Sometimes we all have to get rid of them all; sometimes more and more, the better. If you do not have enough regular holiday destinations (out of the boredom or the need to save as much distance between yourself and your everyday life), there are a number of hotels all over the world that meet your needs. Some offer extreme luxury amidst exotic surroundings, while others offer completely new experiences in places you should never have dreamed of visiting. Read about the top five farthest hotels in the world and start planning your next vacation.
• Bloomfield Lodge, Cairns, Australia
Bloomfield Lodge is located in Queensland in the north and travels to one of two world heritage sites: The Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. The cottage is recognized as one of the most exclusive luxury resorts in Australia. At this time, only 34 guests are allowed, so you can be sure that your needs will be met immediately.
According to a list of Forbes hotels to get to the lodge, you first need to rent the plane, then after a few hours you have to go through the Outback and finally head out on the Bloomfield River. When you get there, you'll find that all your troubles are worth it.
Beginning, lodge is nestled at the very edge of the Daintree Rainforest, and the Great Barrier Reef is just across the bay. There are guided hikes in the woods or you can go on some of the trips with your own entrance if you want. You can also visit guided birdwatching tours, enjoy relaxing fishing or more adrenaline inflating tropical sea fishing and lounging in the sunny Kangaii beach. Activities around the lodge include an outdoor hot tub, a freshwater pool, a spa and a well stocked library with books, and a selection of books and magazines dedicated to rainforest ecology and local history. There is also a 2-hour cruise along the river that will take you to the Wujal Wujal native local community, while giving you the opportunity to see birds and crocodiles.
• Kokopelli Cave, Farmington, New Mexico
If you want to be far away, but do not want to travel at the ends of the country, Kokopelli's cave can suit you. A cave, which is not a natural formation and is privately owned, is difficult to reach; Even the owners recommend that you try it only if you¡¯re physically fit. But if sleep separation is 70 feet below ground, it is ideal.
The cave is located near the Mesa Verde National Memorial in New Mexico, and if you climb to the top of the cliff, you will be able to see all four states of the Four Corners. It is accessible only for dirt and is rough. They can be driven by regular cars (up to the point), but 4x4s are recommended. If you are in a conventional car, you need to park it in the upper car park and walk the rest of the way, 4x4s will get you a bit far. If you set it up, you will have to follow a marked track that goes all the way down. The way out is even more difficult because it's uphill.
It is good to warn you that there is no food in the cave, although you can provide special occasions. There is a fridge and some cabinets that provide breakfast and some fruits, but you have to bring everything else. There is all the comfort you might want, including a whirlpool and a waterfall, but there are only two local TV channels, so be prepared to have fun.
• The Andean Chalet, Peru
Stay in the Andean cottage was compared to a spiritual experience. Besides a butler who is on standby for 24 hours and who appears at night to turn on two wooden chimneys, guests are really alone. The Andean Cottage is the only one in the area and guests have a beach by the lake all for themselves. You should be better prepared to accept rustic housing because there are no cars and no electricity (meaning no TV).
What you get is a spacious two-room house with a lake, which is a matter of course for you. The master bedroom boasts a large king-size bed and a large bathtub that provides an open view of the lake.
You'll get there over the boat; the journey takes 4.5 hours and the boat leaves the private pier in Casa Andina, Puno daily. On the way to stop at Uros Floating Islands, as well as the traditional Alsuno weavers community on Taquile Island before arriving at Suasi. Alternatively, guests with their own vehicles (4x4s strongly recommend) go to the port of Cambria and go for the rest of the trip in the Zodiac boat.
With regard to things you can see and do, you can go for a variety of natural walks, a canoe on Lake Titicaca, visit a cultural lodge that serves as a museum and library, go to the top of Itapilluni to admire the sunset and enjoy stargazing like you'll never be in town.
• The Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
For an authentic Mongolian experience, you can do nothing better than the Three Camel Lodge that offers the taste of the rugged nomadic lifestyle but the luxurious Gers (traditional nomadic tents) star dining room to go back. The Deluxe Gers has a private bathroom, king-size beds, plush slippers and Mongolian bathrobes, as well as locally produced toilets. The traditional Gers are equipped with wood stoves, felt carpets, hand-painted wooden beds and ceilings that provide unlimited views of the stars.
The cottage is located in the heart of the Gobi desert and was built according to ecological and culturally sustainable methods; electricity is provided by solar and wind energy. The hut offers guests a variety of opportunities to explore the vast Gobi desert, including Bactrian campsite trips, four-wheeled excursions, excursions (providing an intimate view of the region's ecology including its life in plants, animals and birds) and overnight field trials. It is also possible to remember the fossils of the dinosaurs, as a paleontologist from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, inviting guests to excavate sites and oversee the expedition.
Getting experience is on its own. First you will need a two-hour flight from Beijing to Ulaanbaatar (alternatively there is a three-hour flight from Seoul), then you will have to board the plane for another hour flight to Dalanzadgad, followed by an hour and a half ride on a rough road. The opportunity to meet local nomadic tribes, to dine on local produce in the Bulagtai restaurant and to avoid the stars more than to avoid the inconvenience.
• Hotel Arctic, Greenland
The Arctic Hotel, the most northernmost 4 star hotel in the world, can not overcome perhaps the most extreme experiences of its life. The hotel is located on the outskirts of Ilulissat Ice Fjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's not all that difficult to achieve; almost all major European cities have flights to Kangerlussuaq airport, which is a short 45-minute jump to Ilulissat, but it is really at the end of the world.
Ice fjor is the primary attraction of the region. It includes 3000 km2 and includes one of the largest and most active glaciers in the world. The glacier is about 20 meters a day and is described as a park full of sculptures that are constantly changing.
There is also the possibility of staying in the igloo on the edge of the fjord. Igloos are not made of ice, it is a pity, but it means you are assured of all the modern conveniences.