike one of the mountains in the area, Machu Picchu or Huayna Picchu (about 2 to 3 hours).If you decide to hike, you will gain a whole new perspective on the Citadel and its rich biodiversity; definitely an experience you won’t forget! Afterwards, we’ll have lunch in town and visit the local market. Then, in the afternoon we’ll complete our trip with a train ride back to Cusco.

DAY 4 - Mountain Bike Maras Moray

Breakfast and then we drive for 1 hour to the beginning of our biking trail. Then we get on a not very difficult mountain biking experience (easy to moderate) in the area of Moray for about 3 to 4 hours covering about 35 kilometers. Here we visit the archaeological site of Moray (one of the experimental field for agriculture from the Incas times) and then bike down to the Salt Mines at Maras. We have lunch in the valley and the rest of the afternoon is free or optional visit to pottery workshop Hotel. (B, L)

DAY 5 - Hike Inca trail, Willoq comunity

Today we will drive for about one hour to the community of Willoq in order to begin our trail. After visiting the community and having the opportunity to see some of the Andean weaving and traditions made by the community we will begin our trail in the grass land area with the chances to see some flora and fauna typical of this ecosistem.We will be scorted by one menber of this quechua community who take one Llama with our linch.thetrail one original an a Inca trail used by the government to control the access people and the access to the valley of Ollantaytambo.This trail have a unique views of the Urubamba mountain range. We will stop for picnic lunch in the nice spot and after we will continue hiking through the different High and middle Andean valley in this ecosystem called the Andean semi dry forest for about 5 hours passing beautiful valleys and exploring the arqueological site of Pumamarca.we will arrive to the bottom of the valley in the afternoon. We cover 12 miles. ( L)

Today we will drive to the beginning of the mountain biking trail that is rated as moderate. After preparing all the equipment we will begin this incredible descent of about 25 kilometers through different interandean valleys for 3 hours until we stop at the hot springs. After bathing, we will have lunch and continue for one hour to the town of Lamay and the hot springs . Afterwards, we will drive to the town of Pisac where we will stay in our bed and breakfast and relax in town for the evening. (L,)

DAY 6 -Rainbow mountain hike

Rainbow Mountain Peru, also known as Vinicunca is an undiscovered land full of wildly desert landscapes, snowcapped glaciated peaks, herds of alpaca, and pristine beauty

During this journey a you will be in between two different ecosystem the Andean grass land called puna and the janca ecosystem in the proximity of the glacears.There will be some flora and fauna during this journey to the sacred mountain of vinicunca.Among the species that you can see will be the river gull, Andean flickers ,falcons and puna well some flora like ichu vegetation from the grain family as well some polilepis like queuñas ,many succulent close to the glaciers and many musses and chilcas from the asters family.Throughout your journey you will pass through a vibrant green valley with the impressive Ausangate Mountain towering in the distance. You will experience firsthand how locals live in the mountains and even see them hard at work. As you get closer to the Rainbow Mountain you will begin to see the first signs of the colored minerals that formed the painted hills. Your guide will explain what makes up the existence of the Rainbow Mountain, and finally with one last push you will hike or ride the mules or horses up to a vantage point that gives you a 360 degree view of the beautiful landscape that makes up the sacred land. You have made it to the ultimate destination- The painted hills hidden deep in the Andes. Our way back will be by the same trail down to the beginning where hot drinks, dinning tent and a warn meal will be waiting for you after your challenge to this magnificent scenery.

DAY 7 - River rafting

We drive south from Cusco, through farmland and valleys for about one and a half hours until we arrive at the small village of LLaucat, to begin our rafting trip. After the safety instructions and the gear preparation, we put-in and paddle for about two and half hours in class II and III+ rapids. We will run first the long rapid class III then we will continue with the tail of the dragon another class III+ then we will run popcorn rapid a class III+ then we will float  for a while in class I;II rapids with incre3dible scenery of the vilcanota mountain range. With great variety of flora and fauna such a Andean gull, black phoebes and giants well we will be paddling in grass land and Andean scrub bush vegetation with tress like pepper corn and well chachacomos and queñas which is part of our native forest “the Introduction” rapid, which is class III. From there we go through a section of class II rapids until we reach Cusipata Canyon, which has class III rapids.

We continue through sections with some waves and some flat sections of class I and class II rapids, then more class II rapids. All along, we will be enjoying beautiful views of the Vilcanota Mountain range and the flora and fauna of the Andean forest. We cover a distance of 18 kilometers on the river before we take-out at a beautiful spot, change into dry clothes, and have lunch. Our drive back to Cusco is about one hour and a half

DAY 8 - River rafting

We pick you up at 8:30 am and drive south of Cusco valley into the mountains. One of the first views is the impressive snowcapped peak of Ausangate. At 6384 meters, this mountain is one of the main sources of water for the Vilcanota River. On the way to our put-in point we pass several small villages and some Inca ruins, such as Pikillacta, which was one the Tambos and administrative places of the Incas. After about a 2-hour drive, we reach a town called LLocllora where we stop for preparation, safety instructions and to gather our equipment and gear for the rafting trip. Because this is a challenging section, we will meet up with our “Safety Kayak” who will accompany us along this section. For the first 2 hours, we will be in a variety of class I, II, III, IV rapids, over a distance of 15 kilometers. Our first class III rapid is called “the Introduction” which is good training for the main rapids coming ahead. After that, we pass the class III+ rapid called “the Curve”, and then we will continue through easy class I and class II rapids. After a rest in a spot with great views of the Vilcanota Mountain range, we will run the canyon, enjoying a section with two class III+ rapids, called “the Train of Waves” and “the Knife”. Further down the canyon we will run three class IV rapids.Because our first class IV rapid is difficult, we will stop to scout the rapid and assess the conditions. Continuing down the river, we will run “the Butterfly” rapid, a class IV with technical conditions, then “the Bridge” rapid, also a class IV.

We will take a break in another spot with beautiful views of the Vilcanota mountain range and prepare for the next challenging section. “The Big Waves” is a large class IV rapid that is over 100 meters long with big, continual waves. Later, we will have two great class III+ rapids until we reach a flat section. The rest of the day is class I and class II rapids. Along the way, we enjoy excellent opportunities to see some of the flora and fauna of the Inter Andean valleys. After the river run, we will change into dry clothes and have a picnic lunch. Our drive back to Cusco is about one and a half hours

DAY 9 - Hiking South of Cusco valley explorations

Today we explore and hike in the South valley near Cusco. We will begin in the morning driving south east of Cusco Valley for one hour to see some Inca and pre-Inca ruins. Our first stop will be the archaeological site of Tipon, which was an Inca ceremonial place for water rituals. We will hike and explore this site for two hours before continuing to Pikillacta, in a nearby valley, that was the site of Inca administration. We will stop for a picnic lunch. We will pass through ecosystems with abundant and varied flora and fauna. On our way back we will see some Inca cemeteries. We will return to Cusco in the afternoon and have some free time.(L)

DAY 10 Cusco airport

This day we will pick you up to take you to the airport to get your domestic fly to Lima and connections.

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