Sol y Luna

Sol y Luna is located in the province and district of Urubamba, in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, at an altitude of 8,850 feet, one hour’s drive from Cusco on the way to Machu Picchu.

Sol y Luna Review

AdventureSmith Explorations’ Sol y Luna lodge review includes a detailed description and photo gallery. Our adventure travel experts can help compare Sol y Luna with other adventure lodging and Peru travel options.

Choose Sol y Luna to stay at what AdventureSmith Explorations’ founder deems one of the world’s best wilderness lodges. Our team loves this lodge as it’s home to a working ranch with Peruvian Paso horses, a women’s textile co-op and market, and a pottery workshop, all set among its stunning location and authentic feel.

Accommodations at Sol y Luna

Born from elements of the Sacred Valley – trunks, beams, adobe bricks and stones – these wonderful casitas fill with the light and colors of the valley as they provide a comfortable shelter for guests. These picturesque constructions, with their avant-garde architecture, primitive touches and  colorful Peruvian folk art, allow for exclusive enjoyment indoors while outside sits the inexhaustible beauty of the Andean scenery.

Amenities & Dining at Sol y Luna

Soy y Luna has telephones, free Internet access, laundry and turn-down service. Kunata Wasi Boutique is filled with local folk art. The on-site spa offers treatments, sauna, gym, yoga and Tai chi. Killa Wasi restaurant and Chicha Wasi bar has simple, rustic cuisine that is updated seasonally with a menu based on local produce, much of which is grown organically in their own orchard and gardens.

The lovely surrounding gardens are visited by more than 35 registered species of birds and have made Sol & Luna their habitat. This is an enchanting haven of peace and harmony within the Sacred Valley.