Aurora Safari Camp is one of it’s kind in northern scandinavia. Founded and owned by Photographer Fredrik Broman. The camp is situated by the Råne River, in Swedish Lapland. There is no artificial light at all to be seen from the camp that disturbes your chances to see Aurora, and if we have clear skies the stargazing is just fantastic. Milkyway is right above our heads.

We have 4 comfortable Lavvu Rooms that can be set as double, twin or family rooms. There is a firewood heater in eash Lavvu, and even if very low outside temperatures, your room is warm on the inside. Tested with guests down to -37 celsius. Washroom is situated between 20-75 meters from the Lavvus. In the lounge you can have a drink by the fireplace or we can arrange fine dining for up to 14 people. By the open fireplace outside there is a magnificent view over the river.

The sauna on the float is a nice experience. It’s on a float that is freezed into the ice of the river and is a great place to spend the evening, getting really clean and warm an at the same time have great stargazing and aurora chances. Booked separate and is then all private for you.

Just behind us we have a forest caped mountain and there is lot’s of moose in the forest, as well as red fox, reindeer, bears (hybernating in wintertime), roe deer and lot’s of birds.  Tracks and signs are to be found even right next to your room.

 

 

 

Relax by our open fireplace with a great view over the river.

Great view from the fireplace in front of the lounge. Room no1 in the background.

 

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Your room in the wild. The blue light is amazing after sunset. Room no3.

 

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The rooms can be set as double, twin or family (max 5 beds). The heater is really powerful.

 

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The lounge where we have dinner and just hang out and listen to the sound of the forest and the frozen lake.

 

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Room set as a double.

 

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Our sauna on the float can be setup on different ways. Why not with a little extras as champagne and local delicacys.