The Hotel Jokkmokk is a contemporary hotel situated in the heart of Swedish Lapland within the Arctic Circle and offers easy access to the centre of Jokkmokk and has great views over Lake Talvatis. This Arctic hideaway offers a unique combination of Lappish heritage and the chance to sample delicious Lapland specialities cooked by a team of talented local chefs.

Nestling on the shore of Lake Talvatis with the wilderness just outside the door it is a unique venue from which to discover the forests, lake and mountains of Swedish Lapland.

Fully equipped with 88 rooms,atmospheric restaurant, cocktail bar, sauna and gym and full conference facilities it is the perfect base for a business or pleasure trip.


Swedish gastronomy is the focus of the international food media, the clean unspoilt wilderness of Lapland produces the very best of ingredients and our team of talented chefs deliver the very best of the local cuisine with an international twist.


Drivers Paradise is situated in Jokkmokk, a town located in the heart of Swedish Lapland which is home to the Sami people and a popular destination within the Arctic Circle for viewing the Northern Lights

Imagine driving a on specially prepared ice tracks on a frozen lake in fully prepared rally cars fitted with studded tyres. Trekking through the snow covered trees in the forests on Arctic Cat Snowmobiles or on Dog Sleds pulled by nine Siberian Huskies. Learn to drive four wheel Jeeps on snow covered forest tracks.


Your Adventure Starts Here

As places in the world to see, Lapland is right up there with the best. Superb winter action safaris on snowmobile or dog sled, woodland hikes, displays of the Northern Lights, fine food and great adventures with Drivers Paradise driving on ice lakes in rally cars. Sample the local Sami culture with museums and even visit a Reindeer farm.

Lapland’s towering trees and mountainous landscapes can be experienced through snowy trips on a dogsledding experience as your expert trained huskies dodge between fir branches along the prepared tracks, or if you prefer a faster pace a faster pace, board a snowmobile to explore Lapland’s wild countryside.