The saying goes that “there are no shortcuts to places worth going”, and nothing embodies this more than Skylodge in Peru’s Sacred Valley. Running between Cusco – the ancient capital of the Inca Empire – and Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley is a place lost in time and home to some otherworldly landscapes, like the ancient saltpans of Salina and the crop-circle esque terraces of Moray.
So what better way to see it all than from Skylodge’s transparent pods hanging over 400 feet off the side of a cliff? At $300 a night, the 24 x 8 meter polycarbonate and aluminum Sacred Valley Capsules are operated by Peruvian tour company Natura Viva, and can only be reached by climbing a 400 foot steel ladder embedded into the face of the clip, zip line or hike. Take your pick.
Source: Higher Perspective