Moose Safari in Dalarna
- Meet wild Moose in their natural habitat - Walk in the forest with experienced guide - Outdoor evening meal by the fire place - Learn about Moose and other wildlife - Chance to see other wildlife such as Roe Deer, Crane, Owl, Wolf, Lynx Our guides share their skills of tracking as we search for hoof prints, fresh droppings and bite marks. We will also learn different ways of communicating with Moose. Program for Moose Safari Meet up with your guide in the afternoon. The tour begins with an introduction to Sweden’s wildlife as well as practical guidelines on how to act to increase our chances to encounter wild animals. We transfer together by van to a nearby lake and eat an outdoor dinner in the forest. We then spend the evening walking and driving through the woods in search of Moose and other wildlife. After dark we conclude the tour and return to the starting point. Rates (valid until 31 October, 2014) Adults 1250 SEK Children 695 SEK (up to 15 years) Included: Guided excursion, evening meal. Lodging: This tour does not include any lodging, but feel free to contact us for help with booking your accommodation. Guided activities: This tour includes a guided excursion which typically lasts for 5-6 hours in the evening/night depending on weather conditions and the group’s preferences. During most excursions we transfer by van and then walk through the forest. Tour dates: See our tour calendar for scheduled dates. This tour can also be arranged on request at other dates at a minimum of 4 participants during April-October. When is best: April-September is usually good for Moose watching although the chances to see many Moose may vary during the season. May means more Moose sightings because the calves are born. June and July have long sun hours. Second half of August and all of September means bigger chances to see Moose bulls with antlers because of mating season. Times: The starting and ending time for this tour depends on the season as follows. Please make sure that you are at the meeting location in time. Give us a call if you are late. 1 April – 30 April: 16 – 21 hours 1 May – 15 May: 17 – 22 hours 16 May – 31 July : 18-24 hours 1 Aug – 11 Aug: 17-22 hours 12 Aug – 30 Sep: 16-21 hours Location: This tour starts and ends at the Tourist Information Centre in Rättvik. Suitability: Recommended minimum age is 10 years. Participants should be able to walk in the forest without difficulties. The amount of walking is dependent on the current wildlife situation. Walking level is medium. We may walk up to 1 hour in uneven terrain off trails. Walks include many stops along the way. Group size: Maximum 8 participants per guide. With 2 guides there may be up to 16 participants.