Skylodge Peru - The Edgiest Hotel in the World

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Skylodge Peru | Sleeping in Pods on a Cliff! - Vlog 105

This was one of the top 5 days of this year. We end the 5 day bus tour by sleeping in pods on the side of a cliff! Join me and mi amigos as we stay in a Skylodge outside Cusco Peru. Link to Watch More of My Videos: http://bit.ly/2njYMPF Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justinpoore/ Drone I Use: http://amzn.to/2mwBOHD ND Filters For Better Drone Shots: http://amzn.to/2qXMvYy Best Beginner Vlog Camera: http://amzn.to/2D4I4Rj Bendy Tripod I Use: http://amzn.to/2ECpfkT GoPro I Use: http://amzn.to/2CYO0XG Link to the Skylodge AirBnb: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2177913 Music: Oshóva https://soundcloud.com/osh-va #SouthAmerica #Peru #RemoteYear #Travel #TravelVlog #Vlogger #Skylodge #Cusco

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Climb straight up a cliff in Peru's Sacred Valley to the Skylodge Adventure Suites, one of the world's coolest hotel experiences. The space-age capsule suites are suspended 1,000 ft above the valley floor; walls and ceilings are totally transparent! To get there, you do a two hour via ferrata up the face of a sheer cliff. The next morning, you do a five stage zipline back down the mountain. The longest stage is a whopping 1,600 ft (500 m). This is one AMAZING experience!

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