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This New Hotel Dangles From a Mountain. It’s Incredible. And Terrifying.

Perfect for those who fantasize about being a mountain goat.

Natura Vive has created one of the most unique vacation spots the world has ever seen. What they are calling a “mountain adventure”, begins with climbing 300 meters up a completely vertical cliff face in the Sacred Valley of Peru. At the end of the climb, visitors find themselves in hotel rooms that jut right out of the mountain, designed to make you feel like you’re levitating above the valley. It’s an adventure unlike any other that’s sure to get the adrenaline pumping. This video shows what it’s like to spend a night in the Skylodge Adventure Suites.

Skip to 2:24 to see the Skylodge and avoid watching people rock climb.


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