Sometimes, we all have to move away from everything; Sometimes, the farther the better. When your usual vacation destination is not enough (due to boredom or need to move away your daily life), there are a large number of hotels around the world that will adjust to your needs Some of them offer an extreme luxury in the midst of an exotic setting, while others offer completely new experiences in places where you would never have dreamed of visiting. Read about the five best remotest hotels in the world and start planning your next vacations.
• Bloomfield Lodge, Cairns, Australia
Bloomfield Lodge is located north of Queensland and travels no further than two World Heritage sites: the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rain Forest The Lodge is recognized as one of the most exclusive luxury resorts in Australia. Only 34 guests are allowed at the same time, so make sure that all your needs are met quickly.
According to the list of Forbes remote hotels, to access the lodge, you must first rent an airplane, then you must drive for the Outback for a few hours and finally cross for something on the Bloomfield river. When you arrive, however, you will find that all your problems are worth it.
To begin with, the Lodge is located on the banks of the Daintree Forest and the Great Barrier Reef is located just off the bay. There are guided walks through the forest or you can follow some self-guided paths if you prefer. You can also take guided tours to observe the birds, enjoy relaxing fishing or a tropical fishing near the adrenaline that is on the water's edge, and rest at the edge of the beach of Kangaii. The activities that take place around the establishment include an outdoor hot tub, a freshwater pool, a spa and a well-stocked library with pocketbooks and a selection of books and journals dedicated to the ecology of the local history of the jungle and the region. There is also a guided two-hour river cruise that will take you to the local aboriginal community in Wujal Wujal, while offering you the opportunity to go for bird and crocodile.
• Kokopelli Cave, Farmington, New Mexico
If you want remote but do not want to travel to the ends of the earth, Kokopelli Cave can serve you. The cave, which is not a natural formation and is privately owned, is quite difficult to achieve; Even the owners recommend that you just try it if you¡¯re physically fit. But if the seclusion is after sleeping 70 feet below the ground, it is ideal.
The cave is located near the Mesa Verde National Monument in New Mexico and, if you climb to the top of the cliff, you can see the four states of the Four Corners area. It is only accessible by dirt roads and they are rough. They can be used for normal cars (up to one point), but 4×4 is recommended. If you are in a conventional car, you will have to park it in the upper parking lot and walk along the rest of the road, the 4×4 will get you a little further. If you have the foot, you must follow a marked path that descends steadily downwards. The output is even more difficult, since everything is done rising.
We recommend that you note that meals are not served in the cave, although you can organize special occasions. There is a fridge and some closets that provide breakfast and fruit, but you have to contribute all the rest. There are all the conveniences you want, such as a jacuzzi and a shower, but there are only two local TV channels, so be prepared to have fun.
• La Cabaña Andina, Peru
Andean rural house was related to a spiritual experience. Apart from a butler, which is within reach of 24 hours and that appears at night to illuminate the two fireplaces of firewood, the guests are really alone. The Andean house is the only area in the area and guests have the beach by the lake. We recommend that you be prepared to cover rustic life, as there are no cars or electricity (this means that there is no television).
What you get is a spacious two bedroom home with a lake for yourself. The master bedroom has a large queen size bed and a large bathroom that offers open views to the lake.
It arrives with a speedboat; the journey lasts 4.5 hours and the ship leaves daily from the private dock of Casa Andina, Puno. On the way to the Uros Floating Islands, as well as to the traditional Alsuno community of weavers in the Taquile island, before arriving in Suasi. On the other hand, customers with their own vehicles (strongly recommended 4×4) can drive the dock to Cambria and go to the rest of the Zodiac ship in the hostel.
With regard to things to see and do, you can take various walks through nature, the canoe on Lake Titicaca, visit the cultural hut, which serves as a museum and library, set foot on the Hill of Itapilluni to admire the Sunset and enjoy Stargazing as you will never experience in the city.
• Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
For a truly Mongolian experience you can not do anything better than Three Camel Lodge, which offers a taste of a robust nomadic lifestyle but with Gers luxury (traditional nomad stores) and five star restaurants to fall back on. The Gers Deluxe includes private bathrooms, king-size beds and slippers and Mongolian bathrobes, as well as local bathrooms. The most traditional Gers are equipped with wood stoves, felted rugs, hand-painted wooden beds and ceilings that provide an unlocked view of the stars.
The hostel is located in the heart of the Gobi Desert and was built according to environmentally and culturally sustainable methods; The electricity is supplied by solar and wind energy. The Lodge offers its clients several opportunities to discover the vast Gobi Desert, including bicycle paths, four-wheel drive trips, excursions (which offer an intimate vision of the region's ecology, including plants, animals and birds) and during the night field explorations. It is also possible to remember dinosaur fossils, as a paleontologist from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences brings visitors to digging sites and supervising the expedition.
Getting there is an experience in itself. First of all, you will need to take a two-hour flight from Beijing to Ulaanbaatar (alternatively there is a three-hour flight from Seoul), then you will have to approach a plane close to another flight of # 39 ; one hour to Dalanzadgad, followed by an hour and a half drive on a rough road. The opportunity to meet the local nomadic tribes, dine on local products at the Bulagtai restaurant and take advantage of the stars more than offset the inconvenience.
• Hotel Arctic, Greenland
Because possibly the most extreme experience of your life, you can not beat Hotel Arctic, which is the hotel of 4 most northern stars in the world. The hotel is located on the edge of the Ilulissat Gel Fjord, which is a World Heritage Site. It's not that hard to achieve; Almost all of the major European cities have flights to the Kangerlussuaq airport, which in turn is a short 45-minute rest for Ilulissat, but it is actually at the end of the world.
The ice fjord is the primary attraction of the region. It covers 3000 square kilometers and contains one of the largest and most active glaciers in the world. The glacier moves about 20 m per day, and is described as a park full of sculptures that change constantly.
There is also the opportunity to stay in an igloo on the edge of the fjord. The igloos are not made of ice, they are worth it, but that means you are sure of all modern comforts.