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Swedish Sápmi(09Days/08Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at the airport

Train ride to Östersund & enjoying fantastic landscapes in Hälsingland and Härjedalen by train ride

Stay Night in Östersund

Day 02

City tour at Östersund

Walk tour to Jamtli Historieland

Stay Night in Östersund

Day 03


Lappland, often anglicised as Lapland, is a province in northernmost Sweden. It borders Jämtland, Ångermanland, Västerbotten, Norrbotten, Norway and Finland. Nearly a quarter of Sweden's land area is in Lappland.

Lappland originally extended eastward. However, in 1809 the Russian Empire annexed the eastern part of Sweden, and created the Grand Duchy of Finland, which in effect split Lappland into a Swedish part and a Finnish part, both of which still exist today. It primarily consists of Västerbotten County in the south and Norrbotten County in the north, forming the further inland areas of the two counties. Lapland has the coldest climates of Sweden with vast seasonal differences caused by the high latitudes and the interior location.

Inlandsbane Museum.

Stay Night in reindeer

Day 04

Moving to Arvidsjaur

Reindeer slaughterhouse

Stay Night in Arvidsjaur

Day 05

Visit a Sami village and take part of the calf marking & Stay Night in there

Day 06

Train ride to Jokkmokk, Jåhkåmåhkke in Lule Sami

Sámij åhpadusguovdásj

Ájtte Sami Museum

Stay Night in Jokkmokk

Day 07

Visiting Kiruna City

Mining plays a major role as a source of national income and employment for Kiruna and the surrounding region. As with most of Northern Sweden the area is rich with Magnetite which is mined to produce various Iron ore products which are then transported by rail to Narvik port in Norway to be shipped to customers around the world. Large-scale mining in Kiruna started in the 19th century right around the time the major Swedish mining company LKAB was founded in 1890.

In winter, the Icehotel in nearby Jukkasjärvi and the northern lights attract tourists. The long and certain snow cover, which generally lasts from October to May, and frozen lakes and rivers facilitate cross-country and alpine skiing, dog sledding and snowmobiling. There is ice climbing in the mountains and ice skating on lakes or rivers. The annual Snow Festival is held over the last weekend of January and includes scooter jumping, reindeer racing and an ice sculpture contest.

Kiruna Church

Kiruna Church is a church building in Kiruna, Sweden, and is one of Sweden's largest wooden buildings. The church exterior is built in a Gothic Revival style, while the altar is in Art Nouveau.

In 2001, Kiruna Church was voted the most popular pre-1950 building in Sweden, in a country-wide poll conducted by the Swedish Travelling Exhibitions, a government agency connected to the Ministry of Culture. It is considered to be "the Shrine of the Nomadic people.

Because of the expansion of the Kiruna Mine the church is slated to be moved a location adjacent to the cemetery on in 2025 or 2026.

Visit shop Carl Wennberg

Stay Night in Kiruna

Day 08

Moving to Nihkkáluokta

Láddjujávri Glacier Lake

Boat ride through Láddjuvággis delta

Stay Night in Kiruna

Day 09

The Ice hotel

The Icehotel is a hotel rebuilt each year with snow and ice in the village of Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden, about 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Kiruna. It is the world's first ice hotel.

After its first opening in 1990, the hotel has been rebuilt each year from December to April. The hotel, including the chairs and beds, is constructed from snow and ice blocks taken from the nearby Torne River. Artists are invited to create different rooms and decorations made of ice. Besides bedrooms, there is a bar, with glasses made of ice and an ice chapel that is popular with marrying couples. The structure remains below freezing, around −5 °C (23 °F).

Jukkasjärvi's beautiful wooden church

Move back to airport

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