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
How on earth do we find ourselves hanging off a cliff-face, in a glass-bubble bedroom, suspended on wires above Peru’s Sacred Valley? Well, it is just the small matter of a 400m rock-climb via-ferrata and a 200m high hanging wire-bridge to reach said bubble, then a six-stage zip-wire descent to return to terra-firma next morning.[…]
Sacred Valley is pegged as one of the best hikes in the world and the area is quickly gaining notoriety for its cliffside escapes too. Whimsically billed as the only “million-star hotel” the glass pods at Skylodge Adventure Suites are suspended 400 feet above ground, giving overnight guests amazing views of the Andes cliffs and[…]
Leave your acrophobia at the bike rack because the Natura Vive Skylodge in Peru is made up of three clear-walled capsules positioned to hang from a cliff in Peru’s Sacred Valley. Fearless travelers can spend the night dangling precariously 400 feet over the heartland of the Inca Empire, or they can recover from the 400[…]
After trekking a portion of the Inca trail to Macchu Picchu recently, I thought my adventure in Peru couldn’t get any better. In fact, not only did my night sleeping on a mountainside parallel an epic trek up to Macchu Picchu, it might even have surpassed it! Bucket list SCORE! But there’s one catch: There[…]
One of my greatest pleasures in life is putting together an itinerary for an upcoming trip. As I plan, I always look for out-of-the-box activities or hotels to add some spice to the experience. In Peru, that was the Natura Vive Skylodge in the Sacred Valley. I was taking my 18-year old nephew, Caeden, on[…]
People who are squeamish should think twice about venturing a visit to this place, because the Skylodge Suites are suspended at giddy heights from a steep rock face in the middle of the Peruvian Andes Mountains. The route from the check-in to the booked room alone is an adventure: the arduous ascent is only possible[…]
While architects in Greece dream up a cliff-hanging holiday house, the Skylodge Adventure Suites have been housing intrepid travelers since 2013 in these hanging bedrooms suspended on a rock face 1,312 feet above the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. Accessible by climbing, hiking, or zip-lining—a trip that takes three to four hours each way—the 24[…]
The Skylodge Adventure Suites, Three Transparent Capsules That Let Visitors Sleep 400 Feet Up a Cliff Face
The Skylodge Adventure Suites are a series of three transparent capsules that let visitors sleep 400 feet up a cliff face overlooking Peru’s Sacred Valley. The catch is that to get there the visitors must first either scale the cliff itself, or walk a difficult hiking trail complete with a series of ziplines. The capsules[…]
It’s hard to decide what’s most mind-bending about these cliff-hanging glass hotel rooms—that the adventurers who would rough it enough to climb 400 feet up a mountain would also choose to glamp in a $1,000-per-night capsule, or that each of these pods somehow manages to fit four beds, a dining area, and a private bathroom.[…]
Presidential suites usually don’t hang 400 feet above the Peruvian Andes. But this capsule made out of aluminum and polycarbonate does. It’s called the Skylodge, and you’ll have to visit the Sacred Valley of Cuzco in Peru to experience it. The Skylodge is run by Natura Vive, which allows tourists and visitors to stay in[…]