When you travel, you can always rely on the safe route, taking the well-beaten path and keeping things nice and predictable. In Peru, that might mean a guided tour of the country”s historic ruins and natural wonders.
Or, you could spend a day scaling the cliff faces in the Sacred Valley, spend the night in a bubble clinging to the cliff side, 400 feet off the ground, and zipline back to Earth the following day. Your choice.
What we”re talking about is a real option for the more adventurous types out there. Tourism company Natura Vive offers climbing and zipline getaways in Peru”s Sacred Valley, allowing even inexperienced climbers the option of scaling near-vertical cliffs and having a high-up adventure.
To get to the pods, you have to climb up the cliff.
It”s a 400-foot climb.
Still, it”s probably not the best if you don”t like heights.
After all that climbing, you come to the hotel where you”ll be spending the night.
The platform on top is perfect for really taking in the view.
It”s also the perfect spot for the most scenic meal of your life.
And the beds are surprisingly luxurious.
Imagine falling asleep like this…
…and waking up to this.
(via Lost At E Minor, Daily Mail)
In the morning, guests come back down to the surface by either rappelling or ziplining, and return to the nearby city of Cusco. If this sounds like your kind of adventure, you can check out the details on Natura Vive”s website.