Come with us for PERU VILCABAMBA TREK with biking plus trekking Vilcabamba 6d5n Machupicchu is definitely an adventure that you will never forget to Vilcabamba Trek to Machupicchu since this adventure is the connection with the beginning of the amazon jungle and plus biking.
The first day is just nice downhill through the beginning of the amazon jungle and is a memorable trip on your trek to Machupicchu in this trip with plan biking plus trekking Vilcabamba 6d5n.
Vilcabamba Trail To Machupicchu
If you are looking to explore Vilcabamba trail in Cusco Peru with a magic connection to Machupicchu, come with us, and we carry everything on horses for the duration of our trip. Our hiking adventure delves deep into the hidden wonders of the Andes mountains, and at the beginning of the Amazon jungle.
Moreover, you enjoy this adventure hike by doing mountain biking on the first day the downhill part, with everything included, from the beginning to the end, like food and the entrance fees, and horses to carry all the equipment needed for the Vilcabamba trek, and plus a professional chef who cooks mainly organic fresh food along the trekking to Machupicchu.
In conclusion, this hiking adventure is starting with a nice mountain bike, through the beginning of the amazon jungle, on a downhill paved road for a couple of hours, with passing some small villages, then the following days hiking through the beautiful mountains, with visiting some Inca sites, firstly Vilcamaba and then at the end Machupicchu Inca fortress.
This is a nice hiking trail, since the Inca time, and the combination of amazing nature and culture, which makes the Vilcabamba trekking unique adventure in Peru country, with a connection to Machu Picchu city plus camping.
Also, the Vilcabamba hike is for experienced off-the-beaten-track trekkers, that are looking for an adventure hike experience in Peru country.
Itinerary Vilcabamba Trek – Chacras Travel Peru
Day 1: Cusco – Ollantaytambo- Mountain Pass- Santa Teresa
We pick you up at your hotel by 5:40 am, then ride our private transportation for an hour and 45 minutes to Ollantaytambo Village, which is famous for some beautiful archeological sites, and have here some breakfast, then we drive for 45 minutes more to the beginning of our mountain biking through the beginning of the amazon jungle.
After riding for a couple of hours, we get our boxed lunch and then still we ride our mountain bike for an hour, even more then we arrive in Santa Teresa village for the overnight, and then this place is surrounded surprisingly by amazing vegetation and see plenty of coffee and tea plantations and besides, mango trees and citrus trees.
Day 2: Santa Teresa- Huancacalle- Vilcabamba- Vitcus
Wake up by 5:am, and then breakfast and afterward, we ride our private car to Huanccalle village and passing through beautiful valleys with coca native bush farming and nice waterfalls for the photos, and some wooden bridges to Huancacalle, and once we get here, we get our packed lunch and then we hike to this beautiful archaeological site, Vilcabamba and the Ñustahispana (or White Rock).
The hike will be about 2 hours around the trip, and plus having tour and taking photos and then we will be the way back to the campsite by 6:pm, hiking through the original Inca trail and also this place is located on the ridge of the mountain and surrounded by outstanding views to some valleys.
- Accommodation: Camping Huancacalle(3000 masl)
- Today’s walk: 2 hours
- 6 kilometers, which is 7 miles
- Accommodation in camping tents
- Here there is electricity to charge the cameras
Day 3: Huancacalle- Asuntina Pass – Racachaca
We wake at 4:30 am, then breakfast, and afterward, we hike uphill and observe some flora and maybe some fauna, and arriving in 4 hours to the pass, called Asuntina Pass (3915m), then we hike some beautiful downhill for 30 minutes for the lunch.
Then, we hike through nice vegetation still downhill for 40 minutes, then some gentle part and by the end some uphill to the campsite and hiking along the well preserved Inca trail and see some snow-capped mountain and then we follow crystal clear river, so this is a spectacular hike as you leave the high jungle and arrive at the Andes.
Accommodation: Camping Racachaca (3600m) or Hatun Pampa, arriving here by 5:30 pm
- Today 1 pass
- Today walk 9 hours and 18 kilometers
- Accommodation in camping tents
Day 4: Racachaca – Hatun Pampa – Yanococha Pass – Mutuypata
Wake up at 4:30 am, and have breakfast, then we hike 3 hours uphill to Yanococha Pass located at (4230 masl) and then comes some little downhill and then uphills and downhills with gentle parts for 2 hours and view to some small lake named Yanacocha and then climbing to the second pass, named Tullu Tacanca (4400masl), on the way we see more small lakes and one big lake and hiking through highland grass trail, with spongy moss, then arriving at the third pass located at 4450 masl, named Abra, then some downhill for 30 minutes for the lunch place.
This is a difficult day trekking with many changes in altitude, but also beautiful high alpine lakes and snow-capped mountains, and then lunch, then we keep going downhill for 3 hours until the beginning of the amazon jungle for camping to the place, called Mutuy, hiking just full downhill with some Inca stone steps recommended having hiking sticks so today arriving to the camp by 5: pm.
- Today one big pass, then two small passes
- Today walk 9 hours19 kilometers, which 12 miles
- Accommodation in a camping tent
Day 5: Mutuypata – Yanatile – Hydroelectric Station – Aguas Calientes Town
After breakfast, our hike is all downhill for 10 minutes, then we hike through a wide dirt road for cars, for 4 hours and hike through the beginning of the Amazon jungle the temperature is hot, and hiking through the canyon filled with roaring water and continue by coffee plantations and fruit trees and granadilla plantations and then hot pepper bushes and we arrive Yanatile village.
From here we take car to the Hydro-Electric station, and have some packed lunch on the way, and afterward, we hike for 3 hours along the railway line to Aguas Calientes town enjoying the hike at the base of Machupicchu and the road is shaded by trees and being nice gentle hike and then arrive at Aguas Calientes town.
- Accommodation in Hostel
- Today walk 6 hours 12 kilometers, which is 7 miles
- Time to ride car an hour, from Yanatile small town to the Hydro-Electric train station
Day 6: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco
Breakfast in the hostel by 4:30 am, and then we ride the bus up to the ruins of Machu Picchu, then we take you to the viewpoint of Machupicchu, so here you appreciate the sunrise and the best outstanding views and afterward, we have guided tour for 2 hours and a half, then some free time for a couple of hours, so in your free time, you can go to the sun gate, which is 2 hours round trip.
Then ride the bus the way down to Aguas Calientes town and have some lunch and then the train the way back to Ollantaytambo for 2 hours and then a bus for 2 hours the way back to Cusco city and drop you off in your hotel and being the end of this trip biking plus trekking Vilcabamba 6d5n.
- Time to ride the bus from Aguas Calientes Town 30 minutes up to Machupicchu and the way back 30 minutes
- Tour in Machupicchu 3 hours, then free time
Included For Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N :
- Mountain bike and some equipment for riding
- Private vehicle to Huancacalle – Pilaupata
- English-speaking experienced professional, mountain tour guide.
- Vegetarian, vegan or special diet meals upon request
- First-aid kit including an emergency oxygen tank
- Horses/donkeys to carry tents, food, cooking equipment, and some hot water for washing purposes.
- Safe boiled drinking water to fill up your drinking water bottle
- Hostel in Aguas Calientes town, double or triple accommodation
Not included For Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N:
- Sleeping bags
- Inflatable mattress, you can hire it in our company
- The traditional tips for your guide, cook, and staff are optional, not mandatory.
You Bring For Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N
- Sleeping bag (Minus 8ºC)
- Warm clothes and trekking pants, not jeans
- Layers for variable temperatures, especially at night
- Sun protection, and sun hat and then sunglasses
- Some pair of socks and gloves and scarf and woolen hat for cold nights
- Insect repellent and then some rain poncho and rain jacket
- Extra money for things along the road, they are shops
Additional Options To Rent:
- US$ 20 for the Down sleeping bag
- US$ 20 for a rented Backpack
- A pair of trekking poles $20
- Inflatable mattresses $20
Price Information For Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N
US$730.00 per person, in a big group, we do a discount, just write to us.
Please Note For Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N
- US$ 730 with Isic student card
- 2-3 person group us$ 1,300 per person
- 4-5 person group us$ 950 per person
- 6-8 person group us$ 750 per person
- We help you 6kg from your personal belongings for the trek
Note: We do some discounts, all year round
Daily Departures To Biking Plus trekking Vilcabamba 6D5N
A ticket for Huaynapicchu mountain is provided when you required it in advance since the number of people is limited.
Book Vilcabamba Trail To Machupicchu
For booking this hiking Vilcabamba, you have to send us a deposit of US$150 dollars through our PayPal account, and PayPal charges 7% of any amount of money to send, so that means you need to send us, US$160, and then the rest of the money in cash, when you arrive in Cusco city and then, you need to send us the following details to our WhatsApp: +51 943388685
- The date of the tour and type of tour
- Number of people
- Address in Cusco city to pick you up for the following tours
- Email and WhatsApp to keep in touch
- Passport copy through WhatsApp to pay the Peruvian tax
Then, we send you an email confirmation of the deposit and the tour.
Note: The US$160 dollars deposit, is per person, for booking this tour, then the rest of the money in Cusco city in cash, it can be in dollars or soles, this is up to you, also please the final payment with good US$ bills, because the broken dollars bills no working in Peru.
This is our PayPal account to send the deposit: email@example.com