Cold destinations are not usually on top of my list but I can make an exception for Antarctica. The White Desert Antarctica Camp in Antarctica isn’t new as it has been around for the past 10 years but recently had a complete luxurious renovation for its 10th anniversary. So you can now go on an adventure with comfort and style in one of the most remote places in the world. The camp was founded by Patrick Woodhead who paid special attention into delivering a 5-star experience with guests such as Prince Harry or Bear Grylls. Limited to 12 people at the time and open only from November to January due to harsh weather conditions, it is limited to the lucky few. The camp is composed of 6 sustainable stylishly decorated dome pods. The interiors feature Saarinen chairs, fur throws, Lost Explorer toiletry by the Rothschild family etc. There is a library and a dining room where guests will have their meals prepared by British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton’s chef. Price: $72,000 all inclusive for 8 days.
TRD: Good to know that Bear Grylls does allow himself some luxury and is not always on survival mode looking for a dead carcass for his next meal.
Did you know: Antarctica has around 70 percent of the planet’s fresh water and 90 percent of the planet’s freshwater ice.