Sled Dog Arctic Adventure new Break

By Kevin Collins | Northern Lights Holidays, Lapland | Posted 13 Sep 2011

We are very excited to be sharing with you our latest new break - a  3 night wilderness adventure driving your own sled dog team from one remote location to another in Swedish Lapland north of the Arctic Circle.

Very few experiences can match the closeness to nature experienced on an extended sled dog safari. With a maximum of 6 dog teams, (1 person per team) you will venture out in the hands of one of the best mushers in Sweden for the journey of a lifetime. You will drive your own sled dog team  for 3 days with 5-6 hours per day sleding. You will journey through Pristine wilderness, stay in cosy wilderness cabins and hopefully see the Northern Lights in the evenings.

To see the details of the break Silence of the Arctic click here



About Kevin Collins

Kevin grew up in the wilds of Africa and with family scattered all over the world was introduced to long haul travel from an early age. This turned into a lifelong passion which he has been fortunate to turn into a successful career.

Having spent 20 years in marketing roles in a variety of business environments Kevin set up Weekend a la Carte to provide the kind of experiential breaks that are increasingly being sought after by clients eager to find enriching ways of spending valuable leisure time.

Kevin has increasingly become fascinated with the Northern Lights, and has built up a wealth of knowledge over the years as to how to increase your chances of seeing the Northern Lights taking into account weather patterns, moon cycles , solar pulses and daylight hours. Kevin is also a fervent believer in making sure that the break is action packed so you have a fantastic time , even if the Aurora Borealis does not show.

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