We currently do not operate any regular transfers or activities from May 27th through September and can only accept larger group bookings during this period. For alternative travel options and visiting information please refer to Kiruna Lapland.
For questions related to Kungsleden (The King’s trail) we highly recommend contacting the Swedish Tourist Association who established the route and operate the huts along the trail.
Visit Abisko is a transportation company offering tours and transfers with base in Abisko. Although you will find useful information about Abisko and accommodation tips on our website, we do recommend contacting Kiruna Lapland for general travel information. Kiruna Lapland is the the official tourist information agency in the Kiruna region.
We normally schedule all transfers to leave 30 minutes after the corresponding flight has landed. Kiruna Airport is very small and as there are no customs on any of the domestic flights you will have plenty of time to collect your baggage and get on the bus. A Visit Abisko representative will meet you as you step into the combined arrival hall and baggage reclaim area.
Our transfers are scheduled to arrive at least 90 minutes before the corresponding flight departure, to make sure that you will get to the airport in good time. The scheduled transfer time to Kiruna Airport is 2:20 hours which will accommodate for pick-ups at all hotels and hostels in Abisko-Björkliden as well as slight delays due to road work and winter road conditions.
Yes, within reason. If you are not at said time and place for the transfer the driver will try to locate you by phone or by contacting the hotel/hostel you are staying at. If he/she is still unable to get in contact with you, the transfer will leave at the stated departure time. In the event of a delayed flight the transfer will wait up to a maximum of 60 minutes but this is at the driver’s discretion and is dependent on other customers and transfers.
Your driver will meet you as you enter the airport at the luggage carousel. The driver will be holding a Visit Abisko sign and will be dressed in Visit Abisko attire. If you are still having difficulties, look for a vehicle parked outside with the Visit Abisko logo on it.