Ausangate Trek 5 days

USD $599

This is an incredible experience. this 5-day magnificent trekking adventure takes you across snow-capped mountains and high andean glaciers. furthermore, this walk provides a true flavor of andean living. pass by herds of llamas and alpacas in isolated local “quechua villages.” camps around hot springs and “turquoise lakes” are home to a variety of bird species, including the majestic “andean condor.” explore the breathtaking “ausangate lake” and “mountain peak.”

Ausangate Trek 5 Days at a Glance



This Morning you’ll meet the team and hike to “Upis” camp site enjoy the lunch surrounded mountain areas, later afternoon we’ll visut Huayna Ausangate lake.   



Enjoy the hike beside  the grand ausangate today this afternoon you’ll explore thr area by the lagoon atun pucacocha



Spend the morning hiking and explore the amazing seanary before the lunch at afternoon spend with local family and study about andean culture.



Trek throught brethtaking landscape  explore and andean reagion enjoy the free afternoon



Relax in the hot springs this morning before trekking to a small community, study about traditional before board to cusco.


  • Raft down the river.
  • On this adventure journey, you may do hiking, biking, rafting, and zip-lining.
  • While climbing the Inca Trail, learn about Peruvian coffee culture as well as the surrounding flora and fauna.
  • Be a witness to incredible breakthroughs.
  • Learn about Inca history.
  • Discover the Inca Palace in Machu Picchu.




The guide will meet you in Cusco at 6 a.m. and take you via private transportation to the starting point of our trek at Tinqui, where we load up your gear onto the pack horses. Also, you can meet up with our chefs and porters there. We will hike for the next 3 hours to the thermal bath of Upis 4,400 m, and once you reach there, you can enjoy the delicious lunch prepared by our talented chefs.

While you enjoy the lunch, our porters will set up camp here, right in front of Ausangate Mounten. 

In the afternoon, we will trek to Huayna Ausangate Lake and enjoy a stunning sunset. In the evening, our chefs will prepare a tea table, and following tea time, you can enjoy your dinner that our chefs have prepared. 


Upis – Puca Cocha- Ananta

Since we have two crossings to cross today, we get up early and have a nice cup of tea or coffee tea given to your tent. You will then fuel up for the day by eating a large breakfast before beginning the hike up to Arapa Pass, which is 4958 meters above sea level. From there, it will descend somewhat to our lunch location, which is close to Lake Pucacocha. Following our delectable meal, we continue hiking uphill to reach Pucacocha Pass (5000 m), after which we will descend for a few more hours to our campground, Ananta.

where our mountain cottages will be for the night. We will see several glacier peaks, rivers, tiny lakes, alpacas, llamas, and local herders along the route. You will, of course, always be with your guide, who will give you an explanation of the location.


Chillca- Rainbow Mountain (5200m)- Lake Ausangate

At 4:00 am, you will be given coffee to wake you up. Following a filling breakfast, we load up, climb to the 5051-meter-high Surini Pass, where you can see the Rainbow Mountain in the distance and be surrounded by multicolored scenery. After that, we descend to Circle Lake and keep going over the flat terrain of Peru until we reach Rainbow Mountain.

where the breathtakingly colorful mountains and their environs will be ours to enjoy. At 8:00 am, we will arrive at Rainbow Mountain. After hiking for almost two hours, we will arrive at Alqatari, where we will have lunch and dinner before spending the night in our mountain huts. We will trek past little towns and, of course, llamas and alpacas along the route.


Ausangate Cocha – Quinsacocha – Jampa

Following our delectable breakfast, we start our hike towards Palomani Pass, the 5300-meter high highest point on the Ausangate trail that we will be visiting. As a result, you will experience a sense of nirvana that surpasses all other hiking experiences across Cusco. The Andes’ magnificent valleys and canyons will be appreciated, but keep in mind that condors may be soaring overhead. Reaching the summit will place you directly at the base of Ausangate Mountain, which the people refer to as their protector.

We will be able to see many glacier peaks, rivers, crimson lakes, bubbling streams, chinchillas, alpacas, local herders, and llamas while traveling. After that, we’ll go up and down to Huchuy Phinaya, where we’re having lunch. We climbed for an additional hour to reach Surapampa, our campsite, following our delectable lunch. Since this campsite is near a rocky area, many chinchilas perched atop rocks will be seen.


Jampa – Pacchanta – Cusco

After crossing the final pass today, we start our three-hour hike uphill to reach the final pass, which is located at 4900 meters. From here, we get more views of the Ausangate glacier peaks and its seven lakes. After that, we will descend to PACCHANTA, our lunch location, where our cooks will prepare our final meal.

Pacchanta has a lovely natural hot spring in the center of the mountain. You would therefore love to take a soak in the hot springs and possibly have some beer after five days of climbing. As a result, you will have the opportunity to purchase some locally manufactured handicrafts. After bidding our riders farewell, we board a private van and make the three-hour drive back to Cusco. At six o’clock at night, we finally return you to your hotel.

What’s Included?

Permits & Entrance Tickets

  • Biking Tickets (day 1)
  • Rafting Tickets in Santa Maria (Day 1)
  • Zip Lining tickets (Day 3)
  • Entrance Tickets Cocalamayo Hot Springs
  • Entrance Tickets Machu Picchu  (CIRCUIT 1 or 2 )
  • High Quality Service & safety 

Pre – departure Briefing

  • Attend our full briefing at 6:00 p.m. the day before your departure at the Sap Adventures office to ensure you’re trekking-ready. Can’t make it in-person? Not an issue. Simply contact us via WhatsApp at +51960827076 to schedule a virtual briefing. To ensure a smooth setup, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance to schedule a bespoke session with your tour guide.

Experienced Guides

  • Our trips are guided by certified bilingual (English and Spanish) tourism guides. All guides working with SAP  are Peruvian government-licensed and have graduated from recognized Peruvian colleges or tourist schools. This guarantees that you receive informed and expert advice throughout your trip.

Medical Kit

  • SAP guides have specific training in first aid and CPR. They also carry a first aid package for situations including altitude sickness, travelers’ diarrhea, and scrapes. In addition, if required, we will promptly evacuate you off the path and transport you to a clinic for treatment.

24/7 Customer Service

  • Our WhatsApp and local phone services are accessible 24 hours a day.
  • In any emergency, our guides can reach us via satellite phone.


  • DAY 1: Comfortable Eco Terra Lodge in Santa Maria.

    The first night you will stay in this incredible Eco Terra Lodge powered by SAP Adventures.

    Eco Terra Lodge has 15 semi-luxurious rooms and a restaurant/bar. At night, you can engage in jungle campfire activities with your traveling companions.

    Available services include

    • Wi-Fi.
    • 24-hour bar service Restaurant (they provide a variety of meal options at an accessible price range).
    • Hot water shower.
    • Dinner, Breakfast.
    • Private Bathrooms.

    DAY 2: Comfortable  Hotel at “Santa Teressa”

    The second night will be spent in a semi-luxury hotel in Santa Teressa, with double rooms and private bathrooms.

    Available facilities include

    • Wi-Fi.
    • Hot water shower.
    • Dinner, Break first
    • Private Bathrooms

    DAY 3 Comfortable Hotel in “Aguas Calientes”

    The final night of this incredible adventure is spent in the Aguas Caliente hotel baths.
    Available services include

    • Wi-Fi.
    • Hot water shower.
    • Dinner, Breakfast
    • Private Bathrooms
    • luggage storage while  you visit  to Machu Picchu.


  • 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 3 dinners

    Day 1

    • Breakfast: Before you leave Cusco, your Cusco accommodation will provide an early breakfast or box of breakfast.
    • Opction 2: SAP, we’ll stop at the service facility near “Ollantaytambo.” There, you may purchase and enjoy your BreakFast.

    Lunch and Dinner: At Eco Terra Lodge, powered by SAP, our chefs will arrange a huge variety of lunch and dinner.

    On Day 2

    Eco Terra Lodge serves a hearty buffet breakfast with a Peruvian native supper.

    • Lunch: At “Huaka Yupana” village SAP, we provide a local family lunch where you may taste an Andean dish.
    • Dinner: In Santa Teresa Town, you may eat at your lodging.

    On Day 3

    • Breakfast: At Santa Teresa’s lodge , they will prepare Early Breakfirst..
    • Lunch: Around Hidroelectrica SAP, we provide a  lunch at a nearby restaurant.
    • Dinner: In Aguas Caliente, you may dine at a local restaurant.

    On Day 4

    Breakfast: Aguas Calientes your hotel they will provide a nutrition Breakfast  or box of   Breakfast.


  • Day 1, you will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and will travel by SAP private transportation to “Malaga Pass”  (the starting point of the biking).
  • Day 3: transport from “Santa Teresa” lodge to “Hidroelectrica” .
  • Day 4: transport from “Ollantaytambo” station to Cusco / Train tickets from Aguas Calientes to “Ollantaytambo” (day 4)

What’to Pack?

  • Passport & water proof cover for passport
  • Extra money in soles
  • Personal medications
  • Water bottle or camel back
  • Sunscrean
  • Insect Repellents
  • Personal Care Products


  • Hiking Boots
  • Light Footwear
  • Trekking Socks
  • Trekking Pants
  • Short
  • Long sleeve T-Shirts
  • Warm Jacket
  • Raincoat or Rain Poncho
  • Sun hat
  • Neck Gaiter or Buff


  • Trekking Poles
  • Backpack   (15 – 25 L)
  • Camera and chargers
  • Power Bank
  • Snacks
  • Towel
  • Fashlight
  • Swmming kit

Price for Ausangate Trek 5 days

Price per person:

$599 USD

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu?

The “Inca Jungle” Trek to “Machu Picchu” is an alternate route to the “classic Inca Trail” that includes walking, mountain biking, and extra activities such as ziplining and rafting. It is a four-day trip that begins in “Cusco” and concludes in “Machu Picchu”.

Not really, the activities and the difficulty do not require overexertion. They can be done normally. Of course, having a normal physical conditio is enough for Inca Jungle.

Actually not , but Being an adventure tour, all the activities that take place are moderated and supervised.

  • The highest peak in the “Inca Jungle” is “Abra Malha” (4,316 meters).
  • Do not panic; participants will spend time at lower altitudes along the hike.

No permissions are necessary for the “Inca Jungle” Trek

The Inca Jungle trek is one of our easier treks, organized by SAP adventures , There are always options to make things easier for yourself during the tour. . The difficulty rating for this trek is Easy – Moderate.

You can  visit our official website, SAP Adventures. Alternatively, you can visit our office in “Cusco.” We’re also available on WhatsAppTripAdvisor, and by email.

SAP adventures we offer The Inca Jungle tour costs approximately 300 –  350 US dollars affordable price range

It is necessary to bring the following items:

  • Hat for the sun.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Raincoat.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Comfortable cotton clothing for different activities.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Towels.
  • Toilet paper.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Cash.
  • Photographic camera.

Yes, you just have to request for private tours in Inca Jungle.

Of Course ! During your Trek your main luggage can be stored at our office  or your Hotel , both opctions are free of charge .

Note – you can organized with us on the breafing day or by Whatsapp ,Email a day before .

Rainbow Mountain Alternatives

ziplining Inca Jungle Trek 4 days