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We felt that this would be a 'must do' visit,it lived up to our expectations.The overall feeling here from us was how well cared for and loved the dogs were.A lot of time was spent showing us around and meeting the animal
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Before the dogs set out hell for leather their howls and angst is unsettling. Once they are on their way though their speed and power trills you over frozen rivers and swaps to a charming forest camp for lunch.
sled driving your own dog team is a real adventure and an absolute must do if visiting the Ice Hotel. The dogs just want to run and run. It was one of the most exhilarating experiences ever. The luch hlaf way through the tour was...More
We wanted a dog team each to drive not just sit on a sled !
Kiruna dog sleds offered this and picked us up from their office in Kiruna!
Dogs friendly and wonderfully cared for !
They actually seem to love running on the snow...More
Went on the night time snow mobile adventure.Brilliant Ric our tour guide was full of interesting infomation stopped off at a little hut where he cooked reindeer and coffee for all of us.Seen the northern lights Brilliant should try this.
So beautiful and pure. The Ice Hotel is a journey and certainly not a destination. We traveled on every form of transportation and saw beautiful sights to reach the hotel. Once there, the hotel was completely made of ice. We slept in the hotel on...More
Loved every minute, as much as my 11 & 14 yr old sons. They teach you how to drive sleds. How to look after dogs. For the animal activists out there, the dogs are well looked after & as soon as they knew they were...More
We were picked up by car at the stipulated tme and made our way to Camp Alta.
Our guides were Peter and Craig and surprise surprise, both are non Swedes but they were excellent guides. We even help to pick the dogs and secure them....More