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Sapmi

Nature 

Camp

A true indigeonus experience

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Sapmi Nature Camp

 

An indigenous Sami owned and operated glamping site in the Laponia world heritage area, less than 1 hour drive from the Arctic towns of Jokkmokk and Gällivare. The owner, Lennart Pittja is a Sami from a reindeer herding family on this land and the location of the camp in unspoiled nature on the shore of Lule River is unique.

 

This is the place where you will learn about the true life and culture of the indigenous Sami people in a personal, small-scale and sustainable way. You will stay in comfortable, warm and cozy lavvu tents and there’s always a local host present during your stay here.

 

The camp has 5 double rooms and most of our meals are served in the cosy log cabin in the middle of the glamping site.

 

  • Sami owned and operated

  • Located in Sjávnja nature reserve, part of Laponia world heritage area

  • Located on Lennart’s reindeer herding community land, Unna Tjerusj

  • Small-scale, personal and sustainable glamping and experiences

  • Ideal to experience the Arctic light year around

  • Arctic Indigenous life in Laponia – learn about life here from the true outdoor experts of the North

  • Featured by National Geographic – “21 places to stay if you care about the planet”.

  • Best Swedish Ecotourism 2019

  • Featured by AFAR Media 2019 “Stay list 2019” as one of 27 best new hotels in the world

  • Open all year around on request

  • Glamping, experiences, food and Sami hospitality is always included in your stay

  • One of a kind experiences with local guides; “Glamping and wildlife”, “Glamping and the Arctic light”, “Nature- and wildlife photography”, “Autumn in Sápmi – glamping, Sami life and Aurora”

Read more: www.sapminature.com

Sapmi Nature Camp