Sled Dog Tours in Kvikkjokk

Step into the world of our signature Boring Tours — a break from the usual, a homage to reverent interaction with nature. Our philosophy is simple — nature deserves respect, not conquest.

Three years ago, we fell in love with the wild Kungsleden trail and the untouched wilderness of Kvikkjokk. It felt so right that we made it our home, where our dogs are as happy as we are. Here in this quiet slice of paradise, we've learned a lot from the land and the few people around. We're excited to pass on this knowledge through unique, cozy stays at our Camp Hostel Kvikkjokk and Boring tours for those looking for peace, not just thrills.

Why boring?

Boredom, we believe, sparks creativity like nothing else. Our tours are meticulously crafted to be more than just sensory entertainment. While we welcome Northern Lights enthusiasts, we advocate patience over chasing wonders – allowing nature to unfold its magic in its own time. Life, much like your curiosity, thrives in the seemingly "boring" moments.

Who is this for?

Boring Tours is designed for those who cherish nature as a balm for the soul. It's not for the hardcore adventurers seeking to conquer peaks or compete. Our offerings are tailored for ordinary individuals of any age or gender, fostering an environment where slowing down is an art. General health and mobility are essential, and we appreciate open communication about any limitations or disabilities as we operate as a self-reliant group.

What to expect?

Embark on snow-covered landscapes with skis or snowshoes, embracing a pace that maintains thermoregulation without the rush. Rest breaks are not a concession but an integral part of the journey. Accommodations range from tents to communal tipi tents equipped with a stove. Together, we cook, share tasks, play board games, and revel in the joy of conversation. Mobile phones are permitted, but our emphasis lies in connecting with nature and each other.

How it works

Group size: minimum 3, maximum 5 people. You can apply individually.

Day to day schedule

Day 1 — Arrival and Settling In

Transfer arrangements to Kvikkjokk. Camp settling and introductions with our dogs. Dinner.

Day 2: Introductory Exploration

Short nearby trip with optional activities. Free time or group bonding. Dinner.

Day 3: Overnight Adventure

Venture out for an overnight wilderness experience. Stargazing.

Day 4: Reflection and Relaxation

Return to camp. Reflection time and relaxation. Dinner.

Day 5: Farewell

Wrap up the experience. Departure preparations. Transfer arrangements.

What's included

  • Accommodation in camp and en route.
  • Meals.
  • Tour guide services.
  • Common equipment: communal tent, kitchenware.
  • Rental equipment: skis, pulkas, boots, snowshoes, down sleeping bags.

What's not included

  • Travel insurance.
  • Transportation in and out.
  • Transfer costs.

What you must bring

  • Good, warm, windproof clothing (ski clothing with thermal underwear usually is enough)
  • Head torch, thermos flask, sunglasses, protective cream, personal hygiene items.


  • SEK 5000 / EUR 450

The process

  1. Choose the Duration: Decide on your stay duration.
  2. Contact Us: Confirm dates and availability.
  3. Confirmation and Deposit: Secure your spot with a deposit.
  4. Prepare for the Journey: Pack, check weather forecasts, and get excited.
  5. Arrival at Holy Motors Camp: Travel to us and immerse in Lapland's beauty.
  6. Unforgettable Experiences: Enjoy nature and unique activities.
  7. Farewell: Depart with cherished memories, always welcome back.


  • Price: SEK 13500 / EUR 1150

Upcoming tours

  • December 15–19
  • December 19–23
  • December 28 – January 2
  • January 2–6, 2024

For details, call us +371 29 80 73 80 — or write us, we'll get back to you shortly.


Trust us, the real deal is waaay better


Meet our sled dogs! Each with a unique personality, they are more than companions, they are a family. Three majestic Alaskan Malamutes — Nessie, Tomi, and Skudra, and two dynamic Greenland dog pairs, Torvi and Trond, and Gusta and Gabor.