The world’s leading aircraft charter broker, Air Charter Service, has launched new Swedish Lapland travel packages for a luxurious winter getaway after lockdown. In partnership with Discover The World®, families, friends and couples can now enjoy a tailor-made, 2-7 night trip, including a private jet ‘travel bubble’ to and from Luleå, Sweden.
Travelers can look forward to a post-lockdown festive or winter 2021 escape - totally customized to the individual or group. ACS’s personalized travel packages can include return flights, private transfers by car or helicopter, accommodation, as well as a choice of private dinner or spa experiences, exciting snow activities and excursions.
Sweden’s northernmost and Arctic region, Swedish Lapland, offers the ultimate winter wonderland among pristine landscapes of frozen lakes and snow-covered forests. With the northern lights best viewed from the end of August until mid-April, the clear night skies and lack of light pollution ensure the best chances for aurora sightings. Guests can experience hand-picked accommodation in the heart of the wilderness combining relaxation, comfort and fine dining, as well as a wide choice of activities and experiences.
Extraordinary Experiences & Accommodation
Guests have the option to select or combine wonderfully unique and luxurious accommodation types. Logger’s Lodge is a private eco-luxury wilderness lodge for two in an ideal location for viewing the northern lights, whilst Arctic Retreat offers a beautiful forest location next to the river for an intimate, log cabin stay. Guests can sleep several meters above ground in one of The Treehotel’s unique rooms with contemporary design, or choose an even more authentic experience ‘glamping’ at Sampi Nature Camp. The Arctic Bath is an extraordinary new floating spa hotel located on Lule River and guests can also stay at the world-famous ICEHOTEL, which is left to melt and be rebuilt between each winter season. En route from Luleå to the ICEHOTEL, travellers will cross the border of the Arctic Circle where ACS can arrange a special Champagne toast.
Whether you prefer the adrenalin rush of snowmobiling or mastering the skill of husky sledding, ice sculpting, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, there is always plenty to do and see. More light-hearted experiences include ice fishing or photography sessions with a professional to capture the outstanding Arctic landscape or northern lights. Exclusive three-course dining experiences under the stars (on ice or in the wilderness) can be organized, as well as a private evening with the ICEHOTEL chef, who will prepare an exquisite guided eight-course tasting menu. For a chance to relax, guests can also choose to indulge in a 10-step ritual sauna experience at the ICEHOTEL or head-to-toe pampering treatments at The Arctic Bath Spa.
Private Jet Travel for a Safer Winter Holiday
With many commercial flights still grounded and the post-pandemic traveler favoring hygiene, personal space and flexibility, private air travel provides a secure and hygienic means to get from A to B. Passengers can avoid busy airports this winter and stay within their ‘bubble’ of close family and friends. In the post-COVID-19 landscape, where much of the world feels inaccessible, Air Charter Service can facilitate tailored flights to destinations that are not currently serviced directly by commercial flights, including to Luleå, Sweden.
Air Charter Service (www.aircharterservice.com) offers a 4-night Swedish Lapland holiday package from £3,625pp based on 2 adults sharing a double room. Price includes private car transfers, 2 nights at Arctic Bath & 2 nights at ICEHOTEL on a half-board basis, spa access and a champagne toast at the Arctic Circle. Return Private Jet flights from London start from £47,000 (8 seats) or £65,000 (13 seats).