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The Ice Hotel Sweden

Swedish Lapland and The Ice Hotel

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Visit the iconic Ice Hotel in Jukkasjarvi, in Sweden. It's located 200 km inside the Arctic Circle along the banks of the frozen Torne river. During your stay you will have the opportunity to enjoy the comfort of the stunning ice hotel with its unique sculptires and designs and explore the indigenous Lappish nature through husky sledging and snowmobile safari on a hunt for the Northern Lights. Stay in an ice room and a warm room at the hotel to get the full experience. It's undoubtedly one for the bucket list.

time difference


1 hours ahead of the UK

flight time


2-3 hours direct from UK

Day 1

Upon arrival into Kiruna by flight, you'll take a shared transfer to your hotel.

Check in to The Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi and have the afternoon at leisure to get to know your surroundings.

Optional activity - 3 hours Raidu - Encounter with Reindeer: Join a Sami guide to the reindeer camp for an encounter with the reindeer and Sami culture. Try a reindeer sled ride around a short track and hand-feed the curious reindeer. Learn more about reindeer husbandry and the region’s indigenous people. Enjoy a hot coffee and taste suovas, the Sami national dish, in front of a roaring fire inside the traditional Sami tent.

Overnight at The Ice Hotel in a cold room.

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Day 2

After breakfast at the hotel you'll embark on two tours which are included in your itinerary.

11:15 - 4 hours Lunch Excursion with Huskies: Get an insight in an exciting daily life of a musher with this exclusive excursion into the isolated wilderness. Before start the tour your guide will issue a safety instruction and equipment, you will require to the tour. You can choose to drive your own team of dogs or join as a passenger and assist with unharnessing the dogs after the tour. Transfers and traditional lunch at a wilderness camp included.

19:00 - 4 hours Northern Lights Snowmobile Tour with dinner: Join a specially trained guide for a nightly excursion in search of the northern lights. For the best chance to see this phenomenon, head out into the untouched wilderness on snowmobiles. During the course of the tour, your guide will make short stops and tell you truths and tall tales about the mystical Aurora Borealis. You'll also enjoy a three-course dinner.

Overnight at The Ice Hotel in a warm room.

Recommended Accommodation:
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Day 3

After breakfast at hotel you'll depart via a shared transfer to Kiruna Airport for your onward flight.


Swedish Lapland and The Ice Hotel

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When going on any holiday it is important to ensure your trip is as successful as possible. From beach holidays to city breaks, you need to check the visa requirements for the holiday you are going on in order to make sure you enjoy your trip without the stress of worrying about visas. The entry requirements for Sweden vary depending on where you are visiting from. UK travellers are advised to check the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website for the most up-to-date visa information. It is travellers' responsibility to ensure they are able to travel to Sweden and that they obtain the correct permissions for doing so. If you are not a British citizen please do check with your country's relevant embassy for the most reliable and up-to-date information.



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