Bohuslän Sunset
Scandinavian Kayaking Adventures

Decide When to Go

Our season runs from early May until Mid September.

May to mid-June

May is a lovely month, buzzing with anticipation for the upcoming summer. The leaves have appeared on the trees and flowers have started to bloom. You may awake to a springtime frost which soon melts away when the sun rises above the horizon. Early in the season, you will find it's very quiet around the archipelago with not many other boats out on the water. In June, being so high up North, the daytime is very long and it hardly gets dark at night meaning you can kayak into the evening whilst you look for the perfect camping spot on one of the many islands.

Mid-June to mid-August

The sea has started to warm as we enter the prime summer months. Temperatures can hit 25c in June, July and August, very occasionally edging up towards 30c. This is when Bohuslän Coast really comes alive, with more pleasure craft out on the water and the fishing villages fill with tourists looking to get a taste of some of the famous Bohuslän seafood. The Swedish summer is characterised by seemingly endless days. Even in peak season, as the evening draws in, the pleasure boats leave and you are often able to get an island all to yourself. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy swimming in the clear waters off the coast and all other perks of the high season.

Mid-August to mid-September

The days have started to cool down but the sea is just about warm enough to enjoy an evening swim. Sunsets are at their best at this time of the year and the final rays lighting the pink Bohuslän granite is a sight you will remember forever. At this time of the year, you will find it's very quiet around the archipelago with very few people around. The nights are darker again meaning the stars are visible again and on a clear night you can see the milky way streak across the night sky. An evening spent by the campfire is highly recommended before you prepare to snuggle in your sleeping bag for the night.

Book Trip

Visit our Packages page to see what trips we offer. Choose from the trips we have available and the date you want to book. Click 'BOOK' to fill in the booking form. Paying the deposit of 500 SEK (£40, 50€) per person will secure your place.
You can choose to pay the deposit in SEK, GBP or EUR.

Once this is paid, we will get back to you confirming that your trip is booked and you can then book your flight and any accommodation you require.

The remaining balance will be paid at the launch spot by cash or credit/debit card (American Express, JCB, Visa, Diners Club, Mastercard or Maestro).

You must: Understand that all kayaking is at your own risk. Have good swimming skills. Always wear the provided life vest whilst paddling. Be under 120kg per person. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Book Flight

If you are flying in, it's now time to book your flight to Gothenburg Landvetter.

Transfers to the starting point at Bohuslän are available and included from any Gothenburg hotel/hostel at 09:00 on the first day, so it's best to arrive a day before the tour starts to give yourself some time to rest before setting off. On the last day of the trip you'll be transferred back to Gothenburg (either to the airport or hotel/hostel) from the final point at 14:00 (transfer approx 2h). If you're flying back on the last day, be sure to book a flight after 18:30.

There are various airlines which fly direct to Gothenburg Landvetter from many major European cities.
Popular direct routes include:

From/To UK:
Ryanair: London Stansted <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)
Ryanair: Manchester <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (twice weekly, direct)
Ryanair: Edinburgh <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (twice weekly, direct)
Norwegian Air: London Gatwick <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)
Norwegian Air: Manchester <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (twice weekly, direct)
British Airways: London Heathrow <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)

From/To Ireland:
Ryanair: Dublin <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (twice weekly, direct)

From/To Germany:
Easyjet: Berlin Tegel <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (3 per week, direct)
BRA: Berlin Tegel <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)
Czech Airlines: Hamburg <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)
Lufthansa: Munich <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)
Lufthansa: Frankfurt <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)

From/To Holland:
KLM: Amsterdam Schiphol <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)

From/To Belgium:
Brussels Airlines: Brussels International <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)

From/To France:
Air France: Paris Charles de Gaulle <-> Gothenburg Landvetter (daily, direct)

From/To Switzerland:
Swiss Air: Zürich <-> Gothenburg Landvettter (daily, direct)

We have only listed popular direct flights above.
There are plenty of indirect flights and flights from other airports available.

Book Accommodation

We pickup from any Gothenburg hotel or hostel at 09.00 on the first day of your trip, so it's best to arrive a day before the tour starts. You may also choose to spend an extra night in Gothenburg after the trip or we can drop you back at the airport.

Below are a few hotels/hostels recommended for good value and location.

Cheap & Cheerful

Spoton Hostel & Sportsbar

Le Mat B&B Göteborg City

Mid Price & Central

Hotel Opera

Hotel Royal

Scandic Rubinen

STF City Hotel


Clarion Hotel Post

Gothia Towers

Close to the Airport

Landvetter BnB


Dusk at Bohuslän