“Short on time but want more of an authentic Perú experience? Join us for a jungle trek and a stay in our high Jungle paradise before visiting Machu Picchu, one of the world’s wonders”
Ages 6-65, max of 9 per group
Duration: 3 days
Start time: Check availability
What's not included
- Entry/Admission - Inca Jungle
- Entry/Admission - Banos Termales de Cocalmayo
- Entry/Admission - Santa Teresa
- Entry/Admission - Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu
- Tiping, optional activities,other expenses and services not speciﬁed on this
- Departure details
- Cusco, Peru We pick you up from your hotel in Cusco or Sacred Valley
- Returns to original departure point
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 26203P2
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
- If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 26203P2
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About the operator
Eco Quechua Lodge
Santa Teresa, Peru
Joined in January 2010
- Johverano00Summer DaysEverything is well in Eco Quechua Lodge, I spent three days all full of sun and adventure. delicious food, great company, and awesome hosts. Also is a nice environment for writing or working on your things. Ask for the surrounding attractions
- emilyce9000Tree house hotelA beautiful hotel that felt like a tree house in the jungle. The accommodations were wonderful, with warm showers and complimentary breakfast. It is close to hot springs and a few great restaurants. They have very friendly puppies and a kitten around the property too. It is a bit further than we expected from Macchu Pichu so be aware that you must take the train from here back to Aguas Calientes.
- jamespP9092KN00Great location - Very family friendlyThe lodge is in a perfect location to access Machu Pichu without dealing with the boards of tourists. It is a short car ride to Hydroelectrica and from there either a 30 min train ride or 3 hour spectacular walk into the base of Machu Pichu. (Note they will tell you 2 hours, not true unless you are a power walker) It is also a short cab ride $5-$6 USD / 30 Peruvian to the hot springs (also a walkable distance, they say 30 min but more like an hour) The lodge is a hideaway from the world and melting into a chair to listen to the river and birds, well you can quickly lose a couple of hours. The owner is super helpful if you can be patient with her English - she really is the Matron of the lodge and helped greatly in understand how to get to Machu Pichu and providing an excellent driver that wouldn’t take advantage of you as a tourist. Again I would highly recommend Valle Santa - see review of local restaurant as well from me.
- JohnNorge00Gorgeous viewVery nice place to stay! Only minus was no hot shower (only reason for the 4 stars). Friendly staff and very nice room, with a gorgeous view. Dinner and breakfast was good. Also try the coffee! Was booked by travel agency for us, but definitely stay there myself next time.
- 281michalv00Great jungle ExperienceWe stayed for 3 nights and the experience was very authentic and warming. We felt like at home, even if we were in the middle of a jungle in nice bungalows. The place has many levels, some in the trees. Always lot of fruit as a compliment to eat, great food and coffee! Would definitely recommend to everyone looking for a natural and jungle type stat experience.
- Robi C00Wicked Eco resortWe stay there for a 3nights and it was very nice and clean. Rooms are up in the trees, you hear the sound of the river and its just so nice. 45min nice walk to the amazing thermals or get a cheap taxi 3soles/p.p. 10min The owner is super nice and helpful. Help us organize the trip to Machu Picchu and everything. Highly recommended!
- PeruDreamer00This is ParadiseThis place is just unreal. The rooms are beautiful and the views from them ever more. The washrooms are clean and no issues with the water. The wifi isn't the greatest in some of the rooms but it does work well in the other lounging areas of the lodge. The beds are clean and comfortable and this place really makes you not want to leave. The sounds of the river and the birds are like no where else. The restaurant/cafe area is full of all kinds of amazing plants including local herbs and fruits. The coffee is to die for and the food at the restaurant is delicious. Make sure you check this place out if you're in the area you won't be disappointed.
- meganyoungmee00Perfect Hideaway Jungle Bungalow-Gorgeous place, incredibly friendly staff, wonderful stayI had such a rejuvenating and restful stay at Eco Quechua. The grounds were lush and well cared for. The rooms were cozy and well-equipped. The staff was kind hearted, thoughtful. The sound of the river put to me to sleep every night. I highly recommend this amazing little lodge for people traveling through to Machu Picchu or for folks in the Sacred Valley looking for a recharge. I personally enjoyed amazing coffee, breakfast and fruit and reading on the patio in the hammock. The Lodge is very close to the Colcalmayu Hotsprings- just a 20-30 min lovely walk along the river through Jungle/Mountain landscape.
- njd148800Pretty goodIn Eco Choquena we were in a treehouse type room with bugs and mosquito netting. During the night there was a lot of barking strays dogs and crowing roosters during the night. The sound of the river was very nice. Very kind helpful staff. WiFi in common areas only. Hot water shower was a huge plus.
- jasonsL9070HF00Not for the faint of heartI will give the property itself high marks for those that are adventurous (think backpacking). The food was also surprisingly delicious. The major downfall of our 2 night stay was the lack of communication and the overall high price for everything we did. I will say this and hope to be clear, this is not a lodge friendly to families wanting to travel easily between cusco, aquas calientes, the sacred valley, and santa theresa. The most important part of booking your stay with the lodge is knowing what to expect. If you are flexible in your vacation and don't mind paying the high costs of services this is an acceptable stay. Also, if arranging travel through the lodge from cusco airport, be weary of stopping in Chinchero to purchase alpaca goods. The stores here are to take advantage of tourists and they are very very expensive compared to everywhere else in and around cusco/sacred valley. To do it all over again (santa theresa was nice and unique) but for the cost and inconvenience we would chose to stay anywhere in the sacred valley and take a day trip to macchu picchu (as we understood aguas calientes to not be very nice).
- colm L00Friendly, Comfortable, but bring earplugsA long and winding road from Cusco in our own taxi which the accommodation had organised for us at a very reasonable cost. Although after coming down from the train back to Cusco I think I would take that option going, be it a bit more expensive. Lovely lodge, we had the top floor, room 300, very comfortable 4'6 bed with netting around. Bathroom with shower for nice hot shower, but not too powerful. Breakfast, every morning was delicious and filling, and you can taste the freshness from the fruit and other ingredients. We had drinks there during 'Happy Hour', 5 to 8pm, which again we're delicious using fresh fruit. We were the only ones there, in the actual whole accommodation at times, which in one way was grand, but we needed help organising trips and it was hard to come by at times. That was partially due to our lack of Spanish. But the kindness and helpfulness of the people, not only here, but in the town shone through. The noice, or soothing sounds of the river outside really helped sleeping. But was rudely awoken every night by dogs barking at themselves. Left for a broken sleep. So be mindful of that.
- RSL300Amazing placeWe arrived at this lodge after a 6hour mini bus journey from Cusco. The whole place was very much like a tree house feel. We were welcomed with fresh fruit juice and shown to our rooms. They were very simple but very nice. We had a view through the trees towards the river..that by the way doesn't sound as loud as some critics have complained about in past reviews. The beds all have mosquito nets and the bathroom has toiletries and lashings of HOT water. Kiki and Janet recommended we try out the vertikal zipline which we went to the next day. Absolutely the best experience ever!! Also the local thermal baths are a must..especially if you've been sat in a bus for 6hours or walked in from somewhere. Really enjoyed staying here and definitely would recommend staying here.
- jaena00Great relaxing stay in beautiful surroundingsFirst of all, I always research reviews on places to visit and hotels, but sad to say I never had the habit of actually leaving reviews until recently. I must say this place really needs a review for anyone who is considering booking a stay here. If you are undecided let me help you out. Book it. I recently stayed here with my wife, family and a friend, we all loved it and said we wish we had booked to stay longer. Kiki and Janet were fantastic hosts, friendly and so helpful. At book in we were greeted with a welcome drink and then shown to our rooms. The rooms are very clean and natural looking with a comfortable bed. The mosquito nets looked brand new and we had a great view of the trees and river through a large picturesque window. HOT WATER: forget previous reviews of complaints on the lack of hot water. They have updated the system and we had burning hot water all day long. I love hot showers and even had to mix it with cold water, that’s how hot it was. I liked the personal touch of consulting if you wanted a evening meal and having it cooked fresh when you wanted it. One suggestion I would give is “do the zip line”. Kiki recommended it to us and you can get a great price if you book it through him when you arrive rather than online. We delayed and had to pay a bit more (our own fault not the hotels) and it was nothing more than AMAZING. I would definitely repeat it, but next time take a GoPro to capture every moment. To get to the thermal baths we spoke to Janet, and within 5-10 mins the taxi was there and we arranged with him a time to pick us up and to our surprise he was punctual and there waiting for us (16 years living in Peru that very rarely happens) This place is on my list of where to stay again in the future and have already recommended it to friends for their future trips. OH! Last point to mention, some reviews mention as a complaint the noise from the river!! They probably complained about birds tweeting, trees swaying and the sun coming up too early in the morning. My advice, read proper reviews. Thanks for a great stay guys.
- jjcoffman0025th anniversary stay!We booked this lodge to stay while we were exploring Machu Picchu. It's a beautiful lodge, the views are amazing, the food was great and the massages we booked were fantastic. The only bummer was the extra $32 each person, each way, to take the train to and from Aguas Calientes. For this reason, we changed our two night stay to one, but we really enjoyed it!
- Belisario S00Beautiful placeVery quite and nice place full of nature the rooms are beautiful and with the river sound, excellent service and they are friendly to recommend you the best way to arrive to machupicchu and close interesting places around.