Tree house Sweden

Tree house Sweden

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A beautiful holiday in one of Europe’s best natural locations

Imagine this - you are located in a treehouse in the middle of the Swedish forest as the sky comes alive and you witness one of the natural wonders of the world - the northern lights. You hear the footsteps of a wandering reindeer in distance as the beautiful scenery of aurora uncovers before your eyes. Does it sound like a page ripped off a fairy tale book? Guess again, as this is now possible with Nature.house. It doesn’t matter if you have always wanted to visit Sweden or you are just now exploring and evaluating exciting ways to spend some time off, Nature.house has you covered, so rest assured that you will have a wonderful time.

The spectacular Swedish landscape has enchanted local and international tourists for centuries, making it a top destination for nature-based holidays. And now thanks to Nature.house you not only have the chance to experience the wondrous world of Swedish nature but what is more, you can do so in a bizarre and thrilling way - by accommodating in a cozy treehouse. Surrounded by nothing but the Swedish woodlands you have the once in a lifetime opportunity to reconnect with nature and explore one of the world’s best natural areas.

The remarkable nature of the Scandinavian territory

Sweden is one of the most beautiful and prosperous countries in the world, famous for its stunning nature including miles upon miles of pure wilderness. Located on the Scandinavian peninsula, ⅔ of Sweden’s territory is covered by woodlands. In the north, the pine forests tend to be more common, while spruce trees are dominant in the south of the country. The lowlands of Sweden have a wide variety of vegetation as gigantic fields of wonderful rosebays and buttercups cover a large part of the ground. If you go on a simple walk around your treehouse in Sweden you will be impressed by the amount of flora awaiting around every corner of the curvy territory.

With 30 national parks, Sweden is diverse in animal species as well. Between 300,000 and 400,000 mooses inhabit the area of the country, thus it is rather possible to encounter a representative around your treehouse. Some incredible species such as the arctic fox, brown bear, and the great grey owl are typical for that area of Europe, a few of which are known to be relatively dangerous for humans if bothered or hunted down. As Sweden is one of the few countries in the world that gives every person the opportunity to roam freely around nature meaning that you don’t have to pay for permission to camp or cross private land, it is possible to encounter some bears and wolves around your accommodation. Nevertheless, the accommodations that Nature.house offers are based on safe locations, so you don’t have to worry about the wildlife surrounding your treehouse.

Outdoor activities during your stay in a treehouse in Sweden

The treehouses of Nature.house are suitable for small groups, couples, and families consisting of up to 5 people, contributing to the absolute cozy getaway for you and your loved ones. Furthermore, there are numerous activities that you can execute during your stay, depending on your personal preference. Due to the fact that Sweden has many rivers and lochs, canoeing and kayaking are popular outdoor activities. By roaming around the local water plates, it is possible to encounter wild mooses and interesting species inhabiting the surroundings. Mountain biking is also an outdoor activity that many people chose to undertake since the mountains of the territory are perfect for offroad cycling, keeping you active while allowing you to enjoy the magnificent nature.

Nevertheless, Sweden also provides some of the best locations for winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating which can all be done in the wilderness, meaning that you don’t have to go to a closed ice skating stadium or guarded ski location in order to stay active during your stay. Another winter activity in Sweden is the popular mountain hiking, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. Yet, if you want to have a chill holiday during your stay at a treehouse in Sweden, painting, writing, or simply reading by the porch are all wonderful ways to reconnect with yourself and nature.

Sweden’s unusual weather conditions

The difference between winter and summer temperatures in Sweden is quite extreme, ranging from -30 ℃ in the winter to +20 ℃ in the summer depending also on your location. Winters in the south and central part of the country are relatively mild with an average temperature of 0 ℃ while summers are similar to those in the southern UK. The difference though is that Swedish summers have an extended daylight period and it is possible to have more than 20 hour days.

On the other hand, the northern part of Sweden has extremely cold winters with temperatures below -30 ℃, and what is more, the sun does not come up at all during the month of January. This is generally, the best time to witness the northern lights as the darkness contrasts with the incredible dance of the lights. Yet, the summers in that region can reach temperatures from 8 ℃ to 10 ℃ and there is constant sunlight during the month of June.

Your vacation at a treehouse in Sweden can be arranged both during the summer and the winter period. If you prefer winter landscapes where you can enjoy the silence of the forest when the wildlife has sunk in a deep winter rest, then it is a good idea to spend the Christmas holidays in a treehouse in Sweden. The magic of the woodland contributes to a unique Christmas day as you and your close ones have a once in a lifetime experience. Still, if you prefer to visit during the warmer months of the year, then staying at a treehouse is a marvelous choice for anyone who wants to escape the busy urban reality and spend some time off in a leafy location. Nature.house offers you the unique chance to experience Sweden in an atypical way - by staying in a treehouse in one of Europe’s most amazing natural territories.