Aurora Safari Camp

Location: Swedish Lapland | Sweden

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Getting under the skin of rugged northern Sweden is what the Aurora Safari Camp is all about. This extreme glamping experience in the wilderness of the Arctic Circle was founded and run by the Swedish photographer Fredrik Broman, who was inspired by his time as a guide for East African safaris and decided to bring that experience to his homeland – the challenge being adapting the safari for harsh winters in Swedish Lapland. But he succeeded: with cosy campfires, wood-burning stoves and reindeer hides, the result is an authentic and exclusive camp that gets you back to nature.
Perfect forThe camp's three tents are for exclusive use, making this a perfect option for families and groups. This is one for intrepid explorers who want to take glamping to the extremes.
In the know
  • Traditional, exclusive-use camp
  • Witness the Northern Lights in a surreal Swedish setting
  • Meet the indigenous Sami reindeer herders
  • Disconnect from the stresses of daily life and being immersed in nature
  • Try out exhilarating winter activities - and arrive by snowmobile

Recommended for...

  • Setting & Views
  • Off the Beaten Track
  • Unusual
  • Wildlife & Nature

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

The Aurora Safari Camp is far from any manmade light, providing the perfect backdrop for seeing the aurora borealis in all its glory. It is found on the banks of the Råne River in Swedish Lapland, between the trees.

Rooms at Aurora Safari Camp

Influenced by the Lavvu tents of the Sami people, the three secluded tents are in the Nordic tipi design, each with a wood-burning stove and camping mattresses. They are available on an exclusive-use basis and can be set up as double, twin or family rooms to suit your requirements. There are separate washroom facilities. 

Food & drink

Tuck into smoked reindeer and dried moose meat in the lounge area, and wash it down with hot lingonberry juice. Needless to say food here is organic and locally sourced – there’s no choice but to forage and hunt in this totally secluded setting!


Warm up in the sauna, which sits on a float frozen by the ice of the river, before sitting round the campfire with a glass of champagne as the Northern Lights dance in the endless night sky. Snuggle down under reindeer hides and watch the light show with a Swedish fika, or wake up in time to catch the sunrise above the river.

Activities at Aurora Safari Camp

Fredrik will share his landscape photography tips to help you shoot this incredible scenery – including the Northern Lights, and he'll take you dog-sledding, snowmobiling, on reindeer safaris, snowshoeing, and ice fishing on the frozen waters, or try your hand at the art of ice sculpting. In summer, you can enjoy river rafting, kayaking and nature treks. He'll also introduce you to the local Sami people and share stories of his countless adventures.

If you want to take the adventure up a notch, go on an overnight husky expedition and see what sort of wildlife you can spy, including moose, red foxes, reindeer and roe deer, as well as a wide variety of birdlife.

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Hotel location

The Aurora Safari Camp is located by the River Råne, approximately one hour from Lulea Airport in Swedish Lapland.

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