©Martin Olson

Winner of 360°Experience 2020:

A Food Journey Through the Wilderness, using all your senses

Welcome to Sweden's most accessible wilderness, just 50 minutes from Stockholm!

Enjoy a guided canoe tour on ancient waterways used by the Vikings on their way to the important trading centre if Birka. Magnificent Bronze Age barrows are visible on the cliffs surrounding the lakes.

The Marviken lakes were created by a volcanic eruption 250 million years ago, resulting in faults (fractures in the crystalline basement) that have given this area its' unique character. Reaching a depth of 65 metres and with cliffs rising out of the water to a hight of 60 meters, the lakes are the perfect place to see and have experiences among Sweden's wild animals.

The area is a treasure trove of nature lovers and cultural history enthusiasts alike. 

The day combines walking, canoeing and experiences for all the senses amidst the nature of Södermanland. We will also share the pleasure of sitting around a fire. 

Press the pause button, take the chance to relax and recharge. 

The package includes all food and drink, plus canoe equipment such as paddles and life jackets.

We prioritize seasonal local ingredients, cooked over an open fire.

And, of course, we strive to make all aspects of our business sustainable.

Read more about 360°EAT GUIDE's 2020 competition here!


©Martin Olson

Good to know:

Bring clothes to suit the weather

We observe any bans on lighting fires and follow current Covid-19 guidance


Please mention any allergies or dietary preferences when making an enquiry or booking.


Approximately 7 hours; start time by arrangement

For bookings:


Arranged and hosted by:

Emma Grön


Naturkraft Eskilstuna