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Off the Grid

Escape the Hum of the Everyday and Lose Yourself in a Remote Paradise

When was the last time that you completely switched off? It is rare in modern life to snatch more than a few moments of downtime, but it’s essential if we are to decompress and effectively take stock of what’s important. This is why Journeysmiths has hunted down a selection of off the grid properties: when you visit, you won’t have any choice but to wind down.

Our off the grid lodges and camps are in some of the most remote, wildly beautiful places imaginable. Yes, some of them take time and effort to reach, but the challenging journey is part of the experience: getting to Time+Tide King Lewanika Lodge requires a flight, a river crossing on a floating pontoon, and then a drive through the Liuwa Plains National Park!
 
Running such properties demands the organisational skills and precision of the Royal Logistic Corps. Energy typically comes from solar panels and generators and water spurts forth from bore holes. Fresh food might be flown in by light aircraft; bottles, cans, and heavy items must be trucked in on 6x6 vehicles. Against all odds, they somehow deliver unparalleled luxury in Earths most wild locations.
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Accommodation:
King Lewanika

King Lewanika is the first and only permanent camp within Zambia’s Liuwa Plains. It’s far from the beaten track in an incredibly remote location, but you can appreciate Zambia’s diverse wildlife at your own pace in this unique haven, enjoying the comfort of secluded, luxurious accommodation.

Accommodation:
Kohima Camp

Wake up to Nagaland’s gorgeous mountain vistas and the sound of a nearby mountain brook. Kohima Camp is set in a quiet corner of northeastern India near the site of the Hornbill Festival, created to promote awareness of local tribal cultures.

Accommodation:
COMO Uma Punakha

COMO Uma Punakha is a remote, tranquil lodge in the pristine Punakha Valley, situated on a bend in the Mo Chu River. This isolated part of Bhutan is rarely visited and guests therefore have unique access to a virtually untouched region.

Accommodation:
Tierra Chiloe

Tierra Chiloe advocates a slower pace of life. Situated amidst the gorgeous blue waters of Chile’s northern Patagonia region, this contemporary glass structure stands on its own island, surrounded by ancient fishing villages. Guests are assured an exceptional experience in unrivalled surroundings.

Accommodation:
Greystoke Mahale

Situated on the edge of the second oldest freshwater lake in the world, Nomad’s Greystoke Mahale is a stunning beachside resort in western Tanzania. The resort has six exclusive villas, all of which feature luxurious interiors and panoramic views of Lake Tanganyika.