Along the Andes Mountains in Peru sits the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The valley is most famously known for being located near the Incan capital of Cusco and the ancient city of Machu Picchu. Though the Incan Empire has long since disappeared, the Natura Vive Skylodge is giving travelers another reason to visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas—a night in the world’s scariest hotel. Now, fearless travelers can stay the night in a glass capsule resting against a 400-foot-high mountain face. The 24-foot-long pod gives guests a 300-degree view of the Sacred Valley along with all the other bells and whistles expected in a hotel room. These incredible comforts do come with one catch: in order to stay the night, guests must climb 400 feet up a mountain. The hotel does provide guides for less experienced climbers to get up the mountain. People willing to brave the night hanging off the side of a mountain will have to spend more than US$300 for the chance. The only thing scarier than that is figuring out how to get down.