Highlights of Swedish Lapland
Home to the famous ICEHOTEL and other amazing accommodation options including the Treehotel, Aurora Safari Camp, Arctic Bath, Arctic Retreat and Loggers Lodge.
Enjoy some of the amazing local food and culture of the region. Dine at the ICE Restaurant, enjoy a relaxing Spa or learn more about the Sami people and their traditions.
Suggested Itineraries in Swedish Lapland
Unique Properties in Swedish Lapland
ICEHOTELStay overnight at the original ICEHOTEL in Northern Sweden.
TreehotelArguably one of Northern Sweden’s most famous experiences
Sapmi Nature CampStay in a teepee at Sapmi Nature Camp
Arctic BathExperience this unique floating hotel in Swedish Lapland
Loggers LodgeGet cosy in a beautiful secluded log cabin in Swedish Lapland.
Arctic RetreatA cosy but beautiful cabin in the forest of Swedish Lapland.
Aurora Safari CampOne of Swedish Lapland's most unique and magical outdoor overnight experiences.
There are many options of how to get into Swedish Lapland – to start with you can connect with a variety of flights from Stockholm. Here you can fly into both Kiruna and Lulea.
If one prefers to go by rail that you can travel up from Stockholm on the overnight train (roughly a 13-hour trip that is worth doing if you get the right time of year to be able to see the stunning scenery outside your window)!
You could also connect from Tromso with a bus to Narvik and then train from there into Kiruna or Lulea.
With this being based right up in the Arctic Circle you have to be prepared for all types of challenges with the weather which might throw a spanner in the works with your transfers – fortunately, we are always here and ready to make any changes required.
If you are heading out in the Winter then you need to be ready to wrap up warmly – most of the properties will provide you with warm clothing but you need to make sure you have your base layers. Temperatures can range from anything between -5 to -30 during the height of the winter – easing off as the seasons head into Spring. Despite these cold temperatures by end of January, the sun starts to appear so it is always useful to bring a pair of sunglasses, just in case!
In the Summer months the temperatures can get a lot warmer and with them comes the midnight sun in the height of Summer.
When it comes to trying to see the aurora many areas of Swedish Lapland are excellent to position yourself in a spot to try and catch them.
Abisko and Bjorkliden benefit from the weather shadow provided by the surrounding arctic mountain range which creates more clear nights than other areas of Swedish Lapland but there is still a number to choose from.
Swedish Lapland is home to a variety of vistas. There are many lakes (frozen in the winter) dotted throughout the region and many impressive mountains that all hold stories, myths, and legends!
The borders of Finland and Norway are only a short trip away if you know where you are going, making it a great place for guests looking to explore.
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