If you’ve had enough of being indoors over far too many months, get back in touch with nature in one of these super-luxurious glamping sites in Sweden.
Located on an island (hence the name), these two-storey treehouses provide generous double beds, bed linen and towels. There’s also an outdoor kitchen and a summer shower. Guests can row and fish for some of the abundance of pike and bass in Havern lake. The water is clean, clear and fresh and the camping is comfy – and they’re building more accommodation, while still respecting the glorious Swedish nature.
Owned by photographer Fredrik Broman, Aurora Safari Camp is located close to the Råne river in Lapland. There’s no artificial light to disturb the view of the Northern Lights, and the three comfy rooms can be arranged as doubles, twins or family rooms. A fire-driven heater keeps things cosy, as do the drinks offered in the lounge. Fine dining and a floating sauna are also available – this is glamping with all the fixings.
Judi Lembke contributed additional reporting to this article.