Swedish Lapland ski holiday
Being outdoors is a natural part of the arctic lifestyle, and during winter – skiing is the way to go. Pro or beginner, Swedish Lapland offers it all. You just need to find your flavour among the resorts. The small village of Kåbdalis offers fun and playful skiing for the whole family in the rural country side. While Luleå is located on the coast of Swedish Lapland, where you will experience iconic activities for the region such as dog sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoe walking. Your accommodation will be modern with a nice view and a rental car gives you the flexibility to plan your own outings.
By arrival you will be welcomed by our guide, who will assist you with getting your rental car at the airport. When walking outside the airport you enter a winter wonderland, fresh air, minus temperatures, and a snow-covered landscape. The entrance to the popular Luleå ice track is about 10 minutes car drive from your accommodation. The track is free accessible and is about 10 km long and except ice skating, its very suitable for making a walk and absorb the winter scenery. It’s an awesome way to spend a few hours in the middle of Luleå town, where you can enjoy warm waffles and hot steaming coffee on the small island Gråsjälören
Do you want to learn more about the Sámi culture and the history of the region? Except the already included activities in this travel package, there’s enough time left to tailor the holiday to your wishes. Meet a Sámi family in their winter camp, visit the UNESCO word heritage site `Gammelstad´. Join a thrilling Icebreaker cruise on board of the Artic Explorer, be amazed by the thundering rapids of Storforsen or choose from many more optional activities.
In Luleå, you will stay in a modern Beachfront bungalow, with wide views over the frozen Luleå river and on a short distance (9km) from the city. In Kåbdalis Ski resort your accommodation will be located next to the ski slopes, offering ski in – ski out possibilities and wonderful view over the ski resort and the lake. Both locations are ideally located to see the magical Northern Lights in the dark polar nights.