ICEHOTEL & Husky Adventure
Our Flexibility Promise
With our Flexibility Promise, you can change the date and/or destination of your Best Served Scandinavia holiday up to 35 days before departure, free of charge. Book by 31st March 2021 for travel completed by 31st August 2021.
These are some of the excursions we can arrange for this trip.
Northern Lights snowmobile tour
» From £175 per person
Join specially-trained guides for a nightly excursion in search of the Northern Lights aboard snowmobiles, receiving insights from your expert guide, as well as dinner
Husky sledding overnight wilderness adventure
» From £600 per person
Pair up with a team of sled dogs and search for the Northern Lights on this overnight tour, sleeping in a secluded wilderness camp, with a traditional sauna awaiting your arrival. Head back after breakfast the next day.
Snowmobile safari with Swedish 'fika'
» From £120 per person
A perfect opportunity to experience Lapland’s magnificent nature in broad daylight. This excursion takes us across frozen lakes and bogs, through hilly landscapes with views over the river and Kiruna in the far horizon. Traditional Swedish fika by an open fire included.
Husky sled airport transfer
» From £650 per person
What better way to start or end your ICEHOTEL stay with a husky sled airport transfer? Enjoy a 75-minute journey and arrive or end in style.
Arctic wildlife safari with lunch
» From £240 per person
Along with a local guide, this tour takes you through magnificent mountain scenery. Learn about the wild animal’s native to this region, how the moose affects the climate here and racking them, as well as reindeer and grouse.
Ráidu – Meet the reindeer
» From £195 per person
Join a reindeer herder at the Sámi camp for an encounter with the reindeer and Sámi culture. Try a reindeer sled ride and hand-feed the curious reindeer
Moose safari on horseback
» From £205 per person
The moose is known as the 'King of the Swedish forest' and, on this exciting excursion, you'll head out on Icelandic horses in search of His Majesty.
Northern Lights on horseback
» From £205 per person
Accompanied by Icelandic ponies, head out under the beautiful, wintry night sky in search of both the Northern Lights and native moose!
Cross-country Skiing in the Poikkijarvi Woods
» From £75 per person
Snowmobile across Torne River towards the forest area around the village of Poikkijärvi. Upon arrival, strap your skis on and head into the forest. Enjoy food and drink around a log fire, and the freedom to use the skis for the rest of the day.
Winter survival introduction
» From £120 per person
Receive a fun and educational way to learn the basics of winter survival. Head into the wilderness on a snowmobile and learn how to make fire using flint, navigate through signs in nature and learn the secrets to winter survival.
Husky sledding & traditional wilderness lunch
» From £385 per person
Understand a dog musher's everyday life, and try your hand at driving your own team of huskies, or join as a passenger and assist the musher with un-harnessing the huskies afterwards. You'll also enjoy a traditional lunch at a wilderness camp
Sled dog ride in winter wonderland
» From £150 per person
Enjoy the enthusiasm of a team of yapping huskies as you journey by sled deep into the wilderness. This is a truly spectacular way to experience ICEHOTEL's wilderness surrounds.
Log cabin overnight tour via snowmobile
» From £520 per person
Enjoy a snowmobile-led journey to a night in a traditional log cabin, including dinner and a wood-fired sauna. Keep an eye out for those Northern Lights!
Eight Seasons Photo Tour
» From £185 per person
Explore Arctic life through a lens as you practise your landscape, animal and culture photography in the beautiful surrounds of Swedish Lapland.
Jukkasjarvi Sauna Ritual
» From £450 per person
Learn a 10-step sauna ritual that'll teach you how to enjoy a sauna like a true Scandinavian. Your tour includes a river plunge and a thorough cleansing of mind and body.
Your guide to post-Brexit travel
Your travel-related Brexit questions answered. An overview of what travel will look like following the UK's departure from the European Union.
When to visit Scandinavia: a seasonal guide
With such a variety of landscapes and activities, it's hard to define the best time to visit Scandinavia. The answer, really, is that there isn't one. Endless summer days bathed in the midnight sun give way to months of snow-bound fun, when, for many, Scandinavia really comes into its own.