On the outskirts of Urubamba, tropical gardens full of flowering cacti and bougainvillea fringe the adobe stone casitas that make up Sol y Luna. Each face the Andes with attractive terraces; inside, colonial furniture, marble bathrooms and original artworks inspired by the Sacred Valley create a homely and colourful welcome. Top suites boast underfloor heating, fireplaces and private Jacuzzis. Using the fruits of the local harvest, traditional Andean fare takes on a contemporary edge in the restaurant. The hotel's profits help promote sustainable work for local families - including training four farmers who now supply the restaurant - and education for Sacred Valley children.
Between days of outdoor adventure, enjoy a cooking demonstration or watch an incredible Peruvian Paso horse dance in the garden. Follow bright stained glass panels to the spa, where holistic therapies use Andean plants and herbs; or simply wander the expansive gardens, letting serendipity strike in the company of butterflies, friendly hummingbirds and countless other awe-inspiring species along the way.
On site restaurant
Hacienda with Paco horses
A charity school for children of the community in need.
Things to do
Visit Machu Picchu
Visit the local Andean communities of Ollantaytambo,Pisac and Chinchero
White water rafting through the valley of the Incas
Peruvian Paso horse show
Mountain bike tours
Visit the Sol Y Luna association school which changes the lives of children in the Sacred Valley.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.