Nature Travels now on Facebook and Twitter

Nature Travels has just launched a new page on Facebook and also recently begun “tweeting” on Twitter, meaning there are now more ways than ever to keep updated on the latest outdoor and ecotourism holidays in Sweden:


In addition to regular updates on our experiences, the new Nature Travels Facebook page has a discussion board with a series of FAQs about our holidays in Sweden. We have answered some of the most common questions regarding our canoeing, kayaking and timber rafting experiences and will continue to expand this resource over the coming months. We also welcome your contributions – please submit your questions and we will be happy to assist.

The page also has a brand new Photo Gallery where we will be adding photos sent in by our clients from their holidays in Sweden. Some marvellous photos of early-season timber rafting have just been added.



With “tweeters” from Stephen Fry to Barack Obama, Twitter ( is one of the latest innovations in social networking. The Nature Travels tweets (username: Nature_Travels) will provide regular bite-sized updates on the latest news additions to our portfolio.



Our blog at blog has been running since October 2006 and now has dozens of articles on topics on everything related to Sweden and the outdoors, from the conservation of the endangered Arctic Fox to how to choose a sleeping bag.

You can subscribe to the RSS feed from blog by clicking on the “Feed on: Posts” link on the page.



Our news blog at is also a fairly recent project. Here you will find regular updates on new outdoor experiences added to our portfolio and when new dates and prices for the coming season are released for existing experiences.

Again, you can subscribe to the RSS feed from blog by clicking on the “Feed on: Posts” link on the page.



If you prefer to receive your news via email, you can get an overview of the latest developments by subscribing to our bi-monthly email newsletter, Step Forward. You can read the latest edition online at and sign up using the form at the bottom of the page.

We also publish two specialist occasional newsletters: Expedition Sweden, focusing on adventurous training in Sweden for Armed Forces, University Armed Forces and Cadets, and Paddle Sweden, spotlighting our range of canoeing, kayaking and timber rafting tours for canoe and kayak clubs. Sign up using the forms at the bottom of the page.


As you can see, there is a wide choice of ways to keep ahead of the latest news on our range of holidays in Sweden! We also love to receive comments, photos and suggestions from our clients and are always happy to hear from you.

Best regards

The Nature Travels Team

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