based on 6 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Sami cultural experience
All inclusive at Aurora safari camp
Hovercraft, husky sledding and Ice fishing experiences
Price per person based on 2 people travelling including all accommodation and meals, private transfers and a range of private activities including husky sledding, hovercraft adventure on a frozen lake, snowmobiling and a visit to a reindeer herder.
Indulge your inner adventurer with safari style camping and tree house living
This combination of properties takes you from snug laavu tent to family run guest house and on to charming architect designed treehouses
In all three locations you have ample opportunity to spy the Aurora Borealis
An extensive range of winter activities are on offer at each of the three properties - the pick being a Northern Lights snowshoe excursion, a thrilling snowmobile ride on a frozen lake and a dip in a wood-fired bathtub in the wilderness
This combination of Aurora Safari Camp, Sorbyn Lodge and the Treehotel works best in winter when the chances of seeing the Northern Lights are at their best and a myriad of winter activities are on offer.
Heading off the beaten track in Swedish Lapland invites you to a world not only of epic landscapes with vast frozen seas and snow-clad forests, but also to some unique accommodation staying in an African-inspired tented camp and in a Treehotel suspended above the wooded canopy. Stepping away from the cities you’ll experience the true calm and serenity of this winter wilderness and optimise your chances of spotting the elusive Northern Lights as well as enjoying some fun winter activities.
Pine Bay lodge is a humble hotel surrounded by a frozen sea in the Luleå Archipelago offering a unique landscape perfect for wintery excursions – you can even set off onto the frozen water on a hovercraft. Staying off the beaten track you’ll find old fishing villages and a chance to glimpse the local wildlife. Another truly unique activity on offer here is to enjoy a wilderness dinner on Ice, served out on the frozen sea, where, away from the lights of the hotel, you can enjoy the stars as you sample traditional food.
A tented safari camp at the edge of a frozen lake is not your usual accommodation choice in Swedish Lapland. However, this unique concept is perfect for those seeking something off the beaten track; run by charming Swede Fredrik Broman this eco-lodge offers utter peace and tranquillity, optimal Northern Lights viewing and the most wonderful Swedish welcome. With limited facilities available the tents are warm and cosy, ensuring a comfortable night’s sleep sheltered from the freezing temperatures outside for a truly unique experience. Due to the rustic set-up there are no showers here, however for just a couple of nights we think it is worth it to have unspoiled views of the sky away from any artificial lights.
Your final stop is one of Sweden’s most iconic hotels- the magnificent Treehotel set amidst snow clad pine trees with panoramic views of Lapland. Suspended high among the trees the Treehotel has a number of different, unique room options available such as the blue cone or the UFO. As well as a unique stay suspending in the trees here you can also expect incredible sunrises and sunsets, marvellous individually-designed treehouses, traditional Swedish fare and a plethora of winter activities. There truly is no better way to round off a once-in-a-lifetime trip than with a stay under a canopy of pine trees, and the ideal spot from which to see the Northern Lights.
Visit the remote town of Flakaberg and discover the culture of the indigenous Sami people. Your host, Lars Eriksson, will tell you about his lifestyle as a reindeer herder, and his wife Annette will treat you to a delicious traditional lunch.
For a truly unique experience, enjoy a hovercraft adventure across the frozen waters of the Luleå Archipelago. Encounter towering icebergs, fields of pack ice and incredible views as you journey across the frozen sea to the outermost islands.
A trip to Lapland would not be complete without an encounter with some furry huskies. Meet the huskies and their owner and watch them be harnessed before taking off on a thrilling sled ride on forest trails.
Learn the art of photography with astronomist and photographer Ulf Jonsson. Under the cover of darkness Ulf will teach you how to capture the elusive Northern Lights on your DSLR, so you'll have lasting memories of this incredible sight.
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