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Sweden short break, Korsa Forest Camp

The deep forests, secluded lakes and old villages of Dalarna are in many ways "the heart" of Sweden. These are the idyllic settings we have in our mind's eye when musing on a time long gone. A time when our people lived closer to nature, depicted in so much of our folk art. Korså is a small historic village, picturesque as can be. Follow a trail down to the shores of the pristine forest lake and you will find two comfy and large luxury canvas tents. Each tent has hotel standard beds and bed linen, a small wood fired stove for cold nights, oil lanterns and wool blankets. Everything you need for a couple of cozy nights in the woods. We provide lunch and dinner meals, and in the mornings we ...Read more >
From €685 excluding flights

Wildlife short break in Sweden

Spend five days in the pristine boreal forest of central Sweden experiencing our largest and most fascinating wildlife in their natural habitat. This adventure involves walking, boating and driving excursions to see bears, moose, beavers and other wildlife like roe deer, mountain hare, wolf and even lynx. Our base will be Färna Herrgård - a historical estate with a manor house and a large beautiful garden. It's a truly relaxing place with nature right at your doorstep ready for you to explore. The forests that we will visit in Skinnskatteberg are some of the best areas in Sweden to watch and photograph wildlife. And the Hälsingland forests is the best place to go for bear watching. Our ...Read more >
From €1,560 excluding flights

Sweden rewilding and yoga holiday

THE PLAN • Morning yoga classes, connecting to natural body movement • Forest excursions, to experience nature in meditative ways • Hiking, swimming, canoeing, silent walking, wood heated sauna • Visiting beaver and wolf territory, watching for animals in their natural environment • Feeling at home in nature, fire making, foraging for mushrooms and berries • Organic vegan breakfasts and lunches • Dinners cooked together over open fire in the forest • Three nights accommodation at Shambala Gatherings Yoga retreat • One night sleeping in tents out in the forest in a wolf territory Just because humans can adapt to any environment and demand - such as a stressful life in the city - it does not ...Read more >
From €665 excluding flights

Sweden wildlife holiday, Moose expedition

Why are we doing this trip? This is the trip that I am looking forward to the most each year. The remote feeling, the vast landscape, the silent mountains and the impressive wildlife. It is like visiting another world. On of the main reasons why we like to organize this expedition is that very few people feel confident to hike in Sarek on their own. Sarek sees much fewer travelers than the popular hiking trail Kungsleden, the King's trail. On this trip, be prepared to experience the real side of Lapland's nature, beyond Kungsleden and other popular hiking trails. Be prepared to make friends with the guides and the other guests around the dinner camp in the evenings. Highlights: • The ...Read more >
From €22,678 excluding flights

Sweden wildlife holiday, Ecolodge short break

This is an ideal short break for families looking to get back to nature in the forests of central Sweden. Staying in an ecolodge (capacity 24 guests) you’ll be encouraged and assisted to gather your own wood for the fire so as to cook outdoors amongst the pines. Don’t expect all mod cons as accommodation is basic, yet cosy, with an emphasis on the environment rather than electrical cables and hot showers. Getting out of reach of the modern world is what drives families to have the most fantastic time with opportunities to meet other like-minded kids and parents providing an authentic wild camping vibe and plenty of time and space for everyone to find their feet and make new friends in the ...Read more >
From £578 excluding flights

Sweden holidays, Wolves, Moose and Beavers

Sweden wildlife tours over a long weekend uncover an inordinate amount of animal life with moose, beavers, foxes and red squirrels all to be found if you know where to look. Following a guide on a four day Sweden wildlife tour lets you learn as you explore with bird calls deciphered and animal tracks uncovered, especially when tracking through the realm of the wolf. What our four day Sweden wildlife tours features: Three nights’ accommodation at a cosy lakeside guesthouse – 2hrs from Stockholm Meals include 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 evening meals Guided wildlife walks and canoeing instruction on the lake (equipment included) Good chance of seeing roe deer, moose and beavers Enjoy a ...Read more >
From €1,350 excluding flights

Lynx watching and Northern Lights in Swedish Lapland

Why are we doing this trip? I know there is a lot of people would really like to see a Lynx in the wild. But they are very elusive and difficut to see. Still, many earlier guests have asked me if we do Lynx tours where there is a chance to see Lynx. Our guides do see Lynx every now and then, but they are not easy to find on demand. That's why we have chosen to not offer Lynx tours. Until now. I've talked to many people across Sweden. Trackers, Sámi reindeer herders and nature photographers. I've received some very valuable tips. And there are actually a few specific places where there is a chance to see Lynx. Some of them more promising than others. But one place stands out. I have ...Read more >
From £1,993 excluding flights

Lapland Northern Lights and moose tracking short break

Our idea is to experience a genuine side of Lapland, in small groups with local guides, far away from the crowds at the ice hotel or Santa theme parks. This part of Lapland is wild and true - a snow-clad expansive landscape ranging from mountains and frozen lakes to ancient boreal forests and gushing rivers. We head to Jokkmokk, a small outpost town just north of the Arctic circle with deep Sámi roots. The allure of the Aurora Borealis is what brings many of us this far north. As long as the weather is clear, we venture out each evening gazing at the dark night sky hoping to marvel at this glorious dance of the heavens. Dog sledding is an ancient way of moving across snow and ice. We ...Read more >
From €2,450 excluding flights
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