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 are an attraction built by Natura Vive, a company that offers a number of adventurous travel activities in the Sacred Valley.

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Cliff-Hanging Sleep Pods Take Glamping to New Heights, Cusco

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.

The Skylodge Suites, by the Natura Vive travel company, are three prism-like cabins made from aerospace aluminum, suspended over the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru. These things are decked out: Solar panels power the lamps, down pillows trim the beds, and gourmet meals are at the ready. Thankfully, there’s also a guide to ferry you to and fro the base of the mountain.

It’s a similar gimmick to Airbnb’s recent penthouse apartment pop-up in the Holmenkollen ski jump near Oslo, Norway. It’s glamping 2.0—lavish accommodations and an adrenaline high.

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Clear Sleeping Pods Hanging Above Peru Have The Most Breathtaking Views

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 the lodges for around $300 a night.

That’s a small price to pay to wake up suspended 400 feet above Peru.

Check out the photos below for a closer look!

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Terrifying See-Through Sleeping Capsules Hang 400 Feet Above Peru’s Sacred Valley

Thrill-seeking travelers can now stay in Skylodge, a trio of transparent pods placed 400 feet (122m) above the ground on a cliff-face in the Peruvian Andes.

Located near the city of Cuzco, the three 24 x 8 meter capsules, made from polycarbonate and aluminium, are operated by Peruvian tour company Natura Viva and overlook the spectacular Sacred Valley – a region renowned for its breathtaking scenery, small villages and death-defying roads.

The price you’ll have to pay to stay in one of these incredibly unique capsules, is having to climb a 400-foot steel ladder embedded in the almost sheer-cliff face to get to one of these unique hotels. If you don’t fancy that, you can also hike or use a zip-wire. Oh, and the other price you’ll have to pay is approximately $300 USD.

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Gizmag: Skylodge Adventure Suites – for travelers who want to hang out in Peru

If you’re in need of a good case of vertigo, just Google the term «rock climbing bivy.» Essentially, it’s a narrow cot that a mountain climber fastens to a cliff face, where they proceed to precariously spend the night dangling above oblivion. Although you might not want to push things quite that far, you can now get the same sort of thrill – but in a safer, more comfortable fashion – by staying in one of Natura Vive’s three Skylodge Adventure Suites.

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These Hotel Rooms Are Hanging Off The Side Of A Mountain


Adventure tourism company Natura Vive, have created the Skylodge Adventure Suites, a group of three hanging transparent suites on the side of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru.

Getting to your room is a bit of a challenge. You have two choices, either climb up the side of the mountain or hike a trail with ziplines.

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