Sweden

Sweden is one of Europe’s great adventure destinations, with opportunities for wildlife-viewing, walking and winter activities.

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Sweden Holidays

Sweden's natural charms extend from a beautiful southern coastline, comprised of a series of island archipelagos that provide the setting for several of the country’s towns and cities, including capital Stockholm; through a densely forested interior that protects a diversity of wildlife, including species such as wolf, wolverine and brown bear; and into the vast tundra of Swedish Lapland, located above the Arctic circle in northernmost Sweden.

Expedition into the Rwenzori Mountains

It was a great adventure and very tough! [But] if it were easy, every Tom, Dick and Harry would be there!

Hugh

Our Sweden Itineraries

Winter Adventure in Swedish Lapland

Join up to 6 other travellers on an exhilarating adventure into the wilds of Lapland – a pristine, snow-clad landscape of mountains, forests, rivers and frozen lakes. The Northern Lights are a highlight of this week-long itinerary, as is dog-sledding and observing the native wildlife, including moose and reindeer in their natural habitat. You will also spend two nights in a tented Sami camp within the Arctic circle.

Destination

  • Sweden

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £2250 pp

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Bergslagen Wildlife Safari (Wolves, Beavers & Moose)

Discover the pristine boreal forest and lakes of Bergslagen, where you will encounter the very best of Sweden’s wildlife. Accompanied by an experienced wildlife guide, you will explore a wilderness that is home to wolves, bears, beavers, wild boar, pine marten, hare, fox and, of course, the majestic moose, Sweden’s national animal!

Destination

  • Sweden

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Group Travel

Prices from £1275 pp

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Additional Information

Visa Requirements

Entry requirements for UK passport holders
Full UK passport is required with at least 6 months validity.

Visas
The 90-day limit for visa-free travel begins on 1 January 2021. At border control for Sweden, you may need to:
•    show a return or onward ticket
•    you have enough money for your stay
•    use separate lanes from EU, EEA and Swiss citizens when queueing
•    if you are travelling to other Schengen countries without a visa, make sure your whole visit is within the limit. Visits to Schengen countries within the previous 180 days before you travel would count towards the 90-day limit

Non-UK passport holders: please consult your embassy or consulate in your home country for the latest advice on visas and entry requirements.

Kilimanjaro Climb

Couldn't have asked for more, always felt like I was the only customer such was the personal service.

Simon