Find yourself close to nature with GoNatureTrip. We are a network of small family businesses working together to give you the best outdoor family experiences and activities and local travel tips in Sweden. You can enjoy lakes, forests, food and culture in Sweden. On these pages you can find tips on destinations, where to park, bike, hike, fish and relax. You can also find information on campsites and parking in nature. Touch a piece of Sweden on your next holiday in Sweden.
Some of our destinations:
Hiking in old-growth forest Dalarna is an amazing nature and cultural experience. you walk right into a unique forest with knowledgeable and friendly guides.
Enjoy and learn more about Swedish delicacies, outdoor cooking and local produce
Sweden has been voted the most sustainable country in the world. To understand why, you should go on a sustainable agriculture study tour of the Aquaponic Greenhouse at Ödevata Countryside Hotel. Learn about aquaponics farming in the heart of Småland.
While in Småland learn about the art glass heritage. Målerås Village, something for the whole family.
Camping is very popular with long tradition in Sweden and is considered the best choice for an affordable green holiday. Green holiday is a part of sustainable tourism. It refers to tourists and local businesses exercise responsible travel practices that pay attention to environmental, social and economic sustainability. Going on a camping holiday emits significantly less CO2 than other forms of holiday.
We first arrived at Ödevata Countryside Hotels. We were warmly welcomed by Magnus and Malin, the owners, to this comfy B&B/hotel in the middle of the forest. They are a family run business on the countryside.
Great biking and hiking trails, rent a boat, kajak or canoe. Farms steads, orchards and nature reserves in an unique Biosphere Reserve
Another thing Sweden is known for, other than Ikea and Volvo, is Vikings. Did you know that many Viking expeditions started in Sweden? Even though Norway is credited as the origin of Vikings. But many of them set sail from Sweden and traveled east.