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Reach New Heights in Peru with this Epic Glass Cabin

View of the Sacred Valley in Peru. Taken from up on the cliff with the buildings from the Sky Lodge hotel in view. Blue sky with a few cloulds. Taken June 2017
Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru hanging off cliff.

Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru. Photo courtesy of Nature Vive.

If you’re all about *literally* taking life to new heights, you might just be up for something incredible.

Let me introduce you to the Skylodge Adventure Suite –  a glass cabin mounted on the side of a mountain cliff giving you 300-degree views into Peru’s beautiful, serene Sacred Valley. To get there, guests must actually mountain climb 400 meters up Via Ferrata or hike through trails via a zipline. But once the hard work is over, an incredible view awaits, followed by a gourmet dinner with complimentary wine. Relax as you sit 1200 feet above the ground, soaking in Mother Nature’s majestic creations.

Here are some epic Instagram posts to illustrate:

This 24x8x8 feet transparent luxury cabin houses up to eight people with three separate suites as well as a dining area and private bathroom. Handcrafted out of aerospace aluminum and weather resistant polycarbonate, they are built to withstand extreme external conditions while creating a safe environment for its occupants.

The complete experience includes private transportation to/from hotels, climbing and hiking equipment, snacks for the ascent, and both dinner and breakfast inside the Skylodge. For a whopping $480 a night, it’s definitely a high price to pay (no pun intended here), but for everything you get during your stay… I would say it’s all worth it.

Click here for in-depth information on the Skylodge and here for the Airbnb listing.

Have we sold you on staying at the Skylodge? Let us know in the comment section below!


Vivian Wang

Vivian is a travel enthusiast and food connoisseur living in New York City. Her curiosity and passion for languages and culture has taken her across eight countries over the past year. When not working, you can find her meandering in art museums or sampling food at the street markets.

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