DAY 1 Friday
13:55 Arrival in Luleå
14:30 Transfer Luleå-Kalix (Frevisören). During your transfer from Luleå to Frevisören you will pass stunningly beautiful landscape.
16:00 Arrival at Frevisören. After an orientation and instructions from the guide we will start our journey to the most remote island in Bothnian Bay, Malören.
17:00 We make stop on the outer arcipelago. Here the wind pushes the ice together into piles of broken ice. We taste dried reindeer meet and drink sea buckthorn mulled wine.
17:30 Arrival to Malören, the most remote island in Bothnian Bay. Check-in the Pilot cabin and welcome meeting.
The sauna will be heated and if you dare you can take a bath in a ice hole in Bothnian Bay
DAY 2 Saturday
12:00 Try skiing across the ice-covered fields of the frozen Bothnian Bay? Join us and experience the beautiful pack ice around Malören, 30 kilometres out on the frozen sea.
15:00 Take a tour around the island of Malören, comfortably seated in a sled driven by one of our snowmobile guides. This part of northern archipelago is often called the world's most beautiful archipelago. Join our guides who will tell you about the exciting history of Malören and the different attractions on the islands. The guided tours are available in Swedish, English and Finnish.
19:00 We cook and eat dinner together outside, with a beautiful view of the Bothnian Bay.
that you can experience during this tour but even before we get there, we take our own tour buses alongside Lake Torneträsk and through the border to Norway at Riksgränsen. Spectacular views are all along the route and change as the landscape changes.
21:00 The sauna will be heated and for those who wants can take a bath in a ice hole in Bothnian Bay
DAY 3 Sunday
11:00 We will transport you with a snowmobile and sled to a place we´ve chosen for the day. We will provide you with all the equipment needed, hot drink, the best tips, interesting information about the area and hopefully we’ll catch a fish. This activity suits the entire family and does not require any physical skills.
19:00 Listen to exciting stories from the 17th century when
fishermen began to build small fishermen cottages on Malören. This was made in order to harvest the richness of the sea in a more convenient way than before.
The Baltic herring culminated in the second half of the 18thcentury. At
that time, as many as 70 boat teams, both self-supporting fishermen from Karlö and employed fishermen from Tornio, could be on the island at the same time.
A guide will assist you how to how to cook the fish over open fire We enjoy the fish together with potatoes and flatbread.
DAY 4 Monday
9:00 We will transport you with a snowmobile and sled back to Kalix (Frevisören).
11:00 Transfer Kalix-Luleå airport
14:55 Departure Stansfield-Luleå