Stockholm Archipelago 


3 days 


5200 sek/pers.


  • Kayaking

  • Hiking

  • Meals cooked on campfire

  • Swedish Fika


  • Meals

  • Pre-booked activities

  • Equipment

  • Your private guide

  • Transport to Dalarö

Not included

  • Camping gears

  • Your travel insurance

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Sauna (needs pre-booking)

For more information, contact us


Total escape from the city

Escape for 3 days, only 45 minutes away from Stockholm, with your family, your partner or group of friends!

Stockholm archipelago offers you the opportunity to be in a peaceful and relaxing places, thanks to this unique landscape that makes all its characteristics. The archipelago is formed of about 30 000 islands located in the calmness of the Baltic sea. Island’s used to be the spots for farmers’ and fishermen's shelters or furthermore trading outpost during the Viking period. The surface of the water is overhung by those domes made of rocks and trees often uninhabited, giving the region its uniqueness.

Far from the cities and far from everything, this natural maze offers an unexpected contrast for whom is coming to visit Sweden for a long weekend, or a few days. Join the adventure that would bring you another impression of Sweden.

The "Island hopping"

Day 1: In the morning we’ll go to Dalarö together, which is a charming little village and where we’ll start to paddling our kayaks. After a safety briefing, we’ll begin paddling between different islands that are so many in this southern part of the archipelago. At lunch we’ll stop on one of those deserted islands and prepare a nice lunch cooked on wooden fire. We’ll then take time to rest, with only companion are the swell of the Baltic and the singing birds. By the end of the afternoon, after having spent good time at sea, we will decide a spot where to settle our camp for the night. Why not enjoy one of those long Swedish sun sets around a fire which will comfort this great exploration day. During that time your guide will concoct you a well deserved meal.

If the weather is on our side, we might paddle till the island of Kaston, a nature reserve quite particular because it’s a seal nesting area. Who knows, we might spot one of them popping his head out of the water. We will therefore have all chances to observe them.

Day 2: The next morning, the adventure will continue. We’ll pack our stuff and get back on the waves but not before having a breakfast and a coffee to start the day. Let’s go further and explore other islands and get the opportunity to see other fantastic landscapes from this part of the archipelago that is probably one of the nicest and wildest. We’ll also be searching for an island to settle and have our lunch to get the energy for the rest of the day and feel the immensity of this beautiful area while drinking our coffees.

It’d also be magical to see a sea eagle circling around the islands, looking for the ideal prey. Maybe one of those numerous migratory birds like different types of goose or this famous great cormorant flying over the horizon on the direction to the north. The part we’ll reach on this second day had a different landscape as we are on the outer edge of the archipelago. We can notice that the shapes of the rocks and the size of the trees are different because of a stronger erosion than inside the archipelago. We’ll settle in the islands of Langholmen for the night and we’ll set a fire, watch the sunset, have chance to swim in the calm Baltic Sea and feel the tranquility for the rest of the night.

 Day 3: After a breakfast and a morning coffee, we’ll start our journey to return back to our starting point; Dalarö. On the way back, we’ll have the chance to climb on a cliff giving us a large and magnificent view over the whole south archipelago of Stockholm. We will finish the trip at the end of the afternoon. Once arriving at the peer, we will tidy up our kayaks and get ready to return back to Stockholm, with full of amazing impressions and unforgettable memories.