Rating in Sweden
$ 1961

Sorbyn And Aurora Safari Camp

Aurora
Aurora
min $ 1961
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Lulea
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 1961
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This unforgettable journey deep into the heart of the arctic wilderness of Swedish Lapland begins in the small village of Sörbyn. Sitting in the middle of a pine forest, by the icy shores of a frozen lake, you will spend three nights enjoying the cosy hospitality of warm wooden cabins and some of the finest cuisine in the region.
The snow blanketed forest and the frozen waters of the lake provide the perfect backdrop to this stunning Arctic adventure, as you spend your days enjoying an array of activities, from snowmobile safaris and dog sled rides, to an Aurora Safari Camp and a chance to sample a rich mix of delicious Swedish fare.
Evenings have been set aside to make the most of the lack of light pollution amongst these pristine landscapes. Two of your evenings will be spent in search of the glittering spectacle of the Northern Lights, first from a wild camp in the midst of the pine forest and then from the top of a mountain peak, with the forest laid out below and, hopefully, the aurora shimmering above.
*Please note the prices shown are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room
Highlights:
Spend a night in an Aurora Safari Camp.
Enjoy the evenings searching for the Aurora Borealis.
Relax amongst the pine forests of Swedish Lapland.
Perfect for lovers of outdoor Arctic adventure.
Tour Includes:
2 nights Sörbyn Lodge
1 night Aurora Safari Camp
3 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners
Guided excursions
Shared transfers to and from airport
Rental of winter clothing

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Wild Frontiers
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