Unusual but true: sleep in a transparent glass room clinging to cliff
Updated: 2015-07-10 09:19
Sleep in the air
Adventurous travelers can now experience an adrenaline-pumping night in the Natura Vive Skylodge in Peru's Sacred Valley. This is not a typical vacation, especially for those with a fear of heights. Guests sleep in a transparent glass pod that clings to the side of one of the valley's highest peaks. Before they even get to their accommodations, travelers must climb a 400-foot cliff face.
The Natura Vive Skylodge consists of three capsule suites that can house a total of eight people. Each pod is constructed from aerospace aluminium and weather-resistant polycarbonate, and it is surprisingly spacious. The 24-foot long and 8-foot wide space has room for high-quality bedding, a dining area, and a separate bathroom with an eco-toilet and sink. Suites also include curtains for privacy from other guests and curious wildlife.