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White Desert’s Camp Whichaway is an extreme resort in Antartica. In its extreme desolation, it is unnecessary to say its off-the-grid. In being so, the resort is powered solely by wind and solar with “zero impact” on its surroundings but more so on its visitors. total-renewables_01 total-renewables_02 total-renewables_03 Having been worn down by the harsh Antarctic conditions, the camp’s dome cabins have recently been refurbished. Now, for $70,000 a person can initiate there adventure from the camp’s igloo-shaped cabins situated on a 200-foot ice fall. total-renewables_04 total-renewables_05 total-renewables_06 total-renewables_07 total-renewables_08 The six available igloos on the site (each constructed from fiberglass) include sleeping accommodations, a private wash area, composting toilet and working desk. Communal cabins contains include a ‘lounge space’, populated with comfortable couches, tables, and a wood-burning stove to keep all within warm. Another holds the dining room that includes a large round table where all