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The Arctic Route

Many people have revealed if they do not drive, or prefer not to drive , it is challenging to explore the beautiful northern part of Scandinavia during winter. However, if you will take The Arctic Route bus service, it is actually quite easy and comfortable to travel from northern Finland to northern Sweden and northern Norway.

The Arctic Route bus service operates daily scheduled services from December 1st until the end of March every year, across various popular tourist destinations between Luleå and Kiruna, Rovaniemi, Tromsø, Narvik and Lyngen. The routes make it easier and cheaper for tourists to explore the Arctic region from the rugged coast to stunning mountainous landscape.

Luleå

When you arrive Luleå, we will be ready to welcome you! We have a wide selection of winter activities and packages fit the demands of families and explorers. Some of our iconic winter activities are Dog sledding, Snowshoe walking, Snowmobiling, Ice fishing and of course, Northern Light safari!

Besides our day tours to explore the surrounding of Luleå such as Storforsen Nature Reserves (Europe’s biggest rapids), we also have well-designed packages e.g. Christmas themed, Short breaks, Fixed departures, All-inclusive packages and so forth.

Contact us for more information, or visit our website for more details regarding all our activities, holiday packages or request for a custom offer.
Arctic Route information: The Arctic Route

 

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Self Drive holidays Sweden, Norway and Finland

We are updating our Self Drive holidays. Beside the basic routes we already had in Swedish Lapland, we are expanding to our neighbouring countries as Norway and Finland. In the newest self drive holiday ‘Lofoten, Senja and North Sweden‘  we combine the best of 2 countries. Resulting in a well planned route, detailed travel guide and handpicked accommodations on the end of each day.

In less then 2 weeks you will experience both Sámi and Viking culture. Drive through the Swedish Alpines region, national parks and breathtaking Norwegian fjords. The route guides you along the ancient Silver Road from Sweden to Norway over the mountains, crossing the Vestfjord by ferry to the Lofoten and includes Senja Island.

Senja island
This 13 days package includes the hidden gem Senja Island, the second largest island of Norway. Senja isn’t really on the tourist trail; you won’t run into any cruise ships or many coach tour groups. This is still a part of Norway that feels a bit undiscovered by mass tourism. Along the way, you’ll find a lot stunning viewpoints and picnic spots to wild beaches and picturesque fishing villages.

In 13 days you will explore the most memorable scenery and landscapes of Lofoten, Senja and Swedish Lapland. By the end of the journey, you will be rejuvenated by your wilderness involvement like berry picking, short hikes, fishing, kayaking and picnics in either the never-set Midnight Sun or golden Autumn forest. We are ready to welcome you, are you ready? Photo credit: Roger Ellingsen.

Travel date: May – October

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Highlights Swedish Lapland

We have now updated our exclusive travel package covering the most Northern part of Sweden: Highlights Swedish Lapland winter season 2020/21. With this 8 days travel package you will experience the best Swedish Lapland has to offer during winter. This unique trip starts in Luleå on the coast of the Bothnian Bay and will bring you through endless forests into the mountains by Abisko, one of the best places on earth to watch the magical Northern Lights. Including visits to the Treehotel, Ice Hotel, Aurora Sky Station and winter activities like dog sledding and snowmobiling. Departures dates on request where we can tailor the program further to your wishes.

Contact us for more information or visit our website for more details regarding our exclusive travel package Highlights Swedish Lapland. Picture: Icehotel/Asaf Kliger

Travel date: December – April