Could You Sleep In A Transparent Pod That’s Hanging 400ft Above The Ground?
If you’re scared of heights...you won't want to stay in one of these.
If you're one of those people who need to change their underwear every time you find yourself on the third floor of a building, you probably won't want to spend a night at the Skylodge.
Located near the city of Cuzco, on a cliff-face in the Peruvian Andes, these transparent pods hang 400 feet above the ground. They're operated by the tour company Natura Vive, and overlook the breathtaking Sacred Valley - an area known for its epic scenery and lethal roads.
Needless to say, these seriously extreme hotel capsules are not for the faint-hearted. If you want to stay in one, you'll have to climb a 400-foot steel ladder that's embedded into the cliff-face. Or, if you don't fancy that, you can hike your way up or use an elaborate zip-wire thingamajig.
Contrary to what Mastercard would have you believe, memories like this aren't priceless. Not only will Skylodge exhaust a large portion of your courage reserves, it will also take up a fair chunk of your financial reserves. Prices are approximate, but this place would set you back about $300 USD.