If you are looking for a once in a lifetime hospitality experience we have just the one. Located high above the Sacred Valley in Peru is Natura Vive Skylodge which can only be accessed by hiking, climbing, or zip wire. A futuristic pod high above the valley built from aluminum and polycarbonate is where you will stay. It is secured to the side of a 366 metre mountain by 20 anchors which are capable of holding up to one-and-a-half tonnes.
I doubt anyone will run into issues with the weight because guests need to pack light for their unusual commute. You will hike up the mountainside with the help of guides. Carrying all of your food and water for the trip packed into a bag. There’s no limit to what you can bring as long as you can carry it. The interior is minimally decorated but extremely practical. It needs to be for a place like this. Your focus will be on what’s outside of your quarters. From looking down into the endless valley to gazing at the beauty of the stars at night. There is no shortage of breathtaking sites.
The Skylodge is just eight miles from Machu Picchu and a 90-minute drive from Cusco.
Though the initial climb requires a good level of fitness – your elevator equivalent is a maze of metal steps and wires – visitors can zip wire to the bottom of the valley the next morning.