Beaver safari in Sweden - A real nature experienceDate: Saturday 12 may 2018 - Saturday 29 Sep 2018 Show map
Beaver safari-A spectacular show. A large splash breaks the silence and water rises spectacular towards the sky. A few seconds later, the water droplets descend back and melt into the surface of the lake once again. A beaver dove- flicking the water up with hi
Canoe paddling through a beaver-rich wilderness area in Sweden.
At sunset, while the sun goes down behind undulating forests, we paddle out on a beaver safari. Through the beaver-rich wilderness area, we move as silently as possible in Canadian canoes (the Native Americans’ traditional canoe with space for two adults- which, in common language, is simply called, ‘canoe’). It is in the evening, under the shelter of the trees’ long shadows that the beaver is very active. With care, we glide in silence towards the beaver huts. Slowly, slowly, in order to get as close as possible without harming the beavers.
During the paddling a stop will be made on an island or a peninsula, were a wilderness pick nick will be served. To the picnic we listen to an experienced and knowledgeable beaver guide who let us know about the beaver and many other wild animals in the forest.
During the canoeing, everyone has to be absolutely silent. Then we only communicate with sign language (a necessary condition if we are to see the shy and hard-working nibblers).
The chances of seeing beavers are very high. Many beavers were spotted on most beaver safaris since year 2003. The success with spotting beavers has been very good. Nordic Discovery's best safaris delivers ‘beaver contact’ for the whole duration of the paddling trip (3 hours).
The tour includes: A 5 hour guided beaver safari, canoeing in a very beaver rich area, a wilderness picnic with reindeer wraps mixed with vegetables and berries from the local forest, mineral water from the local brewery, local fruit, tea or coffee, a one-night in a double room, sheets, towels, breakfast (with home-made bread and cereal), canoes, paddles, life jackets, water-proof sacks, seat mats and a shorter transfers in minibus from the Wilderness Lodge to a nearby beaver territory and back.
The safari is certified Nature's Best's arrangement.
2017 the safari is arranged between May 19 and September 30.
10-11/6, 16-17/6, 30/6-1/7
14-15/7, 22-23/7, 28-29/7
5-6/8, 11-12/8, 19-20/8, 25-26/8
2-3/9, 8-9/9, 16-17/9, 22-23/9, 30/9-1/10
Number of participants in total on the tour: 4-8 persons. Parties containing 4 or more participants have the choice to book the safari on any dates.
The paddling is not physically demanding. We paddle very carefully and with as little noise as possible.
Equipment: Rain gear (in case of rain or as a backup against rain) and warmer clothes to put on after sunset, when the temperature often drops.
Information: At the start, a briefing containing detailed information about the safari and basic paddling instructions are provided.
Safety: The guide is very experienced and is a certified life guard, having passed all of the Swedish Life Guards’ Association’s tests for Life Guard Education. A first aid kit is brought on the tour.
Start and finish time: Depending on the hour of sunset, start and finish times vary throughout the season. We finish in full darkness and start 5 hours earlier.
Start and finish at Wilderness Lodge. Comfortable beds, personal touch and wild and nordic animals around the corner.
Nordic Discovery also organizes a variety of other active outdoor experiences in the Nature Reserve Malingsbo-Kloten. Read more on: www.nordicdiscovery.se