Sol y Luna, surrounded by tropical vegetation and high mountains, is a blissful getaway for travelers and families. The 28 bungalows are built with local materials taken from the region. Bright and inviting, with individual color schemes and themes, rooms offer excellent linen and bedding. Chefs prepare delightful international, Creole, and Andean medleys spiced with local ingredients. Walk around the stunning gardens, take in the mountain views, and plan a hike. There is plenty to do at the resort, from organized group activities to bird-watching.
Sol & Luna is located 1 km from the town of Urubamba in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, a perfect place to start your visit to Peru. The Valley is a prime cultural and adventure destination in South America. It is home to a number of important Inca ruins including Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Maras and Moray and a convenient departure point for the fabled Machu Picchu, with trains leaving daily from nearby Urubamba and Ollantaytambo stations. The Valley is at a lower elevation than Cusco, about an hour away by car, which makes for a gentler acclimatization to the altitude. The Valley has a mild climate within a dramatic setting of mountains, valleys and meadows, well-suited for outdoor activities such as horseback riding with Peruvian Paso Horses, mountain biking, rafting, paragliding, walking and trekking.
All bungalows are constructed with adobe, wood, stone and clay, typical building materials for this region. Interiors are also decorated to reflect the Andean setting, with ceramic-tiled floors, high "sombrero chino" ceilings with wooden beams, decorative bands of stone work, and assorted curios and details from local artisans who worked on all aspects of the construction. The bungalows are set within a Garden of local and international plants and flowers which give a profusion of color year-around. All bungalows include king-sized beds, wardrobe, private bathroom with hot water all day, telephone, private verandah, safe for valuables, hair dryer.
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The restaurant Killa Wasi (House of the Moon) features Novo Andino cusine, a distinctive blend of Andean, coastal and international flavors. Chef Nacho Selis Martinez who studied international, Creole and Andean cuisines in Lima, offers a diverse selection.The chef’s Novo Andino specialties include Curry de Alpaca, sautéed slices of Alpaca in a coconut curry, accompanied by a “tacu tacu” of rice and green beans; Carpaccio of Shrimp with Kingfish, accompanied by a salad of cheese, vegetables and lake seaweed; and Trucha Sol y Luna, trout stuffed with shrimp, topped with white cream sauce and accompanied by sautéed spinach and artichoke hearts.
Their Ranch features a large picnic - style seating area with benches, tables, and a brick oven, a wide expanse of green lawn edged with trees, and stables and corrals for the famous Peruvian Paso horses. They named the Ranch, Wayra or "wind" to honor this distinctive horse, whose unique “paso llano” gait makes it one of the smoothest riding horses in the world. The Ranch offers exciting horseback adventures all over the Sacred Valley and also hosts special cultural and culinary adventures such as Textile Demonstrations, Live Music, Cooking Demonstrations, Pizza Nights, Pachamanca, Barbecue, and Theater Presentations.
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