Destinations :: Skylodge Adventure Suites, Peru

Since you are visiting Expedition Portal, we’ll assume that you’re an adventurer. But just how adventurous are you? Would you scale a sheer cliff face or ride an exposed zip line to get to your evening accommodations? If you find yourself in Peru’s Sacred Valley, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit the Skylodge Adventure Suites. And to get there, you have to climb or zip line your way onto a mountainside where you can spend a night under the stars in a translucent sleeping pod, affixed to the side of the cliff face with steel cables.


Sleep on the Side of a Mountain—Literally

At the Skylodge, getting to your bed might just be the most adventurous thing you do all day. Visitors have one of two options: they can scale a 400-meter-high Ferrata climbing route or navigate an exposed hiking trail with mandatory zip lines to get to their evening accommodations. But don’t worry, if you book a stay at this unique destination, a bilingual guide is included to make sure that you arrive at your bedroom in one piece. Also included with your sleeping pod booking are transportation to and from Cusco, breakfast, and a gourmet dinner (complete with wine and views of the Milky Way).

Courtesy Photo: Nature Vive

Courtesy Photo: Nature Vive


The Skylodge has a total of three capsule suites that can accommodate up to eight people each. Suites measure 24 feet long by 8 feet wide and have four beds, a dining area, and a private bathroom. An off-grid solar electrical system provides lighting.


The Skylodge Adventure Suites can be booked via the Nature Vive website or on Airbnb.

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Matthew Swartz is originally from Connecticut and currently lives in Denver, Colorado where he passionately pursues rock climbing, trail running, and skiing. Matt’s love of travel has inspired him to through-hike the JMT and part of the PCT, bike across the United States, and explore the West coast of South America from Ecuador to Patagonia. Matt and his partner Amanda have also travelled across much of the Western US in their 1964 Clark Cortez RV, which they lived in, on the road for the better part of three years. Matt has worked for the USFS as an Interpretive Ranger and Wildland Firefighter and Matt's photography and writing has been published in Rova Magazine, the Leatherman blog, 'Hit The Road' by Gestalten Publishing, and Forbes.