LUNCH AT SKYLODGE ADVENTURE SUITES
Can you imagine enjoying one of the world´s best culinary experiences in a transparent capsule located 400 meters above the Sacred Valley in Peru?
The safest way to climb a 400 meter rock face. You can try 300 meters climbing and 100 meters rappel or the combined tour Via ferrata & Zip-line.
The Sacred Valley zip-line gives people the opportunity to fly over this magical valley, The zip line has 7 lines, from 150mt to 700mt, for a total of 2800mt.
VIA FERRATA & ZIP LINE
You will climb 400 meters of via ferrata and descend the mountain using 6 zipwires.
SKYLODGE ADVENTURE SUITES
Unique in the world, the first hanging lodge.
With this philosophy, we have started this beautiful project that permits people of any age and without any experience; to have a mountain adventure. Our company is constantly improving by updating the staff`s technical and social abilities. We do this, through language classes, technical rope rescue courses, advanced first aid courses and botanic courses. Our equipement (CE Certified) and installations are periodically inspected and constantly evaluated. We have maintenance and rennovation programs that assures you a safe operation. We are proud of our team, and ready to offer you an integral and profesional service for each one of our clients. To get to know us click STAFF
Lesley Murphy gives her review of the Sky Lodge Adventure Suites in Sacred Valley Peru! South America is an amazing content and has some of the most extreme adventures and luxury hotels in the world.
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