Inca Trail & Amazon Jungle Trip
Explore the Andes and the Amazon Jungle in a confortable tour by booking Inca Trail Amazon Jungle; it is an escorted trip in Peru.
Inca Trail Amazon Jungle is customizing trip in the Southern Peru where you’ll explore the two most picturesque regions of Peru: the Andes and the Amazon Jungle. Ten-day Inca Trail Amazon Jungle tour takes you to visit the Historical city of Cusco, the nearby Inca ruins, the Sacred Valley of the Incas where you’ll visit the Inca ruins of Pisaq and the traditional markets; in the afternoon you’ll visit the Inca Fortress and the traditional town of Ollantaytambo; Hike the Inca trail to Machu Picchu and explore the deepest of the Amazon jungle; All of them in a comfortable tour and escorted with experienced Guide.
Marvel at Machu Picchu granite mountain, the spectacular Urubamba Canyon, the awe-inspiring trail and the enchanting Amazon Jungle. You will be accommodated in a tourist standard hotel with the provision of bed and breakfast. During the trek full board meal and accommodation is camping tents. During the trek, and the jungle expeditions the accommodation and meal are arranged in the tented camp and the jungle lodge. You will be guided by experienced and certified guide.
The Inca Trail Amazon Jungle begins once you arrive in Cusco city here meet up with your tour guide and have a welcome drink and a briefing in the designated hotel. Cusco, the capital, is made up of Old and New Cusco. Visit colorful Old Cusco teeming with masses of people has a very strong atmosphere with its narrow winding back streets and the important and beautiful Inca buildings.
The Inca Trail Amazon Jungle is the perfect trip for those who are looking to explore the best regions of Peru and the most popular sites inscribed in the UNESCO as a world heritage, without committing to the lengthy trip. Inca Trail Amazon Jungle offers two days of acclimatization before we start the Inca trail trek located in the heart of Machu Picchu national park. The Inca Trail has incredible views of the Vilcabamba mountain range and the iconic Machu Picchu; along the trail we’ll explore several Inca ruins. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a distance of 45/26mls and is considered a moderate trekking.
Trek Overview – Inca Trail Amazon Jungle trip
The Trip is perfect for people looking experience the region’s archeological and cultural treasures in a short amount of time. In this trip, you will explore the two most beautiful regions of South America: The Andes and the Jungle. This tour begins visiting the city of Cusco and the nervy Inca ruins, then you will travel through the Sacred Valley of the Incas full.day you will be accompanied white stunning mountain scenery.
- TIMING: 10 days and 9 nights
- STARTING POINT: Cusco airport
- ENDING POINT: Puerto Maldonado airport
- City of Cusco
- Sacred Valley of the Incas
- Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
- Machu Picchu tour
- Jungle trip
Day 1: Cusco
Arrival to Cusco at any time, however, we must know your flight details; our staff will wait for you in the airport. Today, there are not planet activities.
Day 2: Ollantaytambo
Today will be full-day tour through the stunning valley where you can see agricultural places, picturesque towns, and local markets. You will learn Incas history from your guide while you visit the Inca ruins.
Days 3-6: Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Hike four days the Inca Trail includes the tour within Machu Picchu; The guide will explain you Incas History while you visit the Inca ruins; the porters will carry everything for you; you must carry your daypack with snacks camera and drinkable water
Day 7: Cusco
Enjoy from this free day; you could rest or you can take other program like rafting or mountain bike down to the Sacred Valley.
Days 8-9: Amazon jungle
Early in the morning, we will have a 45-minute flight to Puerto Maldonado and explore the jungle with a naturalist as a guide.
Day 10: Departure time
After breakfast, you will be transported to Puerto Maldonado airport and return to Cusco or Lima.
Arrival to Cusco
The Inca Trail Amazon Jungle Tour, begins once you arrive to Cusco at any time; however, we must know your flight details; our staff will wait for you in the airport and will transfer you to the hotel. Today, there is not planet activities so, you can rest or wondering around and enjoy the city (optional city tour in the afternoon); this tour starts at 01:30 p.m; where you will have the opportunity to see the cathedral located in the Main Square, the Qorikancha or Temple of the Sun of the Incas, the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay and Pucapucara. Cusco is the continent’s oldest continuously inhabited city; the city of Cusco attracts travellers who come not just to visit a unique destination but also to experience an age-old culture very different from their 20th century way of life; this lovely Inca and colonial town offers much to the visitor with its nearby ruins, cobble-stoned streets, museums, churches and lively atmosphere. Among the more adventurous optional activities available in Cusco are: city tour around archaeological sites such as Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay and Puca Pucara; white water rafting on the Urubamba River; and mountain biking down to the Sacred Valley of the Incas; There are several good museums in Cusco like: the Archaeological Museum, Art Museum, the Regional History Museum and the Religious Art Museum.
Sacred Valley of the Incas: Cusco – Pisac – Urubamba -Ollantaytambo
Called also Urubamba Valley is located near the city of Cusco; where the agricultural cattlemen and beautiful towns were concentrated since Inca times; the tour starts at 08:30 a.m once we pick you up from the hotel and travel toward the stunning valley, which was an important cradle of food for the Incas; the Sacred Valley is a lush of agricultural region that continues to supply the city of Cusco with much of its production especially with corn and vegetables. You will visit the extraordinary Pisac Inca ruins and the colourful artisan market where you can purchase some handicrafts directly from the producers. The Sacred valley tour finishes in the picturesque village of Ollantaytambo, we also will visit the Ollantaytambo Inca ruins that are known as the best surviving example of Inca urban planning and engineering; it is admired for its huge steep terraces guarding the Inca Fortress and for being one of the few places where the Spaniards lost a major battle during the conquest.
Days 3 – 6: Inca Trail to Machu Picchu: Ollantaytambo -Pisqhakuchu – Huayllabamba – Dead woman pass – Sayacmarka -wiñayhuayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco
After an early breakfast, we’ll take the tourist bus for one hour to Km 82 or Pisqhakuchu; once we arrive there we will met our crew of porters and chef. With your passport in your hand, we’ll head to the check point and start the hike. Porters carry the majority of the gear for the hike, so those passengers doing the hike only carry a small daypack with drinkable water, rain gear, snacks, and camera. Inca trail is 45km and everyone takes his own pace; the second day is the hardest because we have to pass the highest point called dead woman pass (4,200 masl) and the third day is the most beautiful because the variety of landscape and the plenty of Inca ruins that we will visit. The last of the Inca Trail trek, we’ll will start very early to be in time for the sunrise in Machu Picchu and surrounding mountains and explore the Stunning Machu Picchu before the crowd arrives from Cusco at midday. On the Inca Trail, you will pass several small Inca ruins, the first of which is Llactapata (up city) which contains a great Inca terraces with a magnificent irrigation system, also there are one hundred rooms where use to live the representative of the Inca. The second day climbs the long steep path to Warmiwañusca or Dead Woman Pas lacated at 4,200masl (14,000 ft) above sea level, this pass is the highest point of the trek. You also will see Runkuraqhay and Sayacmarka Inca ruins. The second pass of the Inca Trail is located at 4,000 masl where on clear days, you can enjoy superb views of the snow-capped mountain range of Vilcabamba from which Salkantay Mountain (6,271 masl) is the highest; we also can see the dead woman pass. From the second pass, the trail goes through some beautiful cloud forest on the gentle climb to the third pass (3,600 masl), where you will hike through a well preserved and original Inca trail you will pass through a tunnel carved by the Incas; from the third pass you start a long descent through 3,200 steps down until WiñayWayna (Young Forever) camp; around the camp there is a magnificent Inca ruins with a grandiose terraced hillside site, with panoramic views of the valley below. On the final day of the hike, we’ll climb the steps to Inti Punku or the Sun Gate overlooking the peaks that surround Machu Picchu. When the morning is clear you can see Machu Picchu below you. From here, we’ll continue 45 minutes down to Machu Picchu and start the tour within Machu Picchu. The local Quechua farmers in the area knew of Machu Picchu for centuries, but it was not until the American historian Hiram Bingham who was in search of Vilcabamba (the stronghold of the last four Incas) arrive to the site on July 24, 1911, that the rest of the world became aware of its existence. At that time the site was covered in thick vegetation, and Bingham and his team returned in 1912 and 1915 to clear the growth. Over the years, much work has been done on excavating and studying the site. NOTE: The passengers who not able or nor interested in the hike of the Inca trail for spending 2 days in Cusco, and then travel by train to the picturesque town of “Aguas Calientes” with overnight. Next morning, you will take the bus up to Machu Picchu entrance and meet with the hikers at the ruins. If you decide not to do the hike we need to know prior to your departure in order to obtain train tickets.
Distances of the Inca trail:
Day 1: Km 82 to Llulluchapampa
- Approximate distance: 15 km
- Estimated hiking time: 7 – 8 hours
Day 2: Llulluchapampa – Chaquiccocha
- Approximate distance: 15 km
- Estimated hiking time: 7 – 8 hours
Day 3: Chaquiccocha – Wiñaywayna
- Approximate distance: 10 km
- Estimated hiking time: 5 hours
Day 4: Wiñaywayna to Intipunku (Sun Gate) – Machu Picchu
Approximate distance: 5 km Estimated hiking time: 2 hours
Day 7: Free day in Cusco.
Enjoy from this free day; you can rest or you can take other program like rafting or mountain bike down to the Sacred Valley.
Days 8-9: Amazon Jungle Trip
Peru has the most biodiversity section of rainforest in the world. Puerto Maldonado has 15,000 different species of plants, 800 species of birds including the Harpy eagle, Jungle goose, Cock of the rocks and the strangely Hoatzin. The sorts of mammals you are likely to encounter are the spider Monkey, giant river otter, jaguar, ocelot, spectacled bear, deer and the strange capybaras, the largest rodent on the planet. The tour starts once we transfer you to Cusco airport for a 45-minute flight to the lowlands of Puerto Maldonado. Once we arrive, there you will have a short tour in the city and also you can leave you big backpacks in our office and carry your small back to the lodge; we will travel approximately two hours on the motorboat by the Madre de Dios River to the lodge where we will have lunch and in the afternoon. we’ll visit the monkey island. The following day, we’ll continue hike through the jungle and navigating in the lagoons observing different types of turtles, etc.
Day 10: Departure from Puerto Maldonado
After breakfast, you will be transported to Puerto Maldonado city to pick up you belongs (if you leave before) and later to the airport and return to Cusco or Lima.
From: US$ 1,355
INCA TRAIL AMAZON JUNGLE INCLUDES
All necessary things for Inca Trail Amazon Jungle tour:
- Transportation: transfer in/out airport/hotel/airport, private bus for the Sacred Valley tour, the same bus will transfer you from Ollantaytambo to Km 82 starting point of The Inca Trail, bus down from Machu Picchu to the town of “Aguas Calientes”, tourist train expeditions class from “Aguas Calientes” to Cusco, transfer to your hotel.
- Flight tickets: Round-trip transport from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado.
- Entrance Fee: For the Sacred Valley tour, Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
- Meals: All breakfasts in the hotels, delicious meals on the Inca Trail prepared by professional chefs. Food includes pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruit, avocado, pasta, chicken, fish, meat, rice, all rich in carbohydrates and suitable for trekking, also hot drinks including coca leaf tea which is excellent for the altitude, teatime every day (tea, coffee, biscuits, popcorn), (3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners and 3 afternoon teas), we’ll always offer a vegetarian option upon request, and we provide available boiled water each morning for your water bottles. As well food in the jungle lodge.
- Guide & Porters: Licensed bilingual tour guide (2 guides over 8 people).
- General Porters: For camping equipment, food and kitchen gears.
- Extra Porter: To carry your personal items (6kg) in duffel bags that we provide. You must carry your daypack.
- Camping Equipment: We provide brand new 4 season four people capacity tents for two people, Thermal-a-rest, dinning room tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, seats, tables, tent for the guides and porters, kitchen gear and backpacks, warm clothes and life insurance for the porters.
- Accommodations: Hotel based on double occupancy: 3 nights in Cusco ***Hotel, 1 night in Ollantaytambo ***Hotel 2 nights in the jungle lodge; 3 nights in camping tents. If you would like a private room, there is an additional cost of US$20.00 per night.
- Other Items: Local guide for permanent assistance.
- First-aid kit, oxygen bottle.
- Lunch and dinner while you stay in the city of Cusco and the town of “Aguas Calientes” (Machu Picchu); You must consider a budget from US$15 to US$20 for each meal.
- Sleeping Bag: Can be rented in our office for US $20 for the entire trek.
- Airport taxes and tips for the staff.
RECOMMENDED THINGS TO TAKE
- PASSPORT. – You MUST take your passport and a photocopy is not sufficient. (Keep it in a plastic bag in case of rain) SLEEPING BAG.-You will need a good warm sleeping bag for the Inca Trail trek. Sleeping bags can be hired for US20-25, please let your Tour Leader know at the Inca trail Briefing. A four season (or -10) bag is recommended for the winter months. At other times you will probably be fine in a 3 season (or -4/-5) bag although this depends on how much you feel the cold and is given as a guideline only.
- SILK SLEEPING BAG LINER.- Especially recommended if you plan to hire a sleeping bag but can also give your own bag added warmth.
- DAY PACK.- A day bag that has easy access to water bottles (external side pockets) or a day pack with a built in hydration bladder. This bag only needs to be large enough to hold the few things you need during the day (hat, water, camera, snacks, rain jacket etc).
- WATERPROOF, WELL WORN-IN WALKING BOOTS.- Good quality, comfortable footwear is essential. Whatever you wear on your feet the most important thing is comfort. It is vital to ensure your boots are well worn in and lightweight. Ankle support and waterproofing is recommended but if you already have something comfortable with good grip on rocks then don’t go rushing out to buy new boots – you are better off with your well-worn in pair!
- PLASTIC BAGS.- to keep your belongings and clothes dry (wrap everything in plastic bags).
- TOILET PAPER .- Most important! Also small plastic bags or zip lock bags for rubbish which can then be thrown in the main rubbish bag provided by the porters. Please don’t dispose of your toilet paper on the ground!
- WET WIPES AND OR FACE WIPES.- These are an essential and will come in handy after a long day of trekking and no showers.
- SMALL TOWEL AND BASIC PERSONAL TOILETRIES.- There is an opportunity for a shower at the campsite on the third night so bring travel size shampoo and shower gel if you would like to use it, plus wet wipes for the rest of the trek.
- WATER BOTTLE.- bring one large (1.5 litre) or two or three small water bottles that can be refilled on the trail with boiled water, which will be supplied daily
- WALKING CLOTHING IN LAYERS.-(e.g. zip off trousers, fleece, T-shirts). It’s a personal choice as to how many items you bring however please remember there’s a 5kg limit. We recommend the following; 2 Pairs of long Walking Trousers (Zip off are a very hand choice but not a necessity) 2 T-shirts 1 Pair of shorts Rain Jacket or Poncho (Poncho can be purchased locally for a $2-3) 5 Pairs of Thick socks
- WARM CLOTHING FOR NIGHT TIME.- Fleece, long pants, woollen hat, gloves
- THERMAL UNDERWEAR. – Thermal wear is highly recommended, being light, warm and will keep you warm at night.
- SUNSCREEN, SUNGLASSES AND SUNHAT
- PERSONAL MEDICATION AND BASIC FIRST AID KIT .- Band-Aids, Imodium, Panadol, rehydration sachets
- CAMERA AND SPARE BATTERIES, MEMORY CARDS OR FILM.- Please note: there are no electrical outlets on the Inca Trail so make sure you fully charge and or have spare batteries!
- SNACKS.- Chocolates, chips, biscuits, energy bars. Snacks are provided during the trek but you may like to bring one or two extras just in case. If you have a dietary requirement then be recommend bringing some suitable snacks from home. We will accommodate you for Breakfast, lunch and dinner however for snacks it’s recommended to bring some just to be safe.
- HEAD TORCH OR STANDARD TORCH (FLASH-LIGHT) .- (Very Important) and spare batteries. TROPICAL STRENGTH INSECT REPELLENT
- ANTISEPTIC HAND GEL
- SWIMWEAR FOR AGUAS CALIENTES HOT POOLS.- Towels can be hired there for 3 soles.
- FLIP-FLOPS / THONGS / JANDALS.- If you wish to have a shower on the third night and to wear around camp after a long day of trekking.
- EAR PLUGS.- In case your tent ‘roomie’ is a snorer.
GETTING TO CUSCO PERU
You will land at the International Airport in Cusco when you come from Lima the capital of Peru. Our travel representatives will receive you at the Airport and then transfer you to a hotel in the center of city. That will be our first task after you land in this historical city at 2,400m. The itinerary then follows in the coming days.
WHY TO TREK WITH US?
“SUNRISE PERU TREK” offers a wonderful opportunity to help you visit those areas, culture and tradition of Peru that have never been explored before. Your Inca Trail Amazon Jungle trip itineraries are fully customized in order to meet the individualized needs and interest of each traveler. We also partner with local Porters and Leaders to help you get maximum out of the trip. We are highly dedicated and offer years of experience to plan an outstanding adventure trip for you. Customer service is our top priority; therefore, we cater to every possible need of yours during your stay in Peru be it the food, accommodation, varied destinations or your communication needs. Despite all these facilities, our best packages are offered at a very competitive rate.
INCA TRAIL TREKKING PERMIT
There are some restricted trekking destinations in Peru which require special permission from the government of Peru all trekkers (locals and foreigners). They also need to pay a fixed royalty to trek some of the selected places in Peru. Some of the restricted trekking destinations like: Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Comfort Class Inca Trail and Salcantay trek to Machu Picchu;, etc. require special trek permit. However, there won’t be any such problem as we, the company, will look after the legal formalities in securing the trek permits for the clients. It will be our responsibility to secure trek permits for you.
As most of the trekking destinations in Peru exceed 4,000 meters of altitude, high altitude sickness is one of the common problems faced by the trekkers. High altitude sickness can be very fatal and dangerous if you are not prepared for the same. Some of the trekking destinations like:Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, Ausangate Trek exceeds the 5000 meters of altitude with chances of high altitude sickness. However, if you are aware of the problem and if you take special measure, then altitude sickness can be avoided and will not be much of a problem. As we have experienced trekking guides and a team of experienced hand, altitude sickness will not be a problem and even if it occurs, it will be handled well by our team members.
Whenever we embark on a tour package or Inca Trail Amazon Jungle itinerary, we are fully prepared of the possible consequences or the untoward incidents, and hence our team carries a separate medical kit. Medical kit is of immense help and importance during our tours and treks as you never know what will happen next, even regarding the health of the trekkers. Availability of medical kit is very paramount as it will help to provide immediate medical attention to the needy person. Problems of high altitude sickness, shortness of breathing, dizziness, etc. are the ones frequently encountered during the trek. Presence of medical kit helps to resolve any of such problems and provides immediate relief and medical attention to the person who is in need for the same.
Some special trekking equipment are necessary for trekking and expeditions. Such special equipment will have to be brought or arranged by you. As such equipment are quite expensive; it is not possible for us to arrange such materials. However, general trekking and minor accessory requirements will be provided by the company. You only need to bring with you some of the special trekking equipment necessary for trek and expeditions. Also, if you do not have such equipment then we can provide you with such equipment, but you need to pay for it.
FOOD AND ACCOMMODATION
We always make sure that our customers get the right value for their money. Therefore, we always attempt to make some of the best arrangements for our customers. To ensure a comfortable stay, we book tourist standard hotel in Cusco and Aguas Calientes town before and after your trek. Normally, the rooms are twin share, where you will have to share your room with another member of your group. However, this totally depends on the size of your group and the availability of rooms in the hotel. On request, triple share can also be arranged. Moreover, if you are looking for a single supplement room, extra charges will be applied. During the Inca Trail Amazon Jungle tour, your stay is arranged camping sites or lodges with shared amenities. You can also enjoy a hot shower in these lodges. In the absence of shower few buckets of hot water can also be arranged. A full board meal (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and tea &coffee) will be provided during the entire trek. Usually, porridge, toast or chapattis, oatmeal and local bread are served for breakfast. The food served for lunch and dinner are simply great. Peru offers a fantastic selection of good to top quality hotels with a number of reliable chains operating in the main tourist destinations including the Peruvian-owned Casa Andina as well as international brands such as Starwoods Hotels. A number of the country’s colonial buildings have been transformed into luxury hotels to offer guests a glimpse into Peru’s heritage whilst enjoying a comfortable stay. For those looking for something a little more rustic there’s the chance to spend a night in a tree house in the Amazon though jungle lodges can also offer 5* convenience for discerning visitors.
OUR ATTEMPT WHILE YOU ARE ON A TREK
Most of our trails take you to the remote region of Peru, where communication facilities are very less. Therefore, “SUNRISE PERU TREK” takes all the responsibility to deliver your message to your family, friend, relatives or the concerned person. Our guides are provided with a cell phone and are contacted on a regular basis. You can use the cell phone provided to our guides to send your message to us which will further be delivered to the respected person. Also, our guides will make every attempt to follow the planned itinerary; however, it is kindly requested to be flexible in case of changes in the itinerary caused by extreme weather conditions.
OPTIONAL SOLO SLEEPER
If you are travelling alone one of the most rewarding things you can do is join a small group tour. Not only does it connect you with other like-minded travellers but it means you have other people to share and reminisce on your experiences with when you return home. In general, approximately one third of any group will be made up of single travellers, with the remainder being friends or couples travelling together. All of our holidays are based on twin share, so solo travellers generally share a room or tent with someone of the same gender, however if you prefer your own space you may like to consider our Optional Solo Sleeper. For a fixed price per tour, you can enjoy your very own room or tent ensuring you more space, quiet time and privacy. This option will give you your own room or tent for every night, or in the majority of locations on your trip. Prices for the Solo Sleeper option, and tour specific information, are available on tour pages. The number of Solo Sleepers we can offer per tour is limited and is subject to availability so it’s best to book early if you would like this option.
Based on past experience, we recommend at least Peruvian soles 200 – 500 (approx. USD 120 – 150) per day to cover your normal expenses including sightseeing, small souvenir shopping and meals. If you wish to purchase expensive souvenirs, you will need to budget for more, or use your credit cards for these purchases. Remember, this is a rough figure only and spending habits vary greatly between individuals according to their budget and habits!
Although you may not be accustomed to tipping at home, tipping (known locally as ‘baksheesh’) is an important way of life in Peru and is something that is done by locals as well as tourists. When travelling with top deck, tips are already included on anything that forms part of your itinerary, including bus/coach drivers, included meals, hotel staff, local guides, etc. This includes your SUNRISE PERU TREK tour leader. That means you do not have to tip for any of these included services! However, you will need to tip for services that are not included, so please take this into consideration when working out your budget. For example, you will need to tip at non-included meals when you pay for the meal yourself, even if your Trip Leader has helped organize it, and you will need to tip for anything you do on your free time. Your Inca Trail Amazon Jungle Trip Leader can advise you what an appropriate tip amount is. A general rule when tipping is if the service warrants it, tip what you think is a fair amount, and if you do not think so, then do not tip or tip less than normal. Also, do not get bullied into tipping and disregard any comments that you have not given enough.
For Inca Trail Amazon Jungle , is compulsory for all passengers to take out comprehensive travel insurance before the trip departs covering cancellation, medical expenses including repatriation, loss or damage to baggage and personal belongings, money and personal liability. You must bring a copy of your travel insurance policy with you on the trip. Your Trip Leader will make a record of your travel insurance details at the start of your trip, e.g. the name of the insurance company, the 24 hour emergency telephone number, and your policy number. These will be sent to our operations team to ensure that if you lose your policy details, they can be easily retrieved.
Depending on your trip, you could be travelling in a modern air-conditioned coach or mini-buses, or tourist train. Importantly we own all of our coaches, meaning we can be sure they are well serviced and of a high standard. The quality of all other types of transport has been thoroughly checked and verified by our local offices to ensure they meet our specific requirements. All transport is included in your trip price, and will ensure you arrive at each destination feeling refreshed and ready to explore.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
We want to make sure you’re having the time of your life while travelling with us. Therefore, if you suffer from any kind of medical condition or allergies, we will need to know at the time of booking, or at least 2 weeks prior to the departure of your trip. If you require regular medication, you must have a sufficient supply before your trip departs, as it may be difficult to obtain while travelling. You must be able to administer your own medication. Strict food and water hygiene is essential to avoid diarrhoea. Make sure food has been properly prepared, drink only boiled or bottled water and keep in mind that ice will likely come from tap water. Also take precautions against insect bites and sunburn. During the hot summer months it is advisable to carry bottled water in your day-pack at all times.
For Inca Trail Amazon Jungle tour, we recommend that you ensure your tetanus, diphtheria, typhoid, polio and hepatitis vaccinations are up to date. Please consult a medical practitioner for the relevant requirements prior to travelling.
If you are arriving a few days before the start of your Inca Trail Amazon Jungle trip, please be advised not to accept offers from people to visit specialty shops or to take guided tours. These people are not associated with SUNRISE PERU TREK and therefore we can’t be responsible for the service you receive from them. Your Inca Trail Amazon Jungle trip includes professional guides who will accompany you to all the sites mentioned in your itinerary.
Should you encounter any difficulties meeting your transfer from the airport to the starting hotel, depending on which country you are in you can contact a SUNRISE PERU TREK representative on the following:
- Mauro Pedraza – Operations Manager Mobile: +(51) 984 734633
- Henrry Chauca – Operations Mobile: +(51) 950 313131
- Sharon Ovalle – SUNRISE PERU TREK Representatives Supervisor Mobile: +(51) 974 359484
IN CASES OF EMERGENCY
While we hope you never have to use it, if for any reason you need to contact someone from SUNRISE PERU TREK, whether it be that you have missed a trip departure meeting, have become separated from your trip on the road or any other unforeseeable problem, the following options are available to you.
- Cusco Office Your best recourse to assistance during the day is to call our team between 8am-9pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am-4pm. Telf: +51 84 237404
- Emergency Contact If you need to contact SUNRISE PERU TREK outside of the above hours the following number is available: Mobile: +(51) 984 734633
Please remember if it is a genuine emergency, we of course want you to call us; however, if it can wait until the next day, we ask that you call during our office hours. Thank you.