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Room with a View: A Peruvian Casita with Adventures by Disney

Amanda Adler

by , Public Relations Manager, Adventures by Disney

On my Adventures by Disney travels I’ve slept in fairytale style castles in Germany, enjoyed rooms overlooking Norwegian fjords and reveled in bustling city views in locales near and far. But my personal favorite “room with a view” (thus far, but I’m determined to keep on looking forever!) was staying in my own personal casita in Peru’s Sacred Valley on an Adventures by Disney Peru vacation.


Disclaimer: I can’t guarantee rainbows during your visit, but I can promise the setting will be completely breathtaking!

Casita is Spanish for “small house,” and these small houses, found at the award-winning Sol y Luna Lodge and Spa, truly give you a sense of beautiful seclusion.

Offering a backdrop of the stunning Andean mountains, this lodge serves as the setting for a variety of authentic Peruvian experiences, including a traditional Andean feast known as Pachamanca. Pachamanca means “earth oven” or, in other words, it means that your meal is actually cooked in the ground itself with the aid of hot stones. It’s truly a meal your family will never forget (and one you wouldn’t want to recreate in your own backyard)!

The lodge also serves as home base for adventures such as river rafting, exploring local salt pans, hands-on cooking activities and, most notably, it’s the starting point for your travels to Machu Picchu, known as “the lost city of the Incas” and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World.

So cozy up on your own private porch, on your own private Peruvian casita, with Adventures by Disney. And be sure to truly savor that view!


  • Beautiful picture,

    I love Peru, i was able to stay there for a full month two years ago. I did the week long hike up the Inca trail to Machu Pichu and a week long stay in the middle of the amazon jungle. The scared Valley and the city of Cuzco were one of my favorite places along with the Colca Canyon area in which i also stayed in a small casita with a gorgeous view like the one above. Peru is one of those places that you really dont want to leave once you are there. The place is gorgeous, everything so clean and the People amazing. oh and i almost forgot the food is some of the best in the world.
    One of these days i need to go along with you guys on an Adventures with Disney. This year though its Vietnam and combodia

  • I had the opportunity to stay with a family in a very small village close to Machu Picchu in Cusco, the experiences is unforgettable, the people are so nice! Nice picture! 🙂

  • Absolutely stunning! Thanks so much for sharing.

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