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I stayed at the Davvi Arctic Lodge for 3 nights and 4 days on March 17th. I had no idea what to expect of the holiday but I couldn't have been more impressed. We were immediately taken to get snowsuits and boots and then went...More
We stayed in a cabin which was warm cosy and clean, the underfloor heating in the bathroom & your own personal sauna were a real bonus, it's only a minutes walk to the main hotel, so no need to put the suits & boots on....More
We went as an all inclusive package from "Transun"; with the hope of seeing the Northern Lights. We would have seen them if we'd stayed up an extra 3 hours when a brief break in cloud cover revealed them to others.
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We have had the most amazing trip. 4 nights staying at the Davvi Arctic Lodge to celebrate our 50 th birthdays. We stayed in the hotel and although basic it was clean and comfortable. The hotel staff were attentive and the food was excellent, with...More
We stayed here 4 nights recently and thoroughly enjoyed our experience. The room we had in the hotel was comfortable and warm, and while the bathroom was small it was fine. The activities on site were good: husky sledging, cross country skiing and snow mobiling,...More
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Our extended family went in December and all three cameras 'Lumix' worked fine, you do need to keep them inside your clothing to prevent them getting too cold, in a pocket for example. If you keep them too snuggle up though... More
Our extended family went in December and all three cameras 'Lumix' worked fine, you do need to keep them inside your clothing to prevent them getting too cold, in a pocket for example. If you keep them too snuggle up though they will have condensation on them when they are exposed to the freezing weather. My son in laws smart phone worked ok but my older apple phone packed up after half dozen photos. Bear in mind that you will need two pairs of gloves to keep your hands warm so you are very restricted and the all in one they give you covers you head to foot and you don't want to unzip that to let the cold in. There are pockets though you can use. The battery life is not good so be prepared to re-charge often.
Honestly though we didn't have any major problems, we took hundreds of videos and photos using the camera and phone. I was the only one that had problems with my old phone and it recovered once indoors.
Have a brill time. It's an amazing place to visit. My small grandchildren had a ball, and their grown up parents too, they reverted to kids again going down the toboggan runs. ENJOY!
P.s. The best thing we took with us was a balaclava, I scoffed when I read to take one but it was the best item of clothing we bought. A cheap bikers one off Ebay, £5, that worn under a hat kept our head and face protected from the wind and cold, especially when driving a snowmobile.
Take Euros, even for spending in Sweden, or a credit card (or both). A bottle of wine costs about 30 euros, a bottle of coke is 3, pint of lager is 6. there are a few shops nearby which sell trinkets (20 or 30 euros will... More
Take Euros, even for spending in Sweden, or a credit card (or both). A bottle of wine costs about 30 euros, a bottle of coke is 3, pint of lager is 6. there are a few shops nearby which sell trinkets (20 or 30 euros will get you a few souvenirs) and a museum nearby which costs 3 euros per person. All excursions, etc can be booked through credit card and cost around 100-120 per person depending on what you want to do (if anything) The most expensive thing is the ICEHOTEL (optional excursion, highly recommended). 3 drinks in the ice bar cost 40 euros, but worth the experience.
I hope this helps, but let me know if you have any other questions.