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Continuing with Natura Vive’s philosophy of sharing a mountain experience with people of all ages and capacities, the company launched on June 2013, the first hanging lodge in the world called Skylodge Adventure Suites.
The lodge is composed by 3 vertical hanging capsule suite. Each suite has four beds, a dinning area and a private bathroom made of aerospace aluminium and high resistance polycarbonate. Each suite measures 24 ft. in length and 8 ft. in height and width.
There are six windows and four ventilation ducts that ensure a comfortable atmosphere. Safety is insure by having the exit portal located in the upper part of the craft.
Each suite utilizes an alternative lighting system consisting of four interior lamps with solar panels that stores energy in batteries, plus a solar reading light for each bed.
Each suite has a private bathroom separated from the bedroom by an insulating wall. Inside is a dry ecological toilet and sink, where you can still enjoy the gorgeous views through the 1.8 meter diameter dome.
The dome also has curtains for privacy from the curious gaze of passing condors (your sky neighbors ).
The design and features of each suite provides clients with first class service and complete comfort. Fine quality mattresses and cotton sheets, down pillows and quilts ensure a warm and pleasant night 400 meters from the ground.
The Natura Vive Skylodge located over the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, currently has three Adventure Suites. Current capacity is 8 people for the entire lodge.
In 6 months of operation, client reviews and feedback give the company and our new suites an A+.
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