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An exclusive Swedish Lapland experience awaits your clients at Pure Lapland’s new all-inclusive Loggers Lodge, located in the middle of a boreal forest. From the Northern Lights in the winter to the Midnight Sun in the summer, the Swedish Lapland is a year-round destination with plenty of options for outdoor activities in the wild Arctic nature.

In the winter, guests can go snowshoeing and ice fishing. They can also visit the Storforsen Nature Reserve where they’ll have an organic meal made using a traditional Muurrikka pan. In the summer, guests can experience a relaxing walk in a pine tree forest to a summit with breathtaking views; or go on a full-day hike in Korgen Nature Reserve, where they’ll come close to the reindeers and learn about the native Sami lifestyle from Lars Eriksson, whose family has lived in remote Flakaberg as Samis for seven generations.

Loggers Lodge's amenities include a king-size continental bed sleeping two people.
Loggers Lodge’s amenities include a king-size continental bed sleeping two people.

In guests’ private luxury accomodations, a private chef can prepare traditional gourmet meals— a la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner—or guests can visit the onsite wood-fired sauna and outdoor jacuzzi. Ideal for couples, honeymooners and guests celebrating a special occasion, the all-inclusive, 538-sq.-ft. Swedish timber cabin is located in a remote setting about 16,404 ft. to the closest neighbor (except for the guides’ houses). Rates at the Loggers Lodge start at $747 pp per night through Nov. 30; $830 pp per night from Dec. 1-March 31, 2018. Rates include full board, a wood-fired sauna, an outdoor jacuzzi and a private host. For more information, visit pure-lapland.com.

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