If you want to do more on the way on the way to Machu Picchu, then the Inca Jungle Trek is your choice. This trek is not just a trek, it is much more than that. A typical Inca Jungle Trek itinerary includes ziplining, river rafting and even mountain biking.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to make an adventure out of your trek to Machu Picchu, then you will get rewarded with seeing an unspoilt part of the Inca Trail system: Qhapaq Ñan. The Inca Jungle Trek is predominantly popular amongst backpackers. No surprises there, because it has exactly the right price-quality comparison for those traveling on a shoestring.
If you think that this is one of the alternatives to the Classic Inca Trail Trek, you would wonder why the Inca Jungle Trek is not more popular. No permit restrictions on the trail, and full of adrenaline. This is the other Inca Trail. This is the Inca Jungle Trek!
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