Example Trip Itinerary
Lapland - Råne River Valley
Private transfer to your lodge
Accommodation in Lapland - Råne River Valley
- Three log cabins
- Private outdoor Jacuzzi
- Wood-fired sauna
- Full board
Arctic Retreat is a little gem hidden deep in the forests of Swedish Lapland, on the banks of the Råne River. There are three log cabins, one of which is a family cabin sleeping up to six people. Each features a bathroom, fireplace and private outdoor Jacuzzi. Large panoramic windows allow you to enjoy your surroundings – the pale haze of an early morning and the sprinkling of stars on a clear night is truly magical. There is also a wood-fired sauna in a separate building. The lodge is ownded by a local family who moved from the city of Luleå to the countryside in order to create this idyllic hideaway. Hosts will be on hand during your stay should you need anything. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included and food will be high-end local cuisine prepared according to the season. There is so much to do during a stay at Arctic Retreat from snowmobile safaris and husky rides to Nordic skiing and wilderness skills tours.
Tucked away deep in the forests of Swedish Lapland is Arctic Retreat. Here you can explore the wonders of this incredible landscape north of the Arctic Circle, enjoying everything from snowmobiling and cross country skiing to relaxing in a traditional sauna. And of course, there's always the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights dance across the sky.
Head out after dinner in search of the Northen Lights. You need good weather conditions and a clear sky, but if you do spot them then it's an experience that stays with you forever.
Today you will head off on a cross country skiing adventure deep in the forest. Traditional Nordic skiing is a fantastic way to experience the nature of Swedish Lapland. After being fitted out with your winter clothing and cross country skis, you will enjoy a half day trip in the forest looking for wildlife tracks and learning about the boreal forests of the Arctic region. Halfway through you will stop for outdoor fika which includes tea/coffee and a snack. Continue through the spectacular landscapes, weaving through the huge pine forests where you may even spot a moose or a black grouse.
Head out this evening on snowshoes in search of the stunning aurora borealis.
Private transfer to your hotel near Harads
Lapland - Harads
Accommodation in Lapland - Harads
- Seven unique treehouses
- Relaxation area
More than simply cabins tucked away in a forest, the rooms at this contemporary tree house hotel in Harads are marvels of engineering and works of art. Whether you’re relaxing on the net patio of the Seventh Room, or gazing out over the forest from the Dragonfly, your stay will be unique, luxurious and truly memorable. The seven unique rooms are situated above ground in a pine forest, a celebration of design, taste and nature. The Seventh Room is located ten metres up in the trees, boasting panoramic windows which offer views of the Lule River, and skylights in the bedrooms – the ideal place from which to admire the Northern Lights. The patio level is a net, stretched around the trunk of a pine tree. Lie back and listen to the sounds of the forest all around you. The room itself is luxuriously modern with Scandinavian wood and fine textures. The other vastly different rooms include The Cabin, The UFO, The Bird’s Nest, The Mirror Cube, The Blue Cone and the Dragonfly. Britta’s Pensionat, a short walk from the rooms, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a 1930s-50s setting. The menu changes daily according to what fresh produce is available. Guests can enjoy the bar, television area, sauna and relaxation area. There are a variety of activities for guests to participate in depending on the season, including hiking, mountain biking, moose safaris, fishing and photography.
Enjoy the tranquility of Swedish Lapland from your one-of-a-kind room at the Teeehotel. There are plenty of activites on offer, whether you want to explore the forest on foot or bike, kayak along the river or simply relax in the sauna and enjoy some beautifully prepared and locally foraged food.
Visit the historic Sami village of Jokkmokk and learn about the culture and the traditions of the Sami people who live here.
Lapland - Nabrreluokta
Accommodation in Lapland - Nabrreluokta
- Up to five lavvu tents
- Wood cabin with dining room and sauna
Sápmi Nature Camp an authentic, personal and sustainable camp that is a fabulous place from which to experience the unspoiled nature of Swedish Lapland above the Arctic Circle. The camp consists of up to five traditional lavvu tents comfortably furnished with double beds, wood-fired stoves and simple Sami furniture, each stood on a wooden platform, spread out around a small cabin close to a central cabin with a dining room and warm outhouse. Run by Lennart Pittja who grew up in a reindeer herding Sami family here, continuing a tradition that dates back thousands of years, you can expect an intimate experience of not only the wilderness, but of the unique culture here which the camp aims to envelop guests in. There’s no electricity in the camp at all and during the winter light come from fire, candles, kerosene lamps and battery LED-lamps, but with the moon, stars and northern lights reflecting in the snow, it’s not as dark as you’d expect. In the summer, the camp perfectly placed for long summer days.
Enjoy exploring Swedish Lapland and learning about Sami culture during your stay at Sápmi Nature Camp, run by Lennart Pittja who grew up in a reindeer herding Sami family. The team's love and respect for the animals and nature that surrounds them is clear as is their passion for sharing their knowledge about Sami life, both past and present.
Today you will get a glimpse into the daily life of a reindeer herder. The camp owner's family spend their year taking care of the reindeer and you'll get to meet them and see what it's really like on a working farm. During your visit they will talk you through the year and seasons in Sápmi and how the changing world and climate is affecting their life.
Private transfer from Kiruna airport
Flight from Kiruna to Stockholm
Private transfer to your hotel in Stockholm
Accommodation in Stockholm
- 201 rooms
- Two restaurants
- Two bars
- Fitness centre and sauna
This luxury hotel in the heart of Stockholm offers guests a relaxed and elegant base from which to explore the city. There are 201 rooms and suites to choose from. Whether original panelling and stucco from the 1800s appeals to you, or you want to wake up to sunlight spilling through wide windows, Nobis seamlessly combines style and comfort. Some of the rooms offer views out over the city centre, the beautiful Berzelii Park or tranquil inner courtyard. Interior design is focussed on contemporary timelessness, and the aesthetics are refined, calming and discreet, to match the 19th century stone architecture of the building. The furniture and artworks were designed specifically for the hotel, incorporating natural materials like stone, ceramics, wood and natural textiles. Dine on dishes inspired by traditional Italian rustic cuisine at Caina’s Bakficka. The menu takes you on a journey through Italy from the mountains of Piedmont and the valleys of Tuscany, to the southern coast of Sicily. As the sun goes down, enjoy a glass of champagne or a signature cocktail at The Gold Bar. Fresh ingredients and hand-picked spirits make for inspired seasonal drinks.
Enjoy your days exploring Stockholm, Sweden's beautiful capital. Set over 14 islands, it's a place of water and greenery as much as the urban, a place where centuries of history meet the constant forward thinking nature of its near 1 million inhabitants. As well as fine museums, trend-setting restaurants and vibrant nightclubs, a short cruise out of the city will find you among the thousands of beautiful islands that make up the Stockholm archipelago, making this a city that feels surprisingly outdoorsy.
On this tour you'll get to see some of the city's most popular highlights, including the Vasa Museum, the Royal Palace and the City Hall. At Vasa Museum you will get to marvel at the remnants of a wreck which lay at the bottom of the ocean for some 333 years. Next, you'll breathe in the fresh air as you wander down hidden alleyways between medieval buildings in Gamla Stan (the old town). Pop into the Royal Palace of Stockholm and see the state apartments, pass by the cathedral, and discover the historic Stortorget and Mårten Trotzigs Gränd alleyways. Then you end the tour with glimpses of some of Stockholm's city districts, like Södermalm, Djurgården, Norrmalm and Östermalm.
Private transfer to Stockholm airport