OFF THE BEATEN PATH
At the root of Eleven’s identity is the belief that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice the comforts of home in order to experience some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes and incredible adventures. Our team has scoured the globe for destinations relatively unknown, with a strong connection to both community and landscape. Even our most off-the-grid properties are custom designed with high-end touches, such as steam showers, saunas, pools, gyms, and fully-stocked bars.
CUSTOM TAILORED EXPERIENCES
We believe that your trip should be about you. That means that no trip is ever the same. Even before you arrive, our Experience Managers will help plan every detail of your dream itinerary, from travel logistics to dinner menus. Most of our stays are largely all-inclusive — meaning that your professional guides, outdoor activities, most meals, house alcohol, and local transportation are included. Specific offerings vary at each property – please see destination pages for details.
Best Day Ever Policy
Unlike other resorts and guide operations, we don’t acknowledge “down days” or “weather days.” There are no rain checks. We are always ready to improvise and be creative. If we can’t ski, we’ll surf. If we can’t fish, we’ll go mountain biking with a gourmet riverside lunch. You came to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and that’s what you’ll get.
‘Can’t begin to describe how fired up I am right now. Empty, glassy, perfect right point this morning and now we’re suiting up to hop in the heli to film skiing. Does it get any better?’
Scott Gaffney, MSP Films at Deplar Farm
The Grassy Creek Foundation, or GCF, is a private family foundation established in 2011 by the founder of Eleven Experience. It was built on the same principles as those underlying all that we do at Eleven Experience: a deep respect for nature and a dedication to environmental conservation and responsible stewardship of natural resources.
These shared principles are visible in the Foundation’s programming and grant-making initiatives. GCF supports a diverse roster of organizations, from large nonprofits such as the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the International Atlantic Salmon Foundation, to more regional and local conservation groups such as the Gasparilla Island Conservation and Improvement Association in Boca Grande, and the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust in the Florida Keys. It is also developing on-the-ground initiatives in locations where Eleven operates, supporting local communities through direct charitable activities such as clean-up efforts and environmental outreach and education.
For more information about GCF and its work, please visit grassycreekfoundation.org.