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Sol y Luna is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru’s treasure chest of smaller, lesser visited archaeological sites. Not just an outstanding hotel, the profits from Sol y Luna are used to fund a school for local children.
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Spend your days at Sol y Luna exploring the stunning Sacred Valley. Because of its remarkable setting, it’s possible to discover the history and architecture of the Sacred Valley whilst pursuing endless outdoor activities. These include hiking, mountain biking, and white-water rafting down the Urubamba river.
From Sol y Luna we arrange tandem paragliding, trekking along Andean terraces, visits to Inca sites such as Moray and Moras, and riding to remote villages to meet local communities.
The Sacred Valley is the gateway to Machu Picchu, where the ruins of the ancient Inca citadel lie high above the clouds in the Andes Mountains. Machu Picchu has to be experienced first-hand to gauge its size and majesty, and we’d recommend allowing at least one full day to peruse the fascinating and intricate stone carvings throughout the site.
We recommend visiting Sol y Luna between April and November for the best weather. The rainy season falls between December and March, with the heaviest downpours typically in January and February.
The Sol y Luna Association is funded by hotel profits and the generosity of guests, friends and benefactors. Any contribution, big or small, supports the association in its mission to pursue inclusion and equality through education for the children of the Sacred Valley, and sustainable work opportunities for local families. Please click here for further information.