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Overnight Lapland Experience at the Snow Village Snow Hotel from Levi
"Built anew from snow every year the Snow Village is one of the most magical places in the Arctic wilds of Lapland. Your overnight package includes round-trip transport from Levi and an overnight stay in the Snow Hotel within the Snow Village. A 3-course dinner in the village's Ice Rest plus breakfast in the log cabin restaurant the next morning are also included as is a guided tour of the village.Accommodation is in double or twin rooms with thermal sleeping bags to keep you cozy overnight. Shower and toilet facilities are provided in a heated separate building. You’re advised to wear warm winter layers for your stay preferably with a under layer of synthetic sports-like garments covered by a mid-layer
From EUR258.00
 
Overnight Lapland Experience at the Snow Village Snow Hotel from Ylläs
"Built afresh from snow every winter the Snow Village is one of Lapland’s most enchanting attractions. Your overnight experience includes round-trip transport from Ylläs and a night’s stay in the Snow Hotel sleeping in a private double or twin room complete with an ice-framed bed and thermal sleeping bags.A 3-course dinner in the Ice Restaurant and breakfast the next morning in the log cabin restaurant are included in your package as is a guided tour of the village.Shower and toilet facilities are provided in a warm underground building. Please note that you are recommended to dress warmly for your stay preferably with several layers including an under-layer of synthetic sports-like garments and a mid-layer fleece garment."
From EUR255.00
 
Overnight Lapland Experience at the Snow Village Snow Hotel from Levi
"Built anew from snow every year the Snow Village is one of the most magical places in the Arctic wilds of Lapland. Your overnight package includes round-trip transport from Levi and an overnight stay in the Snow Hotel within the Snow Village. A 3-course dinner in the village's Ice Rest plus breakfast in the log cabin restaurant the next morning are also included as is a guided tour of the village.Accommodation is in double or twin rooms with thermal sleeping bags to keep you cozy overnight. Shower and toilet facilities are provided in a heated separate building. You’re advised to wear warm winter layers for your stay preferably with a under layer of synthetic sports-like garments covered by a mid-layer
From EUR258.00

More Things to Do in Jokkmokk

Helicopter rides!

Shame I didnt do this as I imagine it wouldve been stunning - have done some excellent helicopter and plane rides over famous places Ive visited but I do also generally get good views from my flights...
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angiebabe
Jan 25, 2008

Husky sled rides

Not just reindeer here for the annual Jokkmokk Festival that brings locals, tourists and Scandavanians from near and far away - out here on the frozen and snow covered lake in addition to reindeer and...
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angiebabe
Jan 25, 2008

Reindeer races

A few minutes walk over the hill away from the centre of Jokkmokk down on the frozen lake at 2pm each day of the Market are the reindeer races.Huge turnout - very popular event with lots of...
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angiebabe
Dec 05, 2007

The Reindeer Parade

At certain times during the day the Reindeer Master, leads his team of reindeer and fellow Sami family around the Jokkmokk Market streets. From memory Im pretty sure that the Grand Parade was at...
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angiebabe
Dec 05, 2007

Jokkmokk Centre for Rocks and Minerals

Down by the lake is this private house with a collection of rocks and minerals, mostly found locally. Some sorts are quite rare in the rest of the world and I personally find the "cloudberry marble"...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Porjus

Some 40 kilometres north of Jokkmokk itself, you will find the hydropower village of Porjus along the Lule River, where the electricity company Vattenfall has an exhibition on all things hydroelectric...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007
 
 
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Laponia

Since I haven't yet been to any of the national parks that make up Laponia, I won't separate them but just make one single tip. You can read a lot more on the websites below but I feel I have to...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Heritage Park

Jokkmokk's Heritage Park is typical for its kind; a collection of old buildings from times gone by and with various themes to them. It was closed during our visit so I cannot say that much about what...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Jokkmokk New Church

I have to say this is one of the prettiest Swedish churches I have seen - and I have seen many! It is built in wood like several others, but in a way that makes it look almost fairytale with its...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Fjällträdgården

With the same entrance ticket as to Attje, you can also visit the Highland Garden in summer. Down by a stream by the Lake Talvatis you will find it summertime when various highland plants and flowers...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Ajtte Sami and Highland Museum

The main reason for us to visit Jokkmokk itself was this famous museum about the Sami people and life in the highlands. The main exhibition area focuses around a nave from where you enter different...
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Sjalen
Jan 06, 2007

Ajtte - Swedish Mountain and Sami Museum

During the Winter Market week, there was a great exibition of Sami duodji. Permanent exibitions depict also life in the north, with hunting techniques and information about bird and animal life in the...
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SMILLA76
Apr 23, 2005

Sami Church

The Sami church was built in 1976 on the foundation of the original one of 1753. The church is opened for tourists during the summer months only. We visited Jokkmokk in September and it was already...
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Leipzig
Nov 24, 2003

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"Back to the Arctic Circle for 402 yr old markets!"
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"Sami capital"
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"JOKKMOKK"
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"Welcome to JOKKMOKK"
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"JOKKMOKK -- the oldest market place"
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