A land of snow-clad trees and pristine wilderness, Swedish Lapland makes a great location to get away from it all and experience something really different. Our direct flight takes you there in just 3½ hours, making this a perfect location for a short break or to combine with another destination. Stay at the ICEHOTEL, which is built entirely from snow and ice every year, in an ice-suite and enjoy one the many winter activities available. You may even be lucky enough to see the northern lights; in fact the nearby Aurora Sky Station is considered one of the best places in the world to see them!
This year celebrates the 24th ICEHOTEL in Swedish Lapland. This world-famous
hotel is created every year from ice and snow, creating the
perfect place for the ultimate winter
All of our holidays to Swedish Lapland offer excellent opportunities for viewing the aurora during the winter months. The Icehotel offers a range of exciting northern lights excursions and nearby at the Aurora Sky Station the aurora borealis is often seen in the largely cloud-free skies. Show me more»
There are more huskies than people in Swedish Lapland and they are part
of daily life. The best way to explore the beautiful countryside
surrounding the ICEHOTEL is by husky sledge, whether you mush
your own team of dogs or let someone else take the reins.
Explore Lapland's snow-covered pristine wilderness with an exhilarating snowmobile ride. Choose from several snowmobile tours at the ICEHOTEL. Show me more»
Reindeer Sledging & Moose Safaris
Experience a more traditional way of travel with reindeer sledging or enjoy a moose safari by horseback. A fascinating addition to an authentic Lapland experience. Show me more»
Lapland’s indigenous people are called Sami and around 20,000
live in Swedish Lapland. Their semi-nomadic lives are inextricably
linked to the reindeer and with 2000 years of tradition behind
them, their influence and customs are still much in evidence
About Swedish Lapland
Swedish Lapland isn't a country but a region covering a large
area of northern Sweden, Finland, Norway and part of Russia’s
The latest research from NASA
indicates a double peak 'Solar Max' improving your chances of seeing the aurora this year.
"We went up the chair lift to the sky station to wait for the Northern Lights and saw an amazing display, couldn't have asked for anything more."
Rik and Angie Humphries,
Tromso, Abisko and Icehotel 2013