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3 Day Multi-Sport to Machu Picchu 

3 days, 2 nights you'll never forget

3 Days 2 Nights, starting in Ollantaytambo Peru
$995/ person

This action-packed 3-day adventure takes you on a thrilling bike ride through the clouds followed by a relaxing soak in natural hot springs. Day two features a scenic hike alongside the Urubamba River with glimpses of hidden Inca ruins. You'll reach Aguas Calientes, the base town for Machu Picchu, where you can explore and unwind before the grand finale. Day three is dedicated to exploring the magnificent Machu Picchu citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a knowledgeable guide. This trip is perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of Machu Picchu while incorporating some adventure activities.


Day 1 

Our three-day expedition to Machu Picchu begins with a scenic drive into the clouds that peak Abra Malaga and the Continental Divide, biking down the backside- nearly 9000 feet on a paved road to the upper Amazon Jungle town of Santa Maria. This bike ride is unlike any other- the stunning green mountains and fresh air will take your breath away! We will then take a dramatic road and travel to our Lodge in the jungle town of Santa Theresa. There are some wonderful, natural hot springs in the area, that we will relax in for the night. 

Day 2 

After a local breakfast, we begin the three-hour hike alongside the Urubamba River which will take us right to Aguas Calientes. This is the base of Machu Picchu. Catch your first glimpses of the Incan buildings high up on the mountainside as well as a few that are seen by only a few travelers a year compared to the masses that go to Machu Picchu via the traditional Inca Trail or bus route. You will stop for lunch along the way, and there is also an option to stop at a botanical garden! We will spend some time exploring the town when we make it into Aguas Calientes aka Machu Picchu town, before digging in to a nice dinner. 

Day 3

Machu Picchu day! It's finally time to explore one of the 7 Wonders of the World!!  Make no mistake, no matter how many pictures you have seen or how crowded you might worry that it is, a visit to Machu Picchu remains one of the most spectacular days one can spend anywhere. The site is underrated as far as we are concerned, particularly when it comes to water management, architecture, civil engineering and planning, and the sheer and overwhelming beauty of its construction and integration into the mountains. We never get tired of it, it's INCREDIBLE. We will get up early and take the bus up to the site itself, visit as long as you want with your knowledgeable and licensed guide, then back down and train back through the jungle to Ollantaytambo.

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