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After breakfast you’ll then be taken to explore the nearby Ice Hotel (only 15 mins away). A true labour of love, the hotel melts every spring and is then rebuilt every winter by local and international artists and ice sculptors. You will then be driven to the airport ready to fly home after this action packed Arctic adventure.
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You will be met at Kiruna Airport by your local guides and transferred to your start point (the kennels). You can also choose to organise your own way to the airport via other means that fit with your itinerary. We recommend arriving at either the train station or airport no later than 1:30pm on the day the adventure begins. Alternatively you can make your own way to the start point.
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The first two nights are spent in The Wilderness Cabin, a rustic wooden cabin lit by candles and heated by wood stove. The cabin is warm and comfortable despite its lack of modern amenities and will be a “getting back to nature” experience. Sleeping arrangements are based on single bunks in shared rooms, making it much easier to heat them efficiently.
The last evening is spent in the Mushers Lodge a Swedish-style lodge with electricity, heating, running water and showers.Sleeping arrangements are based on shared rooms with single beds or bunks of 2-6 people.
All our events are non refundable and non changeable due the fixed costs we incur in organising them. We recommend taking out travel insurance that covers you needing to cancel your adventure.
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