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Amazing experience with phenomenal guides! The climb up is a little challenging but exhilarating (I am mildly afraid of heights). Dinner was tasty and took into consideration everyone's dietary needs. The overnight in the pod was over the top! Waking up to the unbelievable view...More
I booked the placed based on article that I saw on cnn travel. I have to say I had not done enough research before booking it. Also we happen to be really lucky to get a reservation. I booked only in march for a june...More
Guys, I cannot tell you how incredible our night at the Skylodge was! I had seen this million star hotel shared by popular bloggers on Instagram and knew that we had to experience this magical place! Be sure to book enough in advance if you...More
We are a 50 year old couple who did the climb up for lunch with our 18 year old daughter. The climb is hard and challenging but our guides Cesar and Brian helped us and were very kind as we were a bit slower than...More
This is an experience my husband and I will never forget! Everything about our time getting up to the skylodge, in our pods, at the dining pod, the staff, the trip back down to ground was unbelievably amazing. Pictures don’t do this place justice. Thank...More
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The lodge offers both lunch and overnight stays. There is a climb up the via ferreta which consists of an iron rungs that you climb. You are constantly attached to a guy wire. Once you get to the sky lodge there are, to my... More
The lodge offers both lunch and overnight stays. There is a climb up the via ferreta which consists of an iron rungs that you climb. You are constantly attached to a guy wire. Once you get to the sky lodge there are, to my knowledge, 2 ways down. One consists of 6 zip lines and the other is being lowered “rappelled” and then walking down.