One of our special genius talents as human beings is creating limitations for ourselves (so that we can have the fun of growing out of them.)
In my experience, if you have a limitation around other humans, like the OP's:
I find it too hard to enjoy life in the modern society, and the only option for me is to move into the wilderness with some other people.
... that limitation, which your consciousness created, isn't going to just *poof* disappear just because there are fewer humans around (a smaller representation of 'modern society'), but rather, it's more likely to be magnified.
I'm not saying that's a bad thing or that you shouldn't do it; I'm just saying that changing your geographic location isn't going to change your emotional landscape. People who "think they will be more happy in the wilderness" are indulging in Someday Thinking -- that is, putting off until later what they actually have the power to generate right now. You might very well feel that moving to the wilderness is the right choice for you in loving your life, but if you make choices in which your ways of being (like "happiness") depend on external circumstances (like "living in the wilderness and getting away from modern society"), it's like tossing your personal power to the winds.
Again, not to say you shouldn't do it. If it were me, I would generate the happiness first, and then
Watch out for The Beast!