The Skylodge Adventure Suites Peru takes the prize to one of the most innovative proposals for those who love mountaineering and high altitudes. It is a hotel whose rooms and group dining are suspended 400 meters from a mountain.
Its spectacular view of the Valley of the Incas is a consolation more than gratifying after the exhausting climb to each of the shelter rooms completely transparent hanging.
Each module has 4 beds, a dining room and a private bathroom. Manufactured in aerospace aluminum and high strength polycarbonate. The dimension of each module is 7.5 mt. long x 2.60 mt. of height and width, really a suitable space and specifically conditioned with the necessary comforts.
Its completely transparent walls offer the necessary light during the day but at night this incredible hotel offers sustainable electric energy and charged by solar panels, an environmental proposal according to the natural beauty of the place.
Dare to experience this new experience on the beautiful Urubamba Valley and then meet the majestic Inca citadel: Machu Picchu, in a luxury and adventure tour.
We pick you up from your hotel at 9.30am to take a trip of 1 hour and 45 minutes approximately to Pachar, located in the beautiful Urubamba Valley, when we reach the base we will start climbing the via ferrata or hikking up through the zipline.
After ascending, we will have lunch at the Skylodge Adventure Suites, with an incredible view of the Sacred Valley. After lunch, we will descend through the zipline or rappeling down for an average of 2 hours until arriving back at the base.
After this adventure experience, we will head to Ollantaytambo for an average of 30 minutes. Upon arrival, we have a guided tour to the archaeological center of Ollantaytambo.
Then, we go to the station to take the train to Aguas Calientes or Machu Picchu town, where we will spend the night.
Arriving to Machu Picchu town, we go to dinner and then have the night free to walk and relax.
We woke up early and we moved to the bus station, where we will take a bus that will take us directly to the citadel of Machu Picchu.
After 25 minutes, your tour guide will assist you to enter the citadel, you must not forget your passport. You will have a guided tour that will last approximately 2 and a half hours, then you will have free time to explore the complex on your own, climb the Huayna Picchu or the mountain of Machu Picchu to take some panoramic pictures of the citadel.
After the visit, you should take a bus back to the town of Machu Picchu, where you can rest a little and then have the lunch before taking the train back to Ollantaytambo. Another option is to visit the thermal baths of Aguas Calientes or the Site Museum.
Finally, we go to the station to take the return train. In the station the driver will be waiting for move us to Cusco.
We have divided the packing list to Machu Picchu into sections; Before coming, know that the rainy season in Cusco and Machu Picchu goes from November to March, the rest of the time the weather is dry; However, the location of Machu Picchu means that rain can occur at any time of the year, so it is always advisable to take rain protection with you.
Either way, you need to pack smartly to get the most out of your trip.
These elements are quite useful to enjoy your visit.
We know you will not forget your cell phone, so we will not include it in the list.
Most of these things can be purchased in Cusco or Aguas Calientes, but you may want to bring your own for your convenience.
Most basic medication can be purchased without a prescription at any pharmacy; however, antibiotics and other medications will be sold only with a prescription. If you need special medication, it is best to bring your own prescription. Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu village) is the village at the foot of the Inca city of Machu Picchu, and if you can find several pharmacies, it is very likely that there are medicines that can only be obtained in Cusco. If you have any chronic condition, consult your doctor before embarking if you travel. We recommend some days and acclimatization before starting any activity in Cusco; likewise, it is possible that the mixture of height, climate and food of the place, play a trick on your stomach health; We recommend avoiding heavy meals, especially if it comes from cities near sea level.
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