Incentive trips in Finland & Sweden
Are you planning corporate event, meetings or teambuilding activities?
Would you like to maximize your team’s loyalty and motivation?
Or you would like to invite your important customers or staff for memorable trip?
We will help you to arrange travel incentive tours as for individuals and for groups. We can offer a wide range of incentive tours with our co-operation partners. Our tailored packages come with transportation, accommodation.
Incentive is a popular kind of corporate tourism nowdays. It’s planned event or trip to encourage people and motivate employees or partners to increase certain activity.
Group incentives are awarded where it’s all about the team effort. This encourages better communication & tighter teamwork . A good team will work hard together & show better loyalty towards one another as they are rewarded for their honesty and input.
Individual Incentives are focused on single employees or business partners.
Gotland – Swedish island adventure
Gotland is one of the largest islands in the Baltic Sea with more than 90 churches. It is located on the south coast of Sweden, just 150 km. away from Stockholm. It’s really hard to believe, that you are in a scandinavian country. The coast is famous for its sandy beaches.
The pearl of the Baltic is a medieval town of Visby. This city is protected by UNESCO and founded in the 12th century. The Hanseatic city of roses and ruins leaves a deep impression with lots of lovely old houses, narrow streets, ancient churches, medieval fortress wall, which stretches for over 3 kilometers.
Example itinerary for Gotland:
Day 1. Transfer by bus from Finland to Sweden. Arrival to your hotel in Visby (we cooperate with Best Western Strand Hotels)
Dinner in local restaurant with seasonal specialities.
Day 2. Breakfast. Guided tour to explore Visby: Viking trading places, ruins, churches from Mediavel times. Dinner in historical settings.
Day 3. Visit the remote island Fårö with places where lived Ingmar Bergman, Swedish genius film director. Visit wonder stone sculptures called ”raukar”- the remnants of reefs formed more than 400 million years ago . Back to the Gotland, main island.
Day 4. Breakfast. The northern part of the island is characterised by a harsh and unique nature with steep cliffs and water-filled limestone quarries. There are nature reserves and hiking trails, beaches and stunning sea stack fields.
Many of the quarries on Gotland are now filled with water, including this quarry which has been named the Blue Lagoon. During the summer, the old quarry becomes a very popular swimming spot.
The Lummelunda Cave
A visit to the Lummelunda cave is a fantastic experience for everyone, regardless of age. You can join a guided tour taking you 400 million years back in time. Open during the summer season.
Day 5. Breakfast. South Gotland. Visiting Bottarve Museum Farm, where you step straight into the 19th century. The museum is open during the summer season and organises exhibitions, activities as for the kids and adults, lectures, theatre shows , guided tours around the farm. Shopping local handicrafts or a spa-treatment.
Day 6. Departure from magic island Gotland. Ferry from Stockholm to Helsinki/Turku
Please note: This tour involves moderate walking over uneven and cobbled surfaces. This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or for those who utilise a wheelchair. We suggest guests wear seasonal clothes and flat, comfortable, walking shoes. Please make sure to bring local currency for any purchases.
Also can be organized:
- exursion in Stockholm
- a boat trip to one of the Nordic gems to Stora Karlsö – the second oldest natural reserve in the world, first and foremost known for its abundant bird life. Crossing time is about 30 minutes.
- staying for a night in Nynäshämn
Contact us and we will put together an incentive adventure package based on your wishes: email@example.com.