Arctic Norway and Swedish Lapland

Lyngen Fjord, Norway & Swedish Lapland

From £6900 per person in low season
From £7600 per person in high season

based on 7 nights & selected experiences

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  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Selected experiences

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  • Discover the very best of Scandinavia, combining a stay at two luxurious lodges

  • Explore the dramatic fjords of Northern Norway and the breathtaking landscapes of Swedish Lapland

  • Enjoy deep snow during the winter months and try snowshoeing, snowmobiling or ice fishing

  • During summer, explore the fjords by kayak, spot dolphins and take a boat trip under the Midnight Sun

  • Remote locations offer fantastic opportunities for catching a glimpse of the Northern Lights

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A trip to Northern Norway and Swedish Lapland between November and March will allow you to make the most of your chances of catching the Northern Lights. Of course there will be snow on the ground too making husky sledding, snow-shoeing and snowmobiling all possible. This region also makes a fantastic summer destination, and experiences such as hiking, sea kayaking and boat trips are all available.

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Whether in the depths of winter or during the long days of summer, Northern Norway and Swedish Lapland offer breath-taking scenery, delightful accommodation and exciting outdoor activities. Often thought of as winter destinations, Northern Norway and Swedish Lapland are magical in any season, offering year-round outdoor adventure and unique experiences. Visit in the winter to try and spot the elusive Northern Lights, or spend long summer days unwinding under the Midnight Sun.

  1. Fly to Tromsø (via Oslo)

  2. Days 1-5: Northern Norway

    Begin your adventure by getting completely off the beaten track. Lyngen Lodge is located within the Arctic Circle in the northern reaches of Norway's mainland, surrounded by the spectacular scenery of Lyngen Fjord. While it may be tempting to stay tucked away in the lodge admiring the view, the fjord and its dramatic mountains are every nature lover's playground, no matter what time of year.

    Steer husky sleds through the peaceful pine forests of the Resia Valley, snowmobile to frozen lakes to try your hand at ice fishing, or snowshoe through Arctic landscapes as you track moose, lynx or even wolves. In summer, the snow melts away to reveal lush green meadows, wildflowers and crystal-clear waters, ideal for hiking or dolphin-spotting from Lyngen Lodge's boat.

    Accommodation: Lyngen Lodge (4 nights)

  3. Fly from Tromsø to Luleå via Stockholm

  4. Days 5-8: Swedish Lapland

    After spending four nights at Lyngen Lodge exploring this remarkable corner of Norway, fly to Luleå to really get away from it all in Swedish Lapland. With 5 kilometres between Loggers Lodge and its nearest neighbour, this cosy cabin built for two provides the ultimate in privacy and seclusion. Relax and enjoy the log fire, sauna and Jacuzzi, or if you can tear yourself away from this tranquil haven, venture out to explore the breath-taking wilderness of Swedish Lapland.

    Glide through the silent forests as you discover the art of Nordic ski touring or learn how to perfectly capture this incredible experience with a Northern Lights photography masterclass. To really get under the skin of Swedish Lapland, meet the indigenous Sami people and learn about their traditional way of life as reindeer herders, a culture which is centuries old. During the summer, hike through the pine trees to admire the impressive scenery of nearby Nature Reserves, or spend an evening in a rowboat, floating on the calm waters of a lake under the glow of the Midnight Sun.

    Accommodation: Loggers Lodge (3 nights)

  5. Fly home from Luleå (via Stockholm)


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