What we do for our tours
In the process of Covid 19, which affects our whole lives, we have taken many measures for the health of both our customers and our guides.
First of all, we would like to talk about Abisko, where the Lights of Vikings center is located. Abisko is a very small village in Swedish Lapland.
As stated in many travel guides shared during Covid, Swedish Lapland is one of the destinations where social distance is most easily practiced in terms of tourism.
The very low population, the absence of almost anyone in the areas we visit and the fact that we operate in a very large geography provide us a great advantage in terms of social distance.
We provide hygienic materials for all our participants and all our vehicles are regularly disinfected after each tour.
We accept a maximum of 6 people on our tours. We are one of the smallest tour group organizers in the world, and this is also one of the biggest measures we have taken against Covid.
Small groups of 6 people headed by the guide do not have contact with any other groups during our tours, the biggest advantage of being in one of the area with a very low population in a large geography.
Our hand hygiene materials are always with us and we are very sensitive about hygiene.
All accommodation partners we work with are as sensitive as we are about hygiene.
The hygiene standards we normally apply continue in the same way throughout Covid.
The most important measures taken against Covid 19 are social distance, cleanliness and attention.
We are very sensitive and attentive to our own guides and all our guests to observe these rules from the beginning to the end of our tours.
We maintain the highest health standards for the dinners we offer on our tours.
All tour and accommodation partners in the region are very sensitive to this issue. We also care about everyone’s health by applying all safety procedures for your health.
If you have any questions about all our tour packages for the Covid 19 process, you can reach us at [email protected]
Many travel restrictions brought by Covid 19 affected the whole world.
Although the European Union tries to act together on travel restrictions, countries set their own restrictions.
If you plan to travel to Swedish Lapland this year, you can learn all the travel rules from the websites below.
IATA TRAVEL CENTER MAP
This COVID-19 map is updated regularly and due to the ever-changing nature of the regulations, we strongly advise that you check with your airline before you travel.
Emergency information from Swedish authorities
The Covid-19 pandemic affects travelling, accommodation, and other activities in Sweden. Here Swedish authorities have compiled information about restrictions and regulations you need to be aware of if you are planning a stay in Sweden.
EU Interactive Tool
This interactive tool provides you with the information that you need to confidently plan your European travel and holidays, while staying healthy and safe. The information is frequently updated and available in 24 languages for your convenience.