Discover the river valleys, cross the Arctic Circle and speak with locals who have grown up bilingual. This is where the sun never sets in the summer and where the northern lights dance across the dark winter sky. This is where you can taste the forest and drink the sea. This is the beating heart of Swedish Lapland.
Our Arctic lifestyle with its traditions and culture is in many ways naturally sustainable. Many of us hunt, fish, pick berries and mushrooms, keep our own animals and grow our own vegetables. We want our time spent in nature to leave as few footprints as possible so the next person who visits the place can get the same positive experience.
Nature is often our living room and for many, nature is also a workplace to protect.
What and where
is Heart of Lapland?
– the eastern part of Swedish Lapland
It is said that each place has its own charm, and no one would disagree when we say that Heart of Lapland is a very charming place indeed, with plenty of small picturesque islands in the archipelago with magnificent scenery as well as a fascinating history. Locals inviting guests for a dance on a balmy summer evening and children playing outdoors making friends for life, are not rare sights. That truly is holiday at its best – uncomplicated, peaceful and absolutely wonderful.