Deep Multisport with Machu Picchu 9-Day

Daily Tour 9 days
Peru Machu Picchu, Cusco and Sacred Valley


This mega Multi-Sport adventure will take you from Cusco to Apurimac river valley, where you will enjoy a Mountain Biking escapade in one of the most pristine areas in the Andes while having extraordinary views of the Andean landscape in this very little visited part of Peru. Downhill options for experienced bikers are available too. You will embrace nature and excitement in the Apurimac’s Black canyon in a fantastic white water expedition, non-prior experience is required. And as a grand finale you will fulfill your dream by visiting one of the new world 7 wonders: Machu Picchu. Adventure, nature and lots of fun are guaranteed in this lifetime journey in deep Peru’s outdoors.

Why to choose Culturandes Travel & Adventure for this 9 Days Deep Multisport Trip with Machu Picchu?

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Culturandes Travel & Adventure help you to fulfill your dream of having an unforgettable trip without any stress and unexpected situations with:

  • Reliable and high level services
  • Certified Peruvian tour operator
  • Safe transport according to the highest standards
  • Adequate equipment for the activity
  • Detailed and personalized information prior to the trip
  • 24 hour support during your trip
  • Excellent official local guides who will be the star of your trip

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  • Wander the capital of the Inca Empire with your guide.
  • Take a horseback ride around archeological sites
  • Learn how to cook some of the finest cuisine in the world with local chefs.


  • Activate your senses having these soft activities in an unexplored area of the Andes of Cusco, that has sections of the Inca trail.
  • Visit the amazing and sacred Inca site of Maukallacta.


  • Enjoy a leisurely train ride to Machu Picchu and visit “The Lost City of the Incas”
  • Climb Huayna Picchu or walk to the Sun Gate to sample breathtaking views of Machu Picchu and the surrounding area.



After clearing customs, walk across the sky bridge to the comfortable Costa Del Sol Wydham Hotel to check in for the evening.

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After the short flight to Cusco, take some time to relax and adjust to the altitude. Next, it’s time to take a private guided walking tour to see and experience Cusco first hand. Your perfect English-speaking guide will help you explore and discover the Inca capital. Wander through this city of terra-cotta roofs, cobblestone streets, colorful markets and visit the stunning bohemian area of San Blas to meet the locals and take in some of the key sites in Cusco as well as some off the beaten track.

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Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The guide will meet you early at the hotel to leave Cusco in our private vehicle, we will drive towards Pakariqtampu. From a detour (3,250 m) we will start our mountain bike adventure for the next 2 hours (6 km). We will receive our biking equipment and a short safety briefing by our guide to then start biking through a dirt road towards the Maukallacta Inca site. 90% of the route is downhill and 10% is an uphill ride. We will arrive to the mythical Inca site called Maukallacta and Urcos (2,900 m) where we will enjoy our snack and hear stories about the Ayar brothers and wives, founders of the Inca civilization. After a short visit to this amazing and sacred Inca site, we keep biking downhill for one hour and a half to our lunch place at Molle Molle village (2200 m) and then board the van for the next 2 hours driving uphill to Huanoquite town and the Wilkacunca pass (4,100 m /13,874 ft.). From this point we will get into the Apurimac River canyon with an impressive view of the surrounding mountains and the majestic gorge of the river, the headwater of the Amazon River. At that point we will start driving down and you will notice a warm atmosphere and a growing forest until it turns into the spectacular relic of centuries old native forest. After 25 more minutes we will arrive to the Loretuyoc Bridge (3,300 m /11,316fts), where we will find our campsite beside a magical waterfall. It will be time to enjoy some cheese and wine after our dinner, plus hot drinks.


Breakfast, Lunch, dinner

After a balanced breakfast we will do a short hike to visit Loretuyoc forest where we will find over two hundred year trees of endanger species. We will find part of the royal highway coming from Cusco and going towards the Apurimac river and then to the Pacific Ocean coast. We will keep walking for the next two hours down through Kusichaca remains to Huanca Huanca village (2800 m) where we will meet the local people and have the chance to bring some help to the local school. From here, we will board the vans and will drive for a half an hour to the end of the road from where we will have a “must hike” for about 500 meters down to the river near the base of the Inca bridge of Huajachaca, used by the antique Peruvians to exchange goods between the Pacific Ocean coast and Cusco as the capital of the empire at (2100 m). Lunch will be served at the river shore. At this point we will meet the other part of the crew, our river rafting guides and all the equipment and gear to continue with our expedition by the river. After lunch our river rafting guides will provide us with our equipment and will give us a safety briefing before getting to the class II-III rapids of this fantastic river. We will paddle for about 2 to 3 hours and meet a tributary called Santo Tomas River and continue by an amazing limestone canyon, until getting to our campsite. Dinner will be served at the campsite around the campfire.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

This day, our adventure will start early with a cup of fresh coffee. After packing the camp and rig boats, we will start our day at the river, running quite a few class III and III+ rapids and then enjoying the most beautiful part of the canyon and its calm waters. We may see river otters, dears, foxes, torrent ducks and tropical Andean birds. Continuing our adventure, we will pass under several suspended bridges and waterfalls along the river. At noon, we will set camp, enjoy a happy hour and have a spectacular dinner cooked by our river guides.


Breakfast & lunch

After breakfast, we will run the most intense sets of class III to IV pool-drops rapids, like “The other right” and “3 Condors” among others. Also time to explore a couple of creeks. We will have lunch at the end of our adventure, followed by a five-hours drive to Ollantaytambo in our private vehicle.

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Transfer this morning and hop on board of one of the prettiest train rides in South America destined for Machu Picchu which sits majestically among the massive Andes, swathed in clouds. It was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its height. Its giant walls, terraces and ramps seem as if they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments.  The natural setting on the eastern slopes of the Andes encompasses the upper Amazon basin with its rich diversity of flora and fauna. Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas” is one of the most spectacular sites on earth and a place that retains its mystery, allure and mystical appeal, despite its enormous popularity. Exploring the site remains a thrilling experience, especially at sunrise, when dramatic rays of light creep over the mountaintops. After a private guided tour, we then take a late afternoon bus to the town of Machu Picchu where you spend the night. Hit the bars along the railroad tracks to share stories with some of the backpackers who’ve survived the Inca Trail, or end your fantastic day soothing your muscles in the hot springs.


If you do want to see the beautiful scenery and ancient buildings of Machu Picchu, book your trip early. The Peruvian government has placed a limit on the number of people allowed to hike the trails to the city per day. Be sure to book your tickets well in advance. The high season tends to book up quickly!


Take the option of a full day Inca Trail


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Without a doubt the best time to view Machu Picchu is at dawn before the crowds arrive on the train. We can optional drive up to the ruins in time for the opening and savor the views and the atmosphere as the light changes as the sun rises having the rest of the morning to explore the ruins by your own and perhaps walk up the famous Inca Trail to the ‘Gateway of The Sun’ (Inti Punku) or hike the Huayna Picchu Mountain for the best view of Machu Picchu. During the afternoon we descend to the railway station, and embark on the afternoon train, which slowly winds its way through the Andean countryside to Ollantaytambo where we transfer to our vehicle for the drive back to our hotel in Cusco.  (the entrance fees and hiking permits for today are not included, please ask our staff if you would like to include, remember that it sell out in advance)

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Transfer to the airport for the Cusco/Lima flight and fly back home


Ask our experts about an extension to the Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world; the enigmatic Amazon or the mysterious Nazca lines.

Ask our experts travel advisors to complete your trip including the impressive citadel of Machu Picchu, the challenging Inca Trail, a visit to the impressive Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, the majestic Colca Canyon, the mysterious Nazca lines or the enigmatic jungle or the Kingdom of the Chachapoyas.


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