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Iceland, Norway & Sweden Aurora Bonanza

Break Available: December - March
10 Nights
Departures: Monday or Thursday

Price Per Person: From £3,945 (Inc Flights)

This stunning break combines Iceland, Sweden & Norway in one Epic Aurora Journey.

Marvel over spectacular landscapes including dramatic volcanoes & lava fields, breath-taking fjords & islands, whilst experience exciting day time adventures including husky sledding and snowmobiling.

Finally there are many opportunities to see the magical Northern Lights!

At night you should expect many sightings of the Northern Lights, and the daytime is packed full of a range of different experiences so you really get to experience the best of 3 Northern Lights Destinations!

In Iceland you will stay in your own private wilderness designer cabin, whilst in Norway you will journey to comfortable 4* hotels.

Your final stop is the welcoming Abisko Mountain lodge in Sweden, located in the heart of one of the most famous locations on earth for aurora hunting!

Highlights

  • 3 nights in Abisko widely regarded as one of the best locations for northern lights hunting
  • 3 nights in Norway including Tromso and Narvik
  • 3 nights in your own PRIVATE wilderness designer cabin in Iceland in an area famed for Northern Lights, with stunning views of Eyjafjallajökull Volcano
  • 1 SuperJeep Adventure Volcano Tour
  • One 4WD Golden Circle Highlights tour to see Strokkur Geyser, Gullfoss Waterfall and area around Mount Helka
  • Northern Lights wake up call at the cabin
  • 1 private dinner cooked by the guide for you at the cabin
  • Sled dog and snowmobile safaris in Abisko
  • Aurora photo workshop in Abisko National Park
  • Evening at the Aurora Sky Station  in Abisko
  • 2 nights in Tromso – the Paris of the North
  • 1 night in the buzzy capital of Iceland, Reykjavik
  • Northern Lights Cruise in Tromso
  • Visit to the Polar Park in Norway
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Day 1
Fly to Reykjavik and self-drive to Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin

Day 1
Fly to Reykjavik and self-drive to Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin

On arrival in Reykjavik mid-afternoon your hire car will be waiting for you to self-drive to your PRIVATE cabin in South Iceland. For those who don’t wish to self-drive it is possible to upgrade to transfers (see optional extras below).

The new Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin is situated in a secluded rural area providing excellent opportunities to view the Northern Lights without any light interference at night. There are also wonderful views of the famous Eyjafjallajokull Volcano during the day.

The luxury cabin is yours exclusively providing the perfect setting for a very special trip.

Tonight your guide will come and cook for you on the bbq or serve you a 3 course meal. We have had wonderful feedback on his meals with the bbq lamb from his family farm being particularly liked. Afterwards he will retire and leave you to enjoy your first evening – hopefully with Northern Lights.

If you wish, the guide will call your mobile during the night to wake you up if the famous Aurora make an appearance.

Meals Included: Dinner (cooked by the guide)

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Transfers instead of Self-Drive to Cabin
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Transfers instead of Self-Drive to Cabin

For those of you who do not wish to self-drive it is possible to upgrade to transfers instead. However please note for those itineraries where the airline schedule allows some time for self exploration of of the South Coast this would not be included as the transfer would be direct.

Price per person: £185/£220 depending on flight time

Day 2
Golden Circle Highlights 4WD Guided Tour

Day 2
Golden Circle Highlights 4WD Guided Tour

After breakfast in the cabin your guide will take you on the Golden Circle Highlights 4WD Tour, which is a magnificent introduction for first timers in Iceland.

Experience the famed Strokur Geyser which erupts every 5 minutes; the magnificent Gullfoss Waterfall which can totally freeze in the winter, as well as the beautiful area of Pjorsardalur behind Mount Helka. This area is full of waterfalls, including Háifoss, Iceland’s tallest.

The maximum number of people will be 8, (though it is often 4), which is in sharp contrast to the bus companies that offer this trip. The guide will also time it so as to beat the bus trips so you can enjoy the sights in all their beauty and “at one” with nature.

Tonight you will cook for yourself and hopefully enjoy some Northern Lights. You will pre-choose your meal before you go so that your ingredients and recipe are waiting for you at the cabin.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner (Dinner Self Cooked)

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Northern Lights Hunt with Bonfire
  • Northern Lights on top of the Glacier
  • Upgrade to 3 course menu at Hotel Ranga
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Northern Lights Hunt with Bonfire

Hotel Ranga has an excellent reputation for Northern Lights Sightings due to its location in a rural area with a higher frequency of clear nights.

However we want to give you the very best chance possible so tonight you will be picked up for a 3 hour adventure to hunt out the Northern Lights with one of the local mountain guides.

In a specially adapted 4WD super jeep you will be taken inland off-road to the back of the famed Mount Helka to try and see if you can find the Northern Lights. This volcanic area is near Tindfjallajökul Glacier whose cooling effect creates clear skies critical for spotting the Northern Lights. This area also has very few artificial lights to spoil your viewing as many of the farms in the area were abandoned due to a previous volcanic eruption.

The beauty of this tour is that the guide will take you to the best area based on the forecast to see the Northern Lights and so give you the best chance of seeing them.

Stop for a warm up by a bonfire and a hot drink in a cave , or on the black volcanic beaches with a bonfire and a hot drink whilst your guide tells you about both the Northern Lights Phenomenon and some of the folklore and local superstitions!

Price per person: From £115

Aurora Borealis in Iceland
Aurora over black volcanic beaches in Iceland as seen on superjeep Aurora Hunt
Aurora Borealis over black beaches in Vik on SuperJeep tour in Iceland

Northern Lights on top of the Glacier

We are very excited with this new offer which we have worked up with our “local man” on the ground. Tonight he will take you up to 1600 M on top of the glacier on top of Eyjafjallajökull volcano in a SuperJeep to hunt the Northern Lights.

The glacier cools the air creating clear skies which is what you need for the Northern Lights giving you an excellent chance of seeing them ! Even if they don’t show you will have an incredible evening gazing at thousands of stars above you – crystal clear in the darkness. The snow reflects the moonlight and the tiny lights of the villages can be seen well below you.

This is a 4 hour trip as it will take you 90 mins each way as you climb in your superjeep up the steep volcano – an adventure in itself.

Price per person:  From £190

Northern Lights in Iceland
Aurora Borealis in Iceland
Northern lights as seen on super-jeep hunt ontop of the glacier in Iceland

Upgrade to 3 course menu at Hotel Ranga

For those of you would prefer not to cook there is the option to upgrade to a 3 course set menu at the famed Hotel Ranga. Hotel Ranga’s restaurant has an excellent reputation as one of the top gourmet restaurants in Iceland and many locals come down from Reykjavik just for dinner.

Upgrade Price per person: From £70 

Day 3
Choice of Guided SuperJeep Adventure Tours

Day 3
Choice of Guided SuperJeep Adventure Tours

After breakfast adventure out into the unique landscapes of South Iceland – probably the most dramatic Geography field trip you will ever experience!

We work only with local guides who are not only passionate about their country and want to share their insights with you, but who are also trained as part of the mountain rescue team. They will have fascinating stories to share about the volcanic eruption that occurred in 2010.

We continually receive fabulous feedback on this day from satisfied clients who enjoy this personalised, relaxed guided day from enthusiastic local guides who are keen you have an extra special experience.

SuperJeeps take up to 8 people but the norm is for 4 people. Note this is in sharp contrast to the coach tours that are available through other companies, and which also cannot access most of the area that we take you to. This is serious off-roading!

Choose between the following adventures:

EITHER

Eyjafjallajökull’s Volcano Tour This tour will take you as close as is possible to the new large crater in Eyjafjallajökull volcano from the 2010 eruption and to places where no hire car can go. We drive up the slopes of the glacier in a highly equipped SuperJeep and on our way take in the astonishing view over the whole South coast of Iceland with it’s glaciers, and back across the Atlantic including the Westman-Islands.

This tour gives you the perfect glacier experience; an exciting Super Jeep drive in the snow, walk on the glacier and the magnificent view over the south. This is real adventure!

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Þórsmörk Valley Tour Your guide will take you up between the three glaciers; Myrdalsjokull, Eyjafjallojokull and Tindfjallojokull. In your specially adapted SuperJeep you will have the thrilling drive of fjording glacial rivers and driving across the floodplain to see the lasting effects and landscape changes following Eyjafjallajökull’s 2010 eruption.

You will be surrounded by an imposing mountain ridge and see spectacular landscapes. Stop at the stunning Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, which you can walk behind and be mesmerised looking back through the falling water. If you wanted to see the “Raw Iceland” this is hard to beat!

Tonight you will cook for yourself and hopefully enjoy a final evening of Northern Lights. You will pre-choose your meal before you go so that your ingredients and recipe are waiting for you at the cabin.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner (Dinner Self Cooked)

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Upgrade to 3 course meal at Hotel Anna
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Upgrade to 3 course meal at Hotel Anna

For those who would prefer to not cook and go out instead there is the option to upgrade to taking a 3 course meal at Hotel Anna. This local country retreat has a wonderful friendly atmosphere and serves superb home cooked country food. The menu is based on regional traditions and seasonal ingredients are sourced from local farmers and fishermen.

Upgraded Price per person : From £60

Day 4
Blue Lagoon, Self-drive to Reykjavik

Day 4
Blue Lagoon, Self-drive to Reykjavik

This morning after breakfast you will self-drive to the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland’s most famous sites where the geothermal waters are particularly good for your skin.

Here you can bathe in the warm bright blue waters, put Silica mud on your face or try out the Sauna and Steam rooms which are carved into the lava.

You can easily while away a couple of hours and there is also a choice of restaurants with lovely views of the Lagoon. We would also recommend the in-water massage treatments which are just heavenly!

Afterwards self-drive into central Reykjavik, with time at leisure to enjoy Reykjavik. For ideas of things to do in Reykjavik. Overnight in Reykjavik.

Meals Included: Breakfast

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Visit The Secret Ice Cave – South Iceland
  • Glacier Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull – South Iceland
  • Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier
  • Riding in Icelandic Countryside
  • Northern Lights by Boat
  • Mini City Break in Oslo
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Visit The Secret Ice Cave – South Iceland

Self drive to Vik in south Iceland (@ 1 1/4hr). From there we will pick up you and drive our heavily modified Super Jeep on a very old track that only Super Jeeps can cross. The drive to the ice cave is about 30 minutes long with a gorgeous view out the window.

The ice cave, known as ‘The Secret Ice Cave’, and the glacier itself, present you with black, white, and blue ice that is over 800 years old! Inside the cave there are high walls of ice that have been sculpted by glacial water throughout the centuries. Water drips all around and the air is cold and fresh. Helmets (and Crampons if conditions require) are supplied. The beauty of this cave it is not visited by hundreds of people unlike some of the others which means they don’t have the magical atmosphere of this secret ice cave.

This tour takes about 3 hours with a morning and afternoon departure.

There are plenty of things to see on the way and back to Vik to make this a full day. The Black Beaches and dramatic rock formations of Reynisdrangar with its famous archway. The dramatic and thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland at 60M and certainly worth a few photos! The Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre which has a 20 minute film depicting the personal experience of a farmer of the dramatic 2010 eruption. The brand new Lava Centre. They have an interactive exhibition about the volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes and this already has very good reviews and is a fascinating hour.

Price Per Person: From £155

Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland
Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland
Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland
Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland
Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland
South Iceland Blizzard

Glacier Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull – South Iceland

Self drive to join the small group visiting the magnificent frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull and hike on the glacier. Explore the crevasse riddled outlet glacier with its amazing ice formations, sinkholes and jagged ridges.

You will be on the ice 1 ½ – 2 hrs and the pace is leisurely with plenty of stops to talk about the formation of Glaciers and Global warming etc. The Glacier is a 20 min walk from the starting point.

We will provide all the tools you need: crampons and safety lines but you must wear Hiking Boots for the Crampons to fit onto.

Price Per Person: From £85

Glacial hiking in Iceland on the frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull
Hiking on the glacier, Iceland
Glacial hiking group in Iceland

Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier

You will be picked up and taken to the Snowmobile Meeting Point. Here you will transfer to a Super Jeep to go on rough tracks up to the Snowline of the Eyjafjallajökull glacier to take an exhilarating 1 hour’s snowmobile ride with superb views back down to the Atlantic Coast.

While the south is certainly spectacular from “below” nothing beats experiencing it from “above”! Snowmobiling on top of Eyjafjallajökull glacier is an extraordinary experience. This snowmobile tour is the perfect length of time for first-time riders and individuals looking for a scenic, fun ride, exploring and experiencing the wilderness, the glacier and the breathtaking views over South Iceland in good weather.

After a short safety briefing you will be dressed in the warm arctic thermals and helmet that are provided– but please wear very warm socks and hiking boots.  You will snowmobile for about an hour on a shared snowmobile, but don’t worry there will be time to swop so you both get the chance to drive (2 people per Snowmobile).

Price Per Person: From £180

Snowmobiling on Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland
Snowmobiling in Iceland
Snowmobiling on Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland

Riding in Icelandic Countryside

A purebreed descendant of its Viking ancestors from the 9th century, the Icelandic horse is a product of isolation and a thousand years of breeding for good riding qualities, resulting in a gentle, friendly disposition and calm manner that make them a delight for anyone to ride. Whilst small in size they are hardy animals that have an unusual gait called a tolt. As fast as a trot but it is much smoother- indeed there are competitions where people hold full glasses of unspilt beer as they ride the tolt!

You have a choice of a 1hr or 2 hr ride by Irafoss Waterfall, or a 3hr ride which takes you up steep tracks towards the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano. Here you will be able to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the glacier behind you and in front of you the Atlantic Ocean in all its glory.

Finally there is the option to take a 2 hour ride through farmland , followed by a choice of a Jacuzzi or Sauna and a light lunch.

Price Per Person: From £75 to £245 (Dependent on tour taken)

Icelandic horses crossing the river
Horse riding in the snow in Iceland
Iceland Horses

Northern Lights by Boat

Hunting the northern lights from the ocean is an amazing experience. Sail away from the coastline of Reykjavik and see the Aurora Borealis out on the North Atlantic ocean with beautiful mountains and the city lights in the background.

This 2-3 hour Northern Lights cruise includes warm overalls to wear, heated seating areas inside, expert guide on board to explain the Northern Lights.

Price per person: From £80 

Spiral northern lights seen from the boat out of Reykjavik in Iceland
Northern Lights from boat in Iceland
Northern Lights over snow covered landscape from boat in Iceland

Mini City Break in Oslo

This is a 2 night extension to your holiday staying at the Thon Hotel Opera in Oslo Norway’s capital city. The hotel is well located near the city centre and transport links.

Both the Norwegian Parliament and the Royal Palace are in Oslo, the latter being situated at the end of Karl Johan Street Oslo’s main street.

The city limits encompass wilderness areas as well as an array of restaurants and nightlife as such. In winter, the city has an artificial skating rink nearby the National Theatre and the University.

Oslo’s City Hall is located in the city centre only a few hundred metres from the city’s main street and overlooks the Oslo Fjord.

The Aker Brygge pier with all its restaurants and shopping is in close vicinity of Oslo City Hall.  You can also catch the ferry to the main islands in the Oslo Fjord. Oslo abounds with sights of interest, and most of these sights are within walking distance of each other.

Norway’s maritime history is represented by 3 unique museums, The Viking Ship Museum, The Fram Polar explorer museum and the Kon Tiki Museum.

For those interested in culture and art there is the Akershus Fortress, The Munch museum or the Norwegian Museum of cultural history

Cost: £250 per person to include private airport transfers and 2 nights bed and breakfast in the Thon Hotel Opera

OperaHouse Oslo - copyright dedrick Stenersen
Sculpture on the quayside, Oslo
Snowy streets in Oslo Copyright Deichmann

Day 5
Fly to Tromso. Overnight

Day 5
Fly to Tromso. Overnight

Self-drive to the airport for your flight via Oslo to Tromso in Northern Norway. Tomso is commonly referred to as the Paris of the North.

On arrival catch the flybus transfer to your hotel, the perfectly located Scandic Ishavshotel, your base for tonight.

Settle in and explore the local area and either choose to eat at the hotel or one of the excellent local restaurants around the quayside.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Day 6
Explore Tromso. Evening Northern Lights Fjord Cruise

Day 6
Explore Tromso. Evening Northern Lights Fjord Cruise

Tromso is picturesquely situated between the sea and the Fjord lands behind. There are a number of sites worth seeing and we include entry to one of these in your trip.

Tromsø has long been an important base for many polar expeditions and the Polar Museum exhibits and presents this polar seafaring tradition. At the museum you will meet men, women, ships and equipment that were essential for life on the sea and in the Arctic.

Take time out to have some lunch on the quayside before visiting the impressive Arctic Cathedral and the Mack Brewery, the most northerly brewery in the world! There is a fine collection of beers on tap and an interesting heritage to discover.

Tonight experience an amazing Northern Lights activity with a sea based northern lights hunt in a luxury Catamaran. Set sail from the jetty outside your hotel into the fjords around Tromso in search of the northern Lights. The thrill of being in the Arctic Sea with the panoramic views of Tromsø and the surrounding islands, mountains and fjords offers one of the best locations to witness the Northern Lights. There is also the reflections which for the avid photographer adds another dimension!

Meals included: Breakfast

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Day 7
Bus Transfer to Narvik with the Polar Park. Sami Northern Lights Hunt in Mountains

Day 7
Bus Transfer to Narvik with the Polar Park. Sami Northern Lights Hunt in Mountains

After breakfast catch the morning Bus to Narvik. This bus breaks its journey at the only Polar Wildlife Park in Lapland. Arrive at the Polar Park late morning. Spend 2 hours at the park. Besides having a complete range of arctic animals from Moose to Lynx, Brown Bears to Musk – the most famous and thrilling experiences is getting up close to the resident pack of wolves! Some fantastic photo opportunities await.

The bus will drop you at the perfectly located Grand Hotel in Narvik. Check in and at leisure. You have entrance to the newly built Peace Museum included. This state of the art facility offers a glimpse of what life looked like in these majestic Fjords during the Second World War Nazi occupation.

After dinner join your local sami guide, who will kit you up in Arctic Clothing before the evening search for the northern lights  in one of the best places close to his Lavvu ( tepee) in the Beisfjord mountains. There is no artificial light, only an amazing mountain landscape which gives a dramatic effect to your Aurora Borealis pictures.

Enjoy a comfortable sleigh ride pulled by a snowmobile that takes you high up into the mountains through an exciting landscape filled with contrasts. Lie outside on reindeer pelts while watching the starry sky waiting for the Northern Lights. You might see a shooting star but you will feel and experience the total silence that only pure arctic nature can offer.

The Polar Night in the Arctic area is magical in its own way but the Northern Lights can be unpredictable.  The bonfire will be lit, stories shared and coffee and a snacks will be available. If the aurora appear then they will leave an unforgettable impression framed against the mountain peaks.

Meals included: Breakfast

 

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Day 8
Transfer to Abisko in Sweden - Lappish Meal and Evening at leisure

Day 8
Transfer to Abisko in Sweden - Lappish Meal and Evening at leisure

After breakfast at leisure until your transfer to Abisko. This will either be by train or mini bus.

When you arrive check into Abisko Mountain lodge.

Mina and Dick Johansson, your hosts, run a really friendly and warming Lodge. This evening enjoy the excellent cuisine at Mountain Lodge as you partake in their traditional Lappish menu which includes Reindeer, Arctic Char and Cloudberries – 3 of the unique ingredients to the area. The only thing that can interrupt your evening is the Aurora Call.

Abisko Mountain Lodge is in a fantastic location for Northern Lights viewing so if they are visible you may be tempted to step out the door and gaze skywards! There is also the opportunity to wander out for a night walk in one of the best locations on earth for Aurora watching. Why is Abisko such a great Northern Lights Destination

Meals Included: Breakfast  and Dinner

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Upgrade to Abisko Mountain Lodge Superior Room
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Upgrade to Abisko Mountain Lodge Superior Room

2015 saw the addition of 4 superior rooms at the Lodge. Housed in a separate annexe across the courtyard these rooms add additional comfort and space. All are en suite and are for exclusive use by our clients.

This is a highly recommended upgrade for the marginal increase in cost

Cost: £48 per person per night subject to availability

Superior room At Abisko Mountain lodge
Superior room Abisko Mountain LODGE
Northern Lights above Abisko Mountain Lodge

Day 9
Husky Sled Experience Abisko National Park. Night Visit to the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko

Day 9
Husky Sled Experience Abisko National Park. Night Visit to the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko

Abisko National Park is one of the most scenic locations in Sweden and today offers you the opportunity to be driven ‘ Alaskan Trapper’ style by your Musher through this pristine environment. As the dogs joyously pull you through fresh snow trails enjoy the contrasting beauty of Lake Tornetrask on one side, which totally freezes in winter, and the mountains shielding the National Park on the other. A truly spectacular way to spend a few hours!

Lunch will be enjoyed back at the Lodge.

This evening after dinner at the Lodge take the spectacular 20 minute chairlift ride up Mount Nuolja to the Aurora Sky Station. From this vantage point you have one of the best locations on earth for viewing the Northern Lights. If the Aurora are out and lighting up the sky you will no doubt be outside gazing heavenwards in awe of this dazzling phenomenon. Transfer back to your hotel at around midnight.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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  • Night Visit or Exclusive Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko
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Night Visit or Exclusive Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko

This evening why not visit the celebrated Aurora Sky Station in Abisko for either a Night Visit or if celebrating a special occasion the Exclusive Dinner.

Night Visit

After dinner at the lodge transfer by minibus to the sky station at around 8.30. Venture up on the chairlift for a 3 hour visit. Facing north and with a spectacular elevation the auroras are spectacular from here if they are out and playing for the evening.

Cost: £85 per person

Includes: Transfer, chairlift

 

Exclusive Dinner

Rather than having dinner at the Lodge experience the gourmet dinner at the iconic Aurora Sky Station, allowing you an extra 3 hours in the Sky Station.

Take the chairlift up Mount Nuolja to the observatory which offers visitors a panoramic view over Lapporten, the Abisko Alps and Tornetrask. Enjoy a delicious three course meal at the sky station prepared using the best local ingredients.

Your chances of seeing the aurora are good. Abisko is blessed with many long, dark nights. In addition, there is minimal artificial light. Abisko is situated 250km north of the Arctic Circle and has the most cloud-free sky in Sweden.

Price Per Person: £170 per person
Timing: 6pm – Midnight
Includes: Transfers, chairlift pass & exclusive 4 course dinner

Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko
Aurora sky station abisko beneath northern lights
Amazing dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko

Day 10
Snowmobile Safari in Abisko. Fabulous Aurora Photography Evening

Day 10
Snowmobile Safari in Abisko. Fabulous Aurora Photography Evening

After breakfast, Peter your Snowmobile guide, will meet you at the Lodge and take you out for a 2 hour exploration of Abisko National Park.

As Abisko National Park surrounds Abisko Mountain Lodge you don’t have to go far to get some awe inspiring views of the frozen Lake Tornetrask and the unique glacial formation of Laporten, which rises like a beacon out of the white desert! There are fewer more picturesque places to snowmobile in Swedish Lapland. Return for lunch at the Lodge and an afternoon of relaxation.

This evening enjoy the fine menu at Abisko Mountain Lodge prior to joining the “Lights Over Lapland” team for their exclusive Northern Lights Photo Tour designed for Weekend a la Carte guests staying at Abisko Mountain Lodge. This gives you fantastic opportunities to see and photograph the Aurora Borealis in the wilderness of Abisko National Park.

A snowmobile transfer will take you to our exclusive location with commanding views over the mountains and the lake, both of which provide wonderful backdrops for aurora photos! You will have 2 guides, one to instruct you and the other to look after you and make drinks etc. We have a yurt set up with a fire so you can warm up if necessary. You will be supplied with cameras preset for Aurora photography and spend the evening in Abisko National Park. Whether you are a Pro or never taken a picture in your life, you have a great chance of going home after your Northern Lights holiday with some beautiful Aurora photographs and memories that will last a lifetime!

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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Day 11
Visit The Original ICEHOTEL. Airport Transfer & Flight Home

Day 11
Visit The Original ICEHOTEL. Airport Transfer & Flight Home

After breakfast and prior to dropping you at the airport, visit the world famous and original ICEHOTEL. Its Art Suites are works of art and additionally there is the Icebar, Chapel and the excellent shop to visit. If you fancy staying a night and experiencing this unique hotel then we can arrange this.

Your driver will drop you at the airport after your visit and you will fly home via Stockholm. Stockholm has many attractions and is affectionately called the capital of Scandinavia. We offer a super 2 night extension to your holiday with a stay at the Rival Hotel owned by Benny Anderson of ABBA fame.

Meals Included: Breakfast

If this is not exactly what you are looking for please call us on 01722 744695 so we can tailor-make a break for you. Alternatively take a look at our other Northern Lights multi-destination breaks which may fit the bill better for you.

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  • Extension to See Stockholm Scandinavia's Capital City
  • Night in World Famous Ice Hotel
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Extension to See Stockholm Scandinavia's Capital City

Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and always rates in the top 10 most desirable cities in the world to live in. It is also the perfect contrast to a break in the arctic.

The old town in Stockholm is very picturesque and compact and can be done in a full day. Your time will be spent exploring some fascinating landmarks. The VASA museum is world class, the Nobel museum of local interest and for ABBA fans; new in 2013 is the ABBA interactive museum.

Also in December Stockholm has many Christmas markets so a break can allow you to do some shopping and get into the Christmas spirit.

You will stay in the Rival Hotel owned by Benny Anderson of Abba fame. The hotel is an excellent 4* hotel in a quiet square but within walking distance of the old town.

Cost From:

£230 per person for Standard room (weekend rate).

£278 per person for Superior room  (weekend rate)

£332 per person for Deluxe Room (weekend rate)

Includes  2 nights in standard double room – bed and breakfast, private airport transfers to and from Arlanda airport

Stockholm, Sweden
Harbour area, Stockholm, Sweden
Hotel Rival Stockholm Sweden

Night in World Famous Ice Hotel

Swedish Lapland is home to the original and most dramatic ICEHOTEL. Now in its 30th edition.

The hotel has two editions:

Permanent ICEHOTEL 365.  (open all year)

This revolutionary design has allowed visitors from around the world to experience the ICEHOTEL all year round. Through a unique cooling system the designers have built all the features of the original icehotel into this amazing structure. Art suites and deluxe art suites are housed in 365

Temporary ICEHOTEL  (open Mid December – End March)

This hotel is rebuilt from blocks of ice harvested from the Torne river. As the temperature in Jukkasjärvi drops below zero Ice Artists arrive from the world over to build this magnificent creation. They build the 4 levels of rooms, the ice chapel and ice bar. Their art is created with imagination and hard work, only to melt away under the unforgiving rays of the sun come spring.

We offer all categories of room from cabins to  Art Suites and the new en suite deluxe art suites in ICEHOTEL 365.

We will make a reservation in the restaurant for you so you can experience some of the region’s best cuisine  (a la carte menu paid for locally)

From £120 per person bed and breakfast  (Kamoos room or cabin) to £480 per person  (deluxe art suite) depending on room choice and season of travel. This includes arctic clothing in winter and transfers to the airport at the end of your stay.

Feature Art Suite at Ice Hotel Sweden
IceHotel doorway, Sweden
Art Suite at the ICEHOTEL Sweden
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Where You'll Stay

Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin

Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Icelandic Cabin
Dining area of the Wilderness Cabin, Iceland
Dining area of Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin in Iceland
Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin, Iceland

Eyjafjallajokull Wilderness Cabin

This bright and airy brand new designer cabin built in 2011 is available for your exclusive use and is set alone in the countryside with a clear view to Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, famed for erupting in 2010. The area is known for excellent Northern Lights viewing.

What makes this place unique is the outdoor scenery and the open view in all directions. The house is designed to capture this, with big windows, minimalistic architecture and a lot of daylight. It really is a special place and the isolation and lack of external lighting makes it a great place for Northern Lights viewing. Your hosts are nearby to cook dinner for you.

There are 4 bedrooms, 3 doubles (or 1 double and 2 twins) and 1 single so the cabin can take up to 7 people, though we guarantee it is exclusively for you for bookings from 2 people upwards. There is Wi-Fi and mobile connection, iPod Docking Station, TV with very limited Channels (probably in Icelandic) and DVD Player (DVDS not supplied).

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Saeli Icelandic Cabin

Saeli Icelandic Cabin in Iceland
Saeli Icelandic Cabin in Iceland
Saeli Icelandic Cabin in Iceland
Saeli Icelandic Cottage in Iceland

Saeli Icelandic Cabin

This small cosy log cabin is well located with wonderful mountain views to the north, and the famed Eyjafjallajökull Volcano that erupted in 2010, and is in a great place to see the Northern Lights.

It is perfect for a family or two couples with a separate living/eating area and two main bedrooms and an attic bedroom which kids will love. There are two separate bathrooms, one with a shower and one with a bath.

This has been refurbished very recently and is a wonderful place to relax and look out for the Northern Lights, after the excitement of the day adventure SuperJeep tours. A brand new hot tub has just been added outside which comfortably fits 6 people. What a wonderful place to be if the Northern Lights are out!

There is Wi-Fi and mobile signal, TV with very limited channels (probably in Icelandic). The beds are set up as a double in one room, a double with a combined single bunk bed above and then the attic has a mattress on the floor. We would therefore suggest it is perfect for 4 adults and 2 children.

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Hotel Reykjavik Centrum

Hotel Reykjavik Centrum in Reykjavik Iceland
Hotel Reykjavik Centrum Standard Double room
Double deluxe room in Hotel Reykjavik Centrum, Iceland
Hotel Reykjavik Centrum, Iceland

Hotel Reykjavik Centrum

Hotel Reykjavik Centrum is a relatively new hotel in the heart of the city, opened on April 1st 2005. It is located on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, Adalstraeti, right in the heart of Reykjavik in a newly renovated building, the oldest part of which was built in 1764.

The hotel has 89 rooms, each fitted with modern amenities, such as satellite TV, telephone, Internet access, mini-bar, radio, iron and board, hair dryer, safe and tea & coffee set. All rooms have ensuite bathroom with either a shower or a bath.

During its construction, the remains of a Viking longhouse from the Settlement Period were found. Among the finds excavated at the site were Iceland’s oldest human remains, dating from approximately 870 AD.

 

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Clarion Edge Tromso

Clarion Edge Tromso View
Kitchen and table restaurant at Clarion Edge Hotel
Clarion Edge Hotel Tromso
Clarion Edge hotel bedroom

Clarion Edge Tromso

The Clarion Hotel The Edge is a luxurious 4-star property conveniently located near the centre of Tromso. Featuring a sky bar and rooftop terrace on the 11th-floor, this central Tromsø hotel is located at the harbour, overlooking Tromsø Sound and the Arctic Cathedral.

Local tourist attractions such as Art Museum of Northern Norway, Tromso Cathedral (Tromso Domkirke) and City Centre Tromso are not far from the hotel. Also easily within reach are Mack Brewery, Polar Museum and Polaria

Contemporary furnishings are featured in all rooms as well as a large flat-screen TV and desk. The bathrooms include a shower and hairdryer.

Kitchen & Table by Marcus Samuelsson restaurant serves New York-style dishes made from local ingredients.  There is also a fitness centre for guests to use.

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Scandic Hotel Narvik

Outside of Scandic Hotel Narvik
Scandic Hotel Narvik
Roof bar at Scandic Hotel Narvik
The lounge at the Scandic Hotel Narvik

Scandic Hotel Narvik

Scandic Narvik is the city's most modern hotel and one of the tallest buildings in northern Norway. It features an exciting exterior of sloping glass supported by two towers and is surrounded by spectacular nature with fjords and mountains.

The sky bar, Totta, on the 16th floor has a panoramic view over Narvik and Ofotfjorden  alog with the Tind restaurant, which is one of the top restaurants in Narvik and serves breakfast and dinner menus. If the northern lights are out this is a fabulous location to see them from.

The hotel has a modern interior with spacious en-suite rooms and is very conveniently located for our clients catching the bus to Tromso.

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Abisko Mountain Lodge

Northern Lights above Abisko Mountain Lodge
Lounge area at Abisko Mountain Lodge
Superior room At Abisko Mountain lodge
Typical room at Abisko Mountain Lodge

Abisko Mountain Lodge

Right in the small hamlet of Abisko, world renowned for the Northern Lights, lies a small welcoming Lodge run by our good friends Mina and Dick Johansson. Dick is one of the most qualified mountain guides in Sweden and looks after all the adventure whilst Mina can be described as a Skier, Creative CEO and ray of sunshine who lights up the Lodge.

Abisko Mountain Lodge offers genuine accommodation in an old-fashioned mountain hotel setting. The service is personal and the cuisine is centred on raw ingredients. It is accredited by the Sapmi Slow Food movement, an award which took 4 years to achieve. Chefs are dedicated slow-food addicts and produce wonderful nightly meals!

The 16 standard rooms in the low red 'Swedish style house' are all en-suite. Although basic they are warm and cosy. There are no televisions in the rooms as time is spent meeting guests around the bar or in the wonderful lounge area.

Additionally there are 4 new superior rooms added in early 2015. These four rooms are in a separate annexe and are used exclusively by Aurora nights.

Order a coffee or a glass of wine at the bar, read a magazine or spin a yarn about your arctic adventures and the magnificent aurora displays you have seen.

For those wanting to soothe the muscles there is a sauna.

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Optional Extras
Transfers instead of Self-Drive to Cabin

For those of you who do not wish to self-drive it is possible to upgrade to transfers instead. However please note for those itineraries where the airline schedule allows some time for self exploration of of the South Coast this would not be included as the transfer would be direct.

Price per person: £185/£220 depending on flight time

Northern Lights Hunt with Bonfire
Aurora Borealis in Iceland

Hotel Ranga has an excellent reputation for Northern Lights Sightings due to its location in a rural area with a higher frequency of clear nights.

However we want to give you the very best chance possible so tonight you will be picked up for a 3 hour adventure to hunt out the Northern Lights with one of the local mountain guides.

In a specially adapted 4WD super jeep you will be taken inland off-road to the back of the famed Mount Helka to try and see if you can find the Northern Lights. This volcanic area is near Tindfjallajökul Glacier whose cooling effect creates clear skies critical for spotting the Northern Lights. This area also has very few artificial lights to spoil your viewing as many of the farms in the area were abandoned due to a previous volcanic eruption.

The beauty of this tour is that the guide will take you to the best area based on the forecast to see the Northern Lights and so give you the best chance of seeing them.

Stop for a warm up by a bonfire and a hot drink in a cave , or on the black volcanic beaches with a bonfire and a hot drink whilst your guide tells you about both the Northern Lights Phenomenon and some of the folklore and local superstitions!

Price per person: From £115

Northern Lights on top of the Glacier
Northern Lights in Iceland

We are very excited with this new offer which we have worked up with our “local man” on the ground. Tonight he will take you up to 1600 M on top of the glacier on top of Eyjafjallajökull volcano in a SuperJeep to hunt the Northern Lights.

The glacier cools the air creating clear skies which is what you need for the Northern Lights giving you an excellent chance of seeing them ! Even if they don’t show you will have an incredible evening gazing at thousands of stars above you – crystal clear in the darkness. The snow reflects the moonlight and the tiny lights of the villages can be seen well below you.

This is a 4 hour trip as it will take you 90 mins each way as you climb in your superjeep up the steep volcano – an adventure in itself.

Price per person:  From £190

Upgrade to 3 course menu at Hotel Ranga

For those of you would prefer not to cook there is the option to upgrade to a 3 course set menu at the famed Hotel Ranga. Hotel Ranga’s restaurant has an excellent reputation as one of the top gourmet restaurants in Iceland and many locals come down from Reykjavik just for dinner.

Upgrade Price per person: From £70 

Upgrade to 3 course meal at Hotel Anna

For those who would prefer to not cook and go out instead there is the option to upgrade to taking a 3 course meal at Hotel Anna. This local country retreat has a wonderful friendly atmosphere and serves superb home cooked country food. The menu is based on regional traditions and seasonal ingredients are sourced from local farmers and fishermen.

Upgraded Price per person : From £60

Visit The Secret Ice Cave – South Iceland
Secret Ice Cave in South Iceland

Self drive to Vik in south Iceland (@ 1 1/4hr). From there we will pick up you and drive our heavily modified Super Jeep on a very old track that only Super Jeeps can cross. The drive to the ice cave is about 30 minutes long with a gorgeous view out the window.

The ice cave, known as ‘The Secret Ice Cave’, and the glacier itself, present you with black, white, and blue ice that is over 800 years old! Inside the cave there are high walls of ice that have been sculpted by glacial water throughout the centuries. Water drips all around and the air is cold and fresh. Helmets (and Crampons if conditions require) are supplied. The beauty of this cave it is not visited by hundreds of people unlike some of the others which means they don’t have the magical atmosphere of this secret ice cave.

This tour takes about 3 hours with a morning and afternoon departure.

There are plenty of things to see on the way and back to Vik to make this a full day. The Black Beaches and dramatic rock formations of Reynisdrangar with its famous archway. The dramatic and thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland at 60M and certainly worth a few photos! The Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre which has a 20 minute film depicting the personal experience of a farmer of the dramatic 2010 eruption. The brand new Lava Centre. They have an interactive exhibition about the volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes and this already has very good reviews and is a fascinating hour.

Price Per Person: From £155

Glacier Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull – South Iceland
Glacial hiking in Iceland on the frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull

Self drive to join the small group visiting the magnificent frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull and hike on the glacier. Explore the crevasse riddled outlet glacier with its amazing ice formations, sinkholes and jagged ridges.

You will be on the ice 1 ½ – 2 hrs and the pace is leisurely with plenty of stops to talk about the formation of Glaciers and Global warming etc. The Glacier is a 20 min walk from the starting point.

We will provide all the tools you need: crampons and safety lines but you must wear Hiking Boots for the Crampons to fit onto.

Price Per Person: From £85

Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier
Snowmobiling on Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland

You will be picked up and taken to the Snowmobile Meeting Point. Here you will transfer to a Super Jeep to go on rough tracks up to the Snowline of the Eyjafjallajökull glacier to take an exhilarating 1 hour’s snowmobile ride with superb views back down to the Atlantic Coast.

While the south is certainly spectacular from “below” nothing beats experiencing it from “above”! Snowmobiling on top of Eyjafjallajökull glacier is an extraordinary experience. This snowmobile tour is the perfect length of time for first-time riders and individuals looking for a scenic, fun ride, exploring and experiencing the wilderness, the glacier and the breathtaking views over South Iceland in good weather.

After a short safety briefing you will be dressed in the warm arctic thermals and helmet that are provided– but please wear very warm socks and hiking boots.  You will snowmobile for about an hour on a shared snowmobile, but don’t worry there will be time to swop so you both get the chance to drive (2 people per Snowmobile).

Price Per Person: From £180

Riding in Icelandic Countryside
Icelandic horses crossing the river

A purebreed descendant of its Viking ancestors from the 9th century, the Icelandic horse is a product of isolation and a thousand years of breeding for good riding qualities, resulting in a gentle, friendly disposition and calm manner that make them a delight for anyone to ride. Whilst small in size they are hardy animals that have an unusual gait called a tolt. As fast as a trot but it is much smoother- indeed there are competitions where people hold full glasses of unspilt beer as they ride the tolt!

You have a choice of a 1hr or 2 hr ride by Irafoss Waterfall, or a 3hr ride which takes you up steep tracks towards the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano. Here you will be able to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the glacier behind you and in front of you the Atlantic Ocean in all its glory.

Finally there is the option to take a 2 hour ride through farmland , followed by a choice of a Jacuzzi or Sauna and a light lunch.

Price Per Person: From £75 to £245 (Dependent on tour taken)

Northern Lights by Boat
Spiral northern lights seen from the boat out of Reykjavik in Iceland

Hunting the northern lights from the ocean is an amazing experience. Sail away from the coastline of Reykjavik and see the Aurora Borealis out on the North Atlantic ocean with beautiful mountains and the city lights in the background.

This 2-3 hour Northern Lights cruise includes warm overalls to wear, heated seating areas inside, expert guide on board to explain the Northern Lights.

Price per person: From £80 

Mini City Break in Oslo
OperaHouse Oslo - copyright dedrick Stenersen

This is a 2 night extension to your holiday staying at the Thon Hotel Opera in Oslo Norway’s capital city. The hotel is well located near the city centre and transport links.

Both the Norwegian Parliament and the Royal Palace are in Oslo, the latter being situated at the end of Karl Johan Street Oslo’s main street.

The city limits encompass wilderness areas as well as an array of restaurants and nightlife as such. In winter, the city has an artificial skating rink nearby the National Theatre and the University.

Oslo’s City Hall is located in the city centre only a few hundred metres from the city’s main street and overlooks the Oslo Fjord.

The Aker Brygge pier with all its restaurants and shopping is in close vicinity of Oslo City Hall.  You can also catch the ferry to the main islands in the Oslo Fjord. Oslo abounds with sights of interest, and most of these sights are within walking distance of each other.

Norway’s maritime history is represented by 3 unique museums, The Viking Ship Museum, The Fram Polar explorer museum and the Kon Tiki Museum.

For those interested in culture and art there is the Akershus Fortress, The Munch museum or the Norwegian Museum of cultural history

Cost: £250 per person to include private airport transfers and 2 nights bed and breakfast in the Thon Hotel Opera

Upgrade to Abisko Mountain Lodge Superior Room
Superior room At Abisko Mountain lodge

2015 saw the addition of 4 superior rooms at the Lodge. Housed in a separate annexe across the courtyard these rooms add additional comfort and space. All are en suite and are for exclusive use by our clients.

This is a highly recommended upgrade for the marginal increase in cost

Cost: £48 per person per night subject to availability

Night Visit or Exclusive Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko
Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko

This evening why not visit the celebrated Aurora Sky Station in Abisko for either a Night Visit or if celebrating a special occasion the Exclusive Dinner.

Night Visit

After dinner at the lodge transfer by minibus to the sky station at around 8.30. Venture up on the chairlift for a 3 hour visit. Facing north and with a spectacular elevation the auroras are spectacular from here if they are out and playing for the evening.

Cost: £85 per person

Includes: Transfer, chairlift

 

Exclusive Dinner

Rather than having dinner at the Lodge experience the gourmet dinner at the iconic Aurora Sky Station, allowing you an extra 3 hours in the Sky Station.

Take the chairlift up Mount Nuolja to the observatory which offers visitors a panoramic view over Lapporten, the Abisko Alps and Tornetrask. Enjoy a delicious three course meal at the sky station prepared using the best local ingredients.

Your chances of seeing the aurora are good. Abisko is blessed with many long, dark nights. In addition, there is minimal artificial light. Abisko is situated 250km north of the Arctic Circle and has the most cloud-free sky in Sweden.

Price Per Person: £170 per person
Timing: 6pm – Midnight
Includes: Transfers, chairlift pass & exclusive 4 course dinner

Extension to See Stockholm Scandinavia's Capital City
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and always rates in the top 10 most desirable cities in the world to live in. It is also the perfect contrast to a break in the arctic.

The old town in Stockholm is very picturesque and compact and can be done in a full day. Your time will be spent exploring some fascinating landmarks. The VASA museum is world class, the Nobel museum of local interest and for ABBA fans; new in 2013 is the ABBA interactive museum.

Also in December Stockholm has many Christmas markets so a break can allow you to do some shopping and get into the Christmas spirit.

You will stay in the Rival Hotel owned by Benny Anderson of Abba fame. The hotel is an excellent 4* hotel in a quiet square but within walking distance of the old town.

Cost From:

£230 per person for Standard room (weekend rate).

£278 per person for Superior room  (weekend rate)

£332 per person for Deluxe Room (weekend rate)

Includes  2 nights in standard double room – bed and breakfast, private airport transfers to and from Arlanda airport

Night in World Famous Ice Hotel
Feature Art Suite at Ice Hotel Sweden

Swedish Lapland is home to the original and most dramatic ICEHOTEL. Now in its 30th edition.

The hotel has two editions:

Permanent ICEHOTEL 365.  (open all year)

This revolutionary design has allowed visitors from around the world to experience the ICEHOTEL all year round. Through a unique cooling system the designers have built all the features of the original icehotel into this amazing structure. Art suites and deluxe art suites are housed in 365

Temporary ICEHOTEL  (open Mid December – End March)

This hotel is rebuilt from blocks of ice harvested from the Torne river. As the temperature in Jukkasjärvi drops below zero Ice Artists arrive from the world over to build this magnificent creation. They build the 4 levels of rooms, the ice chapel and ice bar. Their art is created with imagination and hard work, only to melt away under the unforgiving rays of the sun come spring.

We offer all categories of room from cabins to  Art Suites and the new en suite deluxe art suites in ICEHOTEL 365.

We will make a reservation in the restaurant for you so you can experience some of the region’s best cuisine  (a la carte menu paid for locally)

From £120 per person bed and breakfast  (Kamoos room or cabin) to £480 per person  (deluxe art suite) depending on room choice and season of travel. This includes arctic clothing in winter and transfers to the airport at the end of your stay.

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Reviews & Feedback

We saw the Northern Lights from the back door of the amazing wilderness cabin you booked for us - words cannot describe how wonderful it and in fact our whole trip from beginning to end was so well organised - we will definitely be booking more trips with you. Awesome company and service thank you! And yes our guide woke us in the night twice so we didn't miss this magical light show.

Jacqui

Absolutely fantastic! Weekend a la carte aurora nights thank you very much for a fantastic trip organized to perfection! All transfers, flight bookings, sightseeing trips, experiences with excellent guides, fantastic food. Kevin and the team, you are highly recommended and anyone planning this trip will not be left disappointed. AMAZING!

Rachel

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Price Per Person: From £3,945 (Inc Flights)
What's included & departure airports

What's Included?

  • All flights with one hold bag per person
  • 10 nights accommodation with breakfast
  • 6 Dinners and 2 Lunches
  • 1 SuperJeep Adventure Tour
  • Car Hire in Iceland with one named driver
  • 1 Golden Circle Highlights 4WD Tour
  • Sled dog and snowmobile safaris in Abisko
  • Aurora photo workshop in Abisko National Park
  • Evening at the Aurora Sky Station  in Abisko
  • Northern Lights Cruise in Tromso
  • Visit to the Polar Park in Norway
  • Visit to the original ICEHOTEL in Sweden
  • All transfers.
  • Arctic Clothing loan when required (Not required in Iceland)

Break Available

December – March

Departure Airports

  • Heathrow
  • Gatwick
  • Manchester
  • Chicago (Direct)
  • New York (Direct)
  • Washington (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)
  • Boston (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)
  • San Francisco (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik. Sat-Wed. 10 nights & overnight flight)
  • Minneapolis (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)
  • Seattle (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)
  • Denver  (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)
  • Washington  (Fly back via connection in Reykjavik)

For our American Clients we can link into your International flights, and we will book all of the ground arrangements and the internal flights in Sweden. We would recommend you use IcelandAir as when booking to Stockholm they include a stopover in Iceland as part of your international flights

Please Note: This Trip starts on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday

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