Experience the northern lights. See green and purple colors dance in the sky while the surrounding mountains keep the skies clear. Between October and March you can see this spectacular nature phenomenon in the northern-most region in Sweden. Aurora Sky Station in Abisko is picked by CNN as one of the best places in the world to see the northern lights. 



…or experience midnight sun. Midnight sun when the sun never sets in the summer. The Midnight Sun is a 24-hour period of sunlight inside the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland, usually between end May and mid-July. However the further north you go, the longer it last. 

Have dinner on the ice at Brändö Adventure Camp. Between Januari and March you can have dinner on the frozen sea with the stars as the ceiling and sea ice as the restaurant floor. Sitting on reindeer hides by the table while being served a luxurious three-course dinner. If lucky, the northern lights will light up the sky.  

Go on a dogsledding adventure in Jokkmokk. Travel with your own Siberian huskiest through the wintery forests. Spend the nights in canvas tents and wooden huts, fetch water from a whole in the ice and warm yourself by the fire in the wooden stove. 

Experience Sámi culture. Lapland, also known as Sápmi stretches across four countries: Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia. The Sámi used to be a semi-nomadic people of which history is very much entwined with reindeer herding.

Stay at the ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi. Sleep at a hotel made of ice and drink champagne at the ice bar. An unforgettable experience. 

Stay at the tree hotel near Boden. The tree hotel offers you a stay in a room off the ground in the middle of unspoilt nature to enjoy the serenity and truly relax. 

Celebrate a traditional Swedish Midsummer at Camp Ripan. Eat traditional Swedish Midsummer food, dance aroud the May pole and enjoy the midnight sun. 

Hike along Kungsleden. Hike along the stunning Kungsleden (the King’s Trail) which stretches across four national parks: Abisko, Stora Sjöfallet, Sarek, Pieljekaise. Walk along lush green hills, lakes, dramatic peaks and small mountain villages.

Canoeing in the Pärlälven (the Peal River). Pärlälves nature reserve is one of Sweden’s last forest areas without roads. Here, you can go on a canoeing adventure in complete serenity. 

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