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How to get here

Most of our tours starts and ends in Jokkmokk.
On the longer dog sled tours and expeditions the start and ending points can be different.
Below you find information how to get to Jokkmokk.
For information of how to get to the longer tours follow the links for respective tour in the end of this page.


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If you want help with booking tickets we recommend you to contact our local experts at
SN-resor. www.snr.se

We are happy to help you with any kinds of questions, so don’t hesitate to ask!
Mail: jokkmokkguiderna@gmail.com

How to get to Jokkmokk:

By Train:
The most environmental friendly option.
Train to Lapland.
1. Go to Stockholm.
2. From there you take the night train to Boden or Murjek.
3. From Boden or Murjek you have bus connection to Jokkmokk.

You can book the train and the bus on the same ticket at: www.sj.se

By Air:
If you want to fly, you can fly from Stockholm to:
Fly to Lapland.• Luleå 180 km southeast of Jokkmokk (Best connections with flights international.)
• Gällivare 100 km north of Jokkmokk
• Arvidsjaur 160 km south of Jokkmokk
• Kiruna 220 km north of Jokkmokk

Länstrafiken Norrbotten, the public bus providers offers an airport transfer between Luleå Airport and Jokkmokk.
For info and booking: Länstrafiken Norrbotten
Note! This airport transfer must be booked direct to Länstrafiken Norrbotten latest at Swedish time 17:00 the day before your travel.

We arrange with taxi transfer from and to Lulea airport for an extra cost.
Contact us for price info.
or
you can rent a car by: Rent A Wreck or AVIS

Booking flights: www.sas.se
Booking direct flights from Germany to Arvidsjaur: www.fly-car.de

How to get to the starting and ending points of the longer dog sled tours and expeditions:

• Dog sledding adventure and northern lights
• Crossing Lapland with dog sled
• The gate to Sarek National Park
• Sled dog adventure through Sjaunja and Kebnekaise
• A taste of Sarek National Park
• Explore Sarek National Park
• With huksies along the northern Kings Trail
• The Final Spring Adventure

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