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Thrill-Seekers Can Now Doze in Sleeping Capsules that Hang 400 Ft Above a Sacred Valley in Peru

Would you dare sleep in these capsules?

Are you bold enough to try sleeping in Skylodge’s transparent luxury capsule?

Although the idea of dozing in transparent pods hanging 400 feet above the ground seems scary, the opportunity to see an impressive 300-degree view of the spectacular Sacred Valley of Cuzco in Peru is inviting enough.

In order to sleep in this one-of-a-kind hotel, travelers must fearlessly climb a 400-foot steel ladder or hike using a zip-wire.

Composed of three suite-capsules with a total capacity of 8 people, the Skylodge Adventure Suites is operated by Peruvian tour company Natura Viva. Each suite, which is made of aluminium and polycarbonate, has four beds, a dining area, and a private bathroom. There are exit portals located in the upper part of the craft to ensure visitors’ safety.

Thrill-seekers need to pay approximately $300 for an equally exciting and terrifying experience.

Cozy and comfy.

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Imagine spending a night on a pod hanging on a cliff.

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And be able to enjoy amazing sights that only nature can offer.

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The view from the top, 400 feet above the ground.

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The pod contains basic amenities.

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You can choose to climb to the top…

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Just like what they did…
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Or zip your way to the pods.
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Imagine waking up to this view.

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