(CNN) – do you sleep in a transparent capsule on one side of the Peruvian mountains?
This is the idea behind the spectacular Skylodge Adventures Suites, perched precariously on the edge of a cliff in Peru’s sacred valley.
If you’re brave enough, these crystal pods won’t reach you until you climb 400 meters (about 1,300 feet) over a rocky surface, or make a long trek through thick lines with zipper networks.
Once you’ve settled in, you’ll get an impressive view of the wild valley below and the Milky Way at night.
The motivation behind these dramatic hotels is to provide “a unique experience that allows guests to reconnect with nature or to make them aware of real luxuries,” Natalia SkyLodge manager Travel Rodriguez told CNN.
The suite is a source of inspiration for Natura Vive, a venture firm, who wants their guests to embrace their inner adventurer: once you’re ready to leave your suite, you can pull the wires down.
Inside these 24-foot-8-foot pods, guests can see spectacular views – four beds, a dining area and a private bathroom.
The main challenges in building this unique structure, rodriguez said, are “putting things there” and “designing it to handle the wind.”
Don’t worry – the pods are made of aviation aluminum and polycarbonate – so Natura Vive promises they are safe and the guests are safe.
This unorthodox vacation will allow you to return about 1,335 Peruvian soles / $400 per night. Prices include travel cabins, equipment, personal transportation for the guide – plus a bottle of wine and wine, and breakfast overlooking the valley below.
Peru’s SAN valley – the location of natural wonders, green Spaces and archaeological sites – ends (more or less) as a book by two UNESCO world heritage sites (the former royal capital, cusco and machu picchu castles of the 15th century).
SkyLodges are a great place to see the valley from above for a day or two before heading to Macchu Picchu.