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Lapland's Coast to Coast Aurora Adventure

Break Available: January 2019 - March 2020
10 Nights

Price Per Person: From £3,595 (Inc Flights)

Starting in the coastal region of the Lulea Archipelago on Sweden’s east coast this journey concludes in the majestic Lofoten Islands, Norway’s scenic jewel.

This epic adventure is available in the Winter months of January to March  when conditions are perfect for the experiences included. We have carefully selected a range of daytime and northern lights activities so that each day brings something new.

One of the  features of this holiday is the range of inspiring scenery you will encounter. The frozen seas of the Lulea Archipelago, the mountains of Abisko and the majestic beauty of the Lofoten Islands will collectively etch a lasting image in the memory.

Additionally you would be one of only a few who could say they have been from one coast of Lapland to the other on a journey of great contrasts!

Highlights

  • 10 Night Wilderness Journey combining Sweden’s Lulea Archipelago with Norway’s Lofoten Islands
  • A selection of the best arctic experiences designed to provide the best the region has to offer including Sled dog and snowmobile safaris
  • Visit to Abisko, one of the worlds leading aurora hunting destinations
  • 10 Nights of chances to witness the Northern Lights including 2 flagship evenings at the sky stations in Abisko and Narvik
  • Hurtigruten boat trip through the Lofoten Islands
  • Wildlife Rib Boat safari into famous Trollfjord
  • Day trip exploring Lofoten Islands
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DAY 1
Fly to Lulea. Dinner, Sauna and outdoor Hot Tub

DAY 1
Fly to Lulea. Dinner, Sauna and outdoor Hot Tub

Fly to Lulea in Swedish Lapland. You will be met and transferred to Brändö where a welcome warming drink will be served around the open fire whilst you kit up with your arctic clothing . Brandon Lodge is on the edge of the Archipelago with unique access for incredible snowmobile trips on the frozen seas in the winter.

Start your northern lights holiday with, hopefully, a full horizon aurora over the frozen Bay of Bothnia. The Luleå Archipelago which has a total of 1300 islands and only 100 residents is a unique wilderness environment where the sea around the island freezes up to a metre thick in winter.

Enjoy a wholesome 2 course dinner prepared using local ingredients and then relax with a sauna and a session in the outdoor hot tub.

Meals Included: Dinner

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DAY 2
Amazing Snowmobile Journey on the frozen pack Ice

DAY 2
Amazing Snowmobile Journey on the frozen pack Ice

The reason why we only run this trip between January and March is to wait for the Archipelago to freeze so that you are able to do one of the best snowmobile trips in Lapland, a unique 4 hour adventure, on the frozen seas in the Luleå Archipelago! Along the way the guide will tell you about the surroundings and about life in the northern wilderness.

Your destination is the island of Brändöskär in the outermost archipelago, an idyllic fishing village dating from the 17th century. From here you can look out over the frozen Bothnian bay with its seemingly endless fields of pack ice and snow. Some years the blue ice piles up into formations about 10 metres high – a mighty experience! Make a lunch stop at Jopikgården on the island of Hindersön  before heading back to the lodge.

Return to the lodge and at leisure prior to dinner

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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DAY 3
Husky Safari. Option of Staying in Unique Tree Hotel

DAY 3
Husky Safari. Option of Staying in Unique Tree Hotel

After breakfast we offer you the thrilling experience of driving your own sled dog team for 2 hours in a secluded location with traditional arctic landscapes. For many people the experience of having the dogs pull you through fresh snow with the silence of the arctic around you is one of the lasting memories.

Return to the lodge and at leisure.

If you would like to stay in the unique Tree Hotel tonight then we can arrange a transfer and an overnight stay. You would then resume your journey with the train trip to Abisko after experiencing one of the most unusual places to stay in Lapland.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • A night in the Iconic Tree Hotel
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A night in the Iconic Tree Hotel

If you would like to stay a night in the Tree Hotel during your trip then rather than spending your last night at Brandon Lodge why not take a room in the trees!

The Treehotel comprises 7 unique themed Tree Rooms, created by 7 separate architects. These are the Mirrorcube, Bird’s Nest, Cabin, Blue Cone, dragon fly, UFO and 7th Room!

The rooms are set between 4-6 meters from the ground in pine trees and rooms are accessed by either a ramp or sturdy stairs. They can house between 2 and 4 people and the larger rooms, The Dragon Fly and the 7th Room have separate bedrooms and carry an extra supplement.

Every Tree Room has its own living and sleeping area and is equipped with a state of the art eco-friendly incineration toilet and water efficient hand basin, which means there is no artificial plumbing.

The emphasis is on running the hotel consistent with values of low impact on the surrounding forest and every aspect of the operation compliments this aim

Price: From £250 per person to include Dinner and Airport Transfer

Northern Lights over 7th Room TREE HOTEL lapland
The Tree Hotel
The Cabin at the Tree Hotel Sweden

DAY 4
Train trip to Abisko - The Aurora Capital. Traditional Lappish Dinner

DAY 4
Train trip to Abisko - The Aurora Capital. Traditional Lappish Dinner

A driver will take you to the train station to catch the train to Abisko on the other side of Swedish Lapland. This journey takes you through one of the last wilderness areas in Europe as you traverse the Arctic Circle.

The journey takes around 4 ½ hours with the train dropping you no more than 100 metres from Abisko Mountain Lodge.

This evening enjoy the fantastic 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 out you may be tempted to step out the door and gaze skywards.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Upgrade to Abisko Mountain Lodge Superior Room
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A la Carte Optional Extras

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 5
Explore Abisko National Park. Exclusive Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station

DAY 5
Explore Abisko National Park. Exclusive Dinner at the Aurora Sky Station

After breakfast the team at Abisko Mountain Lodge will suggest a couple of walking programmes you can enjoy by yourselves in the National Park.

Abisko is sandwiched between mountains and lakes and a day exploring on foot with a lunch stop at the tourist centre is a good way of discovering these beautiful arctic landscapes. The canyon is a great place to witness frozen waterfalls locked in winter’s embrace.

This evening  enjoy the Exclusive diner at the aurora sky station in Abisko, widely regarded as the best place in the world to see the Northern Lights.  Take the chairlift up Mount Nuolja to the observatory which offers visitors a panoramic view over Lapporten, the Abisko Alps and Tornetrask where you will enjoy the excellent 4 course dinner  in the restaurant.

During the winter nights when it is dark, depending on the correct weather conditions, it is possible to see the Northern Lights dancing in the sky around you from this fantastic vantage point.

The Aurora Sky Station has an exhibition about the Aurora Borealis, created by IRF, the Institute of Space Physics in Kiruna. Here you will learn more about the phenomenon before going out on the viewing deck to begin your night sky gazing.

Return to the lodge after midnight.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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DAY 6
Train to Historic Narvik. Evening Aurora Gondola Dinner

DAY 6
Train to Historic Narvik. Evening Aurora Gondola Dinner

Enjoy the Lodge breakfast before continuing your Northern Lights holiday by train to Norway! Take the train from the station near the Lodge and follow the famous iron ore railroad with beautiful mountain vistas, frozen waterfalls and stunning Arctic valleys.

Once you cross into Norway enjoy the magnificent views and try to take photos before continuing up and over Björnfjell – a stunning Norwegian mountain dotted with small grass roofed cottages. Meander down the mountain, where small birch trees give way to large evergreens and dramatic mountains fall steeply down into the Norwegian Fjord.

When you arrive there is a short walk to the Grand Royal Hotel. Check in and afternoon 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.

Tonight you will be picked up for a night of Northern Lights hunting and dinner. From Narvik town, you will be lifted up to the top of Narvik Fjellet by gondola to a stunning newly renovated Lodge to search for Northern Lights alongside an expert Aurora guide.

This new experience not only brings a touch of Norwegian culture to the evening, but also a touch of luxury with reindeer fur lined gondolas, arrival drinks and a warm and cosy, yet spacious, Aurora viewing indoor space waiting to welcome guests.

For those interested in Aurora photography, three outdoor platforms and a balcony have been built to give you the best views from the Lodge.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

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DAY 7
Transfer to Melbu. Northern Lights Hunting

DAY 7
Transfer to Melbu. Northern Lights Hunting

After breakfast catch the bus from your hotel that takes you to Stokmarknes in Norway where you will then transfer onto a ferry for the short hop across to Melbu.

Have an early dinner prior to a 4 hour Aurora hunt around the island on a guided mini bus trip searching for the Northern Lights. You will be provided with warm clothes, hot drink, guide, cake and Tripod. Bring your own camera!

Late return to Hotel and overnight.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

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DAY 8
Hurtigruten Boat Trip to Lofoten Islands. Overnight Svolvaer

DAY 8
Hurtigruten Boat Trip to Lofoten Islands. Overnight Svolvaer

After breakfast in the lodge at leisure until a late morning transfer to Stokmarknes.

Included in the cost of your holiday is entrance to the Hurtigruten Museum. For more than 100 years Hurtigruten has been an integral part of life in northern Norway, tying cities and communities together, carrying goods and people over the nations number one highway – The ocean.

Explore its amazing history and its role as a mail ship and now major tourist experience, through to safety and navigation through Norway’s coastal landscape . The landlocked Hurtigruten ship M/S Finnmarken, the worlds biggest museum artefact is open to visitors too!

We suggest picking up lunch on location before boarding the Hurtigruten ship at the terminal opposite for your 3 hour journey into the Lofoten islands and the port of Svolvaer. This is a perfect way to experience the majesty of these picturesque islands.

You will arrive around 6pm. You are booked into the stylish Thon Hotel on the quayside or have the option of upgrading to the quaint and traditional Svinoya which offers authentic Rorbuer Accommodation.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner ( if staying at Svinoya)

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Upgrade to Svinoya Rorbuer Cabins
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Upgrade to Svinoya Rorbuer Cabins

If you are looking for a truly authentic Norwegian Experience then whilst staying in Svolvaer why not upgrade to staying in Norwegian Heritage site. Svinoya is a fishing village dating back over 250 years which has been converted into authentic ‘ Rorbuer’ accommodation.

Grouped in batches around the island and with commanding views each ‘ fisherman’s cottage’ has been restored but keep their traditional wooden features. Recognised by the Norwegian cultural bureau as a place of national heritage it offers a uniquely Norwegian experience.

All 30 original, and the more recently-built rorbu cabins, are of high standard. Each cabin has one to three double bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen-cum-lounge, and a modern bathroom with shower and toilet.

The main building that houses both reception and the atmospheric restaurant where all meals are taken is a short walk away. Breakfasts are hearty and Dinners based on local ingredients of fish and lamb.

Considerable emphasis has been placed on maintaining the authenticity of the rorbu cabins. The timber and time-honoured craftmanship have been preserved to convey the feeling of what a rorbu cabin was like in the old days, when the fishermen harvested the seas of Lofoten with the help of oar and sail.

Upgrade Cost: £198 per person Includes Dinner Bed and Breakfast ( when comparing note dinner is included in the holiday cost on this option)

Rorbuer svinoya Svolvaer Lofoten Norway
Svinoya Rorbuer at Svolvaer Lofoten
Svinoya Rorbuer at Svolvaer Lofoten

DAY 9
See The Majestic Trollfjord on a sea eagle Rib boat safari

DAY 9
See The Majestic Trollfjord on a sea eagle Rib boat safari

Today after breakfast explore one of Norway’s most spectacular fjords with high mountainsides rising directly from the sea.

The Trollfjorden is a narrow arm of the Raftsundet that cuts nearly 3 km into the landscape and is less than 100 m wide as its narrowest point. Lofoten has an exciting bird life, and the region is visited by several hundred bird species during the year.

The archipelago is also the resting place for rarer species and birding enthusiasts can look forward to the diversity of species in the varied landscape. The largest species of them all is the majestic white-tailed sea eagle, with its  2.7 m wingspan.

Rest of the day at leisure to explore the local area and this evening search the Northern Lights which are often visible over Svolvaer.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner  (if  staying at Svinoya)

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DAY 10
Lofoten Panorama Mini Bus Trip. Northern Lights Hunt

DAY 10
Lofoten Panorama Mini Bus Trip. Northern Lights Hunt

After breakfast venture out on a small group guided bus trip of the Lofoten  islands. The knowledgeable driver will guide you on this half day excursion. Explore a dramatic coastline, historical fishing villages and white sand beaches, surrounded by rugged mountains with photo stops en route to capture the amazing scenery. The Majestic Lofoten islands at any time of year are spectacular . Roads, bridges and tunnels seem to connect one amazing vista after another!

This evening after dinner venture out with a guide on a northern lights hunt in the vicinity of Svolvaer. This 3 hour minibus experience allows the guide to search for areas with clear skies and perfect surroundings with as little light pollution as possible. The goal is to find areas where the northern lights will be the only source of light.

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner ( at Svinoya)

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DAY 11
Fly home via Oslo

DAY 11
Fly home via Oslo

This morning at Leisure prior to transfer to the airport for your flight home via Oslo. You may wish to consider extending your trip and seeing Norway’s capital city. See the option below

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Mini City Break in Oslo
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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
Accommodation

Where You'll Stay

Brandon Lodge Lulea Archipelago

Northern Lights over Brandon Lodge
Brandon Lodge Cabin
Room at Brändön Lodge Lulea
Restaurant area Brandon Lodge LULEA

Brandon Lodge Lulea Archipelago

This beautifully situated lodge rests at the edge of the Lulea Archipelago with easy access to explore the expanse  by boat or snowmobile depending on the season.

Each of the 15 cabins at Brändön Lodge has two bedrooms with 2 single beds in each room. In one room the two single beds can be joined into a double bed on request. The cabin has a bathroom and small kitchen if required. The front of the cabin includes a balcony and all cabins have a view over the sea.

In the main Lodge building is a relaxation lounge, bar and restaurant.

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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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Grand Royal Hotel Narvik

Quality Hotel Grand Royal
Grand Hotel Narvik bedroom
Grand Hotel Narvik Lobby
Grand Hotel Narvik Roof top bar

Grand Royal Hotel Narvik

One of Narvik’s leading hotels The Grand Royal is a modern, comfortable hotel that blends contemporary style with good service. The rooms and bathrooms are of a good size and have tea and coffee facilities.

The Breakfast and dining choices are excellent and there is a very cosy and traditional pub. The rooftop restaurant is the place to be if the Northern Lights are out!

The airport bus that goes to the Narvik/Harstad airport stops directly in front of the hotel which is very convenient and it is only a short walk to the Peace Museum and the train station.

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Melbu Hotel

Outside view of Melbu Hotel
Bedroom in Melbu Hotel
Fitness area of Melbu Hotel
Melbu Hotel Reception

Melbu Hotel

A family run hotel in Melbu near the Hurtigruten port of Stokmarknes, the gateway to the Lofoten islands.  A very traditional hotel that is both simple and cosy. All rooms are en-suite and rooms are equipped with kettle and free coffee, tea and Hot Chocolate.

We offer all our clients the top category level rooms which are northern lights themed with a picture of the auroras taken in the region.

The hotel offers free WiFi internet in public area and an on-site restaurant focused on traditional food. In addition there is  gym open to guests.

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Thon Hotel Svolvaer

Thon Hotel Svolaver Northern Lights
Thon Hotel Svolaver Bedroom Suite
Thon Hotel Svolaver Dining Room
Thon Hotel Svolaver Bedroom

Thon Hotel Svolvaer

Thon Hotel Lofoten is located right on the harbour front in Svolvær. It is a few metres away from the Hurtigruten ferry disembarkation point and  within walking distance of the many attractions of Svolvaer, the Lofoten islands.

There are panoramic views over the mountains that encase Svolvaer and the rooms have views over the sea or the mountains.

This is a flagship Thon Hotel with all modern facilities including excellent restaurant and bars.
Restaurant Boje serves dishes  made from locally sourced produce so has a strong emphasis on foods like Cod, Halibut and Stockfish caught by local fishermen and magnificent organic Lofoten lamb.

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Svinøya Rorbuer

Rorbuer svinoya Svolvaer Lofoten
Northern Lights above Svinoya Lofoten
Svinoya Rorbuer at Svolvaer Lofoten
Svinoya Rorbuer Lofoten

Svinøya Rorbuer

A 250 year old fishing settlement on an island in Svolvaer harbour has been converted into one of the most charming and authentic Rorbuer style accommodations. Grouped in batches around the island and with commanding views each ‘fisherman’s cottage’ has been restored but keep their traditional wooden features. Recognised by the Norwegian cultural bureau as a place of national heritage it offers a uniquely Norwegian experience.

All 30 original, and the more recently-built rorbu cabins, are of a high standard. Each cabin has one to three double bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen-cum-lounge, and a modern bathroom with shower and toilet.

The main building that houses both reception and the atmospheric restaurant where all meals are taken is a short walk away. Breakfasts are hearty and dinners based on local ingredients of fish and lamb.

Considerable emphasis has been placed on maintaining the authenticity of the rorbu cabins. The timber and time-honoured craftmanship have been preserved to convey the feeling of what a rorbu cabin was like in the old days, when the fishermen harvested the seas of Lofoten with the help of oar and sail.

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Optional Extras
A night in the Iconic Tree Hotel
Northern Lights over 7th Room TREE HOTEL lapland

If you would like to stay a night in the Tree Hotel during your trip then rather than spending your last night at Brandon Lodge why not take a room in the trees!

The Treehotel comprises 7 unique themed Tree Rooms, created by 7 separate architects. These are the Mirrorcube, Bird’s Nest, Cabin, Blue Cone, dragon fly, UFO and 7th Room!

The rooms are set between 4-6 meters from the ground in pine trees and rooms are accessed by either a ramp or sturdy stairs. They can house between 2 and 4 people and the larger rooms, The Dragon Fly and the 7th Room have separate bedrooms and carry an extra supplement.

Every Tree Room has its own living and sleeping area and is equipped with a state of the art eco-friendly incineration toilet and water efficient hand basin, which means there is no artificial plumbing.

The emphasis is on running the hotel consistent with values of low impact on the surrounding forest and every aspect of the operation compliments this aim

Price: From £250 per person to include Dinner and Airport Transfer

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

Upgrade to Svinoya Rorbuer Cabins
Rorbuer svinoya Svolvaer Lofoten Norway

If you are looking for a truly authentic Norwegian Experience then whilst staying in Svolvaer why not upgrade to staying in Norwegian Heritage site. Svinoya is a fishing village dating back over 250 years which has been converted into authentic ‘ Rorbuer’ accommodation.

Grouped in batches around the island and with commanding views each ‘ fisherman’s cottage’ has been restored but keep their traditional wooden features. Recognised by the Norwegian cultural bureau as a place of national heritage it offers a uniquely Norwegian experience.

All 30 original, and the more recently-built rorbu cabins, are of high standard. Each cabin has one to three double bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen-cum-lounge, and a modern bathroom with shower and toilet.

The main building that houses both reception and the atmospheric restaurant where all meals are taken is a short walk away. Breakfasts are hearty and Dinners based on local ingredients of fish and lamb.

Considerable emphasis has been placed on maintaining the authenticity of the rorbu cabins. The timber and time-honoured craftmanship have been preserved to convey the feeling of what a rorbu cabin was like in the old days, when the fishermen harvested the seas of Lofoten with the help of oar and sail.

Upgrade Cost: £198 per person Includes Dinner Bed and Breakfast ( when comparing note dinner is included in the holiday cost on this option)

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

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"We had a wonderful time. Everything went like clockwork, and the guides in Lulea looked after us really well. A real holiday to remember. Our grateful thanks to you all."

Kim

'' One of the Best Holidays. Would Thoroughly Recommend

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Price Per Person: From £3,595 (Inc Flights)
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What's Included?

  • Flights  with one hold bag per person
  • 3 Nights at Brandon lodge in a cabin Full Board
  • Sauna and Hot tub welcome
  • Pack Ice Snowmobile Tour
  • Drive your own Husky Adventure
  • Train Journey across Lapland
  • Dinner at the Sky Station in Abisko
  •  Gondola Aurora Experience in Narvik
  • Entrance to the War Museum in Narvik
  • I night at the Melbu Hotel with dinner
  • Aurora hunt in Stokmarknes
  • Hurtigruten Cruise to Lofoten Islands
  • 3 nights in Svolvaer at the Thon Hotel staying on upper floor with views
  • Mini Bus day trip around Lofoten
  • Northern lights hunt in Lofoten
  • Rib Boat wildlife Safari in Trollfjord
  • All transfers, guides and Arctic clothing in Swedish Lapland. ( Not required in Norway)
  • 10 breakfasts, 7 Dinners ( 10 if staying at Svinoya) and 6 Lunches

Break Available:

January – March

Departure Days: Sunday

Departure Airports

  • Heathrow
  • Gatwick
  • Manchester
  • Stockholm

For our international Clients we can link into your Inter continental flights, provide domestic flights in Iceland and Sweden or just offer you the ground plans freeing you up to book your own flights.

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