Around the islands of Swedish Lapland you can experience a vast and fascinating mix of different type of environments. The shifting nature with a great vary of biotopes and the change in living species the further out you get is an intriguing phenomenon. The land rise and brackish water have created unique conditions for plants and animals that inhabit the waters.
“The northernmost archipelago resembles nothing else. It maintains the light poetry of the Swedish archipelago at the same time as it’s wrapped in an ice-cold draught from the east with semi-arctic desolation and Siberian melancholia.” Swedish author Sten Selander (1891-1957).