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Full Board at the Treehotel
Husky sledding excursion
price per person based on a family of four travelling. Includes a private snowmobile adventure and dinner at the Treehotel, private husky sledding at the Ice hotel, all accommodation and private transfers.
Experience the winter wonderland of Northern Sweden and stay in one of the world's most extraordinary hotels
Revel in nature's most incredible light show - the Northern Lights
Try your hand at the fabulously wintery activities such as husky-sledding, reindeer safaris or snowshoeing across the vast and unspoiled landscape
Stay in one of the seven uniquely designed rooms perched in the tree tops in the forest of Harads
As construction of the hotel is subject to the whims of Mother Nature, an exact time frame cannot be guaranteed, but the Ice Hotel usually remains open to guests from December through to April when the hotel closes to allow the thaw back into the River Thorne. The Treehotel is open all year round but is best visited either in winter to enjoy the best of the winter activities and to see the Northern Lights, or in spring when you can enjoy lovely walks along the Lule river and hiking in the surrounding areas.
The Ice Hotel - Treehotel combination has recently climbed to the top of the bucket-list for the adventure traveller. The Northern Lights has to be one of nature's most incredible light spectacles and the extraordinary accommodation just adds to the show.
The first stop of this once in a life time adventure is the Ice Hotel located in the very north of Sweden in a small village called Jukkasjärvi - home to 1100 inhabitants and 1000 dogs! Remodelled each year from ice blocks garnered from the river Torne, ice sculptors are handpicked to design an art suite each. They spend weeks mastering their sculptures using "snice" - an art that involves creating a cement from ice and snow and welding it together with water which turns to ice fusing the structures together. You can really get a taste of life in Lapland with husky-sledding, horse treks, snowmobiling, meeting the Sami people who are indigenous to Lapland, and of course, searching for the Northern Lights. Spend one night in the Ice Hotel's beautiful cold accommodation and then move to one of their warm chalets or hotel rooms.
Next stop is the imaginative Treehotel - catch a train or take a private transfer 3 hours 45 minutes south of Kiruna to reach your very own treehouse. Spend the night perched high in the canopy of the forest of Harads and expect incredible sunrises and sunsets from one of the seven uniquely designed rooms. A warm and homely welcome at Britta’s Pensionat will be waiting for you as well as delicious food, traditional Swedish fare, and a wonderful variety of winter activities ranging from relaxing in the tree sauna to action-packed speedy horse-pulled skiing!
With your expert local guide at your side, explore the Lappish wilderness in search of the region's native wildlife. Take in the breathtaking mountain scenery as you keep your eyes peeled for moose, reindeer and grouse.
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.
Venture out under the moonlight to a nearby lake, where you can spend an evening dining atop the frozen waters. After a three-course dinner in a heated tipi, you'll have the chance to spot the beautiful yet elusive Northern Lights.
A must-do when staying at the iconic Ice Hotel, try carving an ice sculpture of your own in an introductory sculpting class. Using the same ice as the hotel is made from, you'll learn the techniques and then be able to test your creativity!
The traditional way to explore the winter landscapes of Swedish Lapland, you'll traverse across the snow on wooden skis, led by your expert guide. Skiing across flat ground at a leisurely pace, you'll be able to admire the beautiful scenery as you pass.
For a real Lappish experience, try riding a snowmobile through the incredible winter wonderland around the Ice Hotel. You'll witness stunning scenery and maybe see some of Lapland's native wildlife as you admire the snowy mountains.
Learn how to thrive in the wilderness at Ice Hotel with an exciting introduction to winter survival techniques. Your experienced guide will take you into the heart of Swedish Lapland where you'll be taught how to make fire, navigate and much more!
The Ice Hotel is built each year on the banks of the River Thorne in the small village in Lapland called Jukkasjarvi, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. The Treehotel is situated in the forest of Harads 1-hour 30-minute drive from Luleå.
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