(RSVP – ONLINE) – Would you like to check-in/stay in a transparent GIANT POD hanging off the side of a Peruvian mountain?
That’s the idea behind the magnificent Skylodge Adventures Suites, glass lodges precariously positioned on the side of a cliff in Peru’s Sacred Valley.
If you’re brave enough, these crystalline pods are accessible only after climbing up 400 meters (about 1,300 feet) of the cliff or taking a daring trail including a zip-line network. As soon as you settle for the night, you’re dealt with to impressive scenic views of the wild valley listed below and, in the evening, the Milky Way.
These extraordinary Skylodge Adventures are accessible after climbing up 400 meters of the rock face.
The inspiration behind these significant lodges was to offer “a distinct experience that [reconnects visitors] with nature or make them understand exactly what high-end can be,” Natalia Rodriguez, the SkyLodge supervisor, informs RSVP – ONLINE Travel.
The suites are the creation of adventure business Natura Vive– who desire their guests to accept their inner traveler: as soon as you’re ready to leave your suite, you can zip-wire down to the ground below.
Inside, visitors are dealt with to wonderful views– along with beds, a dining area, and a personal bathroom.
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Inside these 24- by eight-feet pods, guests are treated to views worth marveling over– along with four beds, a dining location and a personal bathroom.
The beds have down pillows and quilts, guaranteeing you’ll sleep well if you aren’t distracted by stargazing. Rodriguez says the primary difficulties of constructing this distinct structure were “getting things up there” and “creating it to manage winds.”
Don’t worry, however– the pods are crafted from aerospace aluminum and weather condition resistant polycarbonate– so Natura Vive guarantees they are secure and guests are safe.
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Remain in the lodge consists of a premium supper with a bottle of wine and a hearty breakfast.
This non-traditional trip will set you back roughly 1335 Peruvian soles/$ 400 for one night. The price consists of personal transportation to and from your lodge, equipment, guides– plus a premium supper with a bottle of wine, and breakfast is neglecting the valley below.
For those who ‘d rather not stay the night, SkyLodge offers a lunch-only, Peruvian gastronomic experience– from 770 Peruvian Soles/$ 237 per person.
The SkyLodge suites are for adventurers just.
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Peru’s Sacred Valley– the home of natural wonders, greenery and archaeological ruins– is book-ended (more or less) by 2 UNESCO World Heritage websites: former Imperial capital Cusco and 15th century Inca castle Machu Picchu.
The SkyLodges are well positioned to permit guests a day or more to admire the Valley from above, before venturing listed below and onto Macchu Picchu. Courtesy: Skylodge Adventure.