digs up remote hotels, including Frontiers destinations

Frontiers Travel arranges trips to a couple of the world’s most remote hotels, according to

In a slideshow, shows Winterlake, Alaska, as one remote hotel that can be accessed through Frontiers:

Winterlake is 200 miles northwest of Anchorage, via the Iditarod trail. Instead of mushing, guests come in my floatplane (in summer) and skiplane (in winter), for some world-class hiking, kayaking, salmon and trout fishing and … yoga. Frontiers Travel will get you there and back. Rates (based on double-occupancy): starting at $2,660 per night.


Winterlake, Alaska

Desroches Island Resort is the other remote destination offered by Frontiers:

Some 930 miles to the east of mainland Africa are the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles, where it’s always island time. Desroches is one of the newer resorts and it’s all luxury: satellite TV, spa, bar, lavish rooms. Guests can play tennis, go cycling or surfing, or try their hands at some of the best bonefishing in the world. Book through Frontiers Travel. Rates (based on double-occupancy): starting at $720 per night.

Desroches Island

Desroches Island