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"The team gave me an amazing and unique experience, something I will never forget for the rest of my life. Thanks, Seb for the outdoor skills and everything else you taught me, they will be very useful in the future. Thanks again for the last 3 weeks! I will miss the valley and wish you all the best."

Maarten Beek, the Netherlands

Sweden is a nordic country that stretches from the Baltic Sea to the Arctic circle and includes vast swathes of dense, deep forests; glistening, clear lakes and snow-tipped, rugged mountains. Edged along, and occasionally nuzzled within, these magnificent natural landscapes are stretching cityscapes and colourful, small towns. You can visit the vibrant and modern Stockholm in the south or the medieval and hauntingly beautiful Visby in the north. The untamed terrain also provides habitat to some of the world’s most beautiful animals, from the smallest arctic fox to the largest brown bear.

Home to the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun as well as charming, colourful architecture, Sweden will steal your heart both with incredible natural beauty and enchanting city streets. And if it doesn’t do it with that, the exuberant, colourful and bright festivals that celebrate the coming of summer will at least leave the warmest glow in your heart.

Our Projects in Sweden

  • Wildlife Monitoring & Deep Wilderness Expedition, Sweden

    • Duration 3 Weeks
    • Prices from £1630

    Join a comprehensive field expedition designed to teach you many skills you will need for future adventures in the deep wilderness or even for a future career in wildlife biology.

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Geography and Climate

Geography and Climate

The Scandinavian Mountain range holds some of the last areas of true untouched nature in Europe. Some of the vegetation in these mountains started growing just after the last ice age had ended. There are literally thousands of hectares where there has never been anything but feet, hoofs or paws touching the ground.

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History and Culture

History and Culture

Probably most well known for the reign of Vikings from the 9th to 11th centuries, Swedish history is also characterised by various conflicts, wars and kings and queens. Modern culture owes a lot to the seasons, with summer bringing some incredible festivals and traditions.

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Wildlife and Biodiversity

Wildlife and Biodiversity

With a surprising diversity of wildlife, this country plays host to some incredibly beautiful animals including moose, bears and arctic foxes. However, the threat of climate change and poor foresting and agricultural practices are causing concern amongst conservationists.

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