The Sacred Valley was the home of the Incas, and when you stay at Sol y Luna you’ll look out on exactly the same views seen by Inca royals and subjects more than 500 years ago. Every casita is positioned to focus on the Andes, so you can breathe in the remarkable landscape from the living area as well as your own terrace.
Each adobe brick casita is decorated with Peruvian folk art, which gives it a strong sense of place. You can choose between the Superior, Deluxe, and Premium categories of casita, but all are comfortable, made with natural materials, and naturally are outfitted with mod cons such as WiFi.
This part of the valley is superb for hiking, and there are also several nearby locations suitable for paragliding if you want to try a tandem flight. Soaring amongst the birds, you’ll appreciate the beauty of this place even more than from the ground. Back at the lodge, you can indulge with a treatment in the Quechua Spa and feast on a variety of dishes in the restaurant, many of which have been made with fresh ingredients from the garden.