Right now, the situation is still very strange for many of us. But we hope to be able to run our tours, with some changes. We follow current guidelines from the authorities and will adapt the business to stop the spread of infection. This is a responsibility from both us and the guests. This information may be changed continuously.
Current regulations from the Swedish Health Authority
Here is how to avoid getting infected and infecting others:
- Avoid close contact to each other inside and outside.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer can be an option when you do not have access to water.
- Coughing and sneezing in the arm fold.
- Avoid touching the face (eyes, nose and mouth).
- Stay home when you are sick.
It is important for us that you who visit us feel safe. Therefore we have collected information on how we act in different areas. During all our tours we have a maximum number of 10p, but at the moment less. We might be able to arrange private tours / accommodation on request, depending on the booking situation.
We have extended cleaning and hygiene practices. Both staff and guests are encouraged to wash their hands frequently with soap and warm water. Hand sanitizer is an option when hand washing is not possible. Surfaces that may be transmittable are regularly disinfected.
On our farm we have a guesthouse with 6 beds (three rooms) and one with 4 beds (two rooms), the first with two toilets, and one in the other. We will do our best to ensure that guests do not have to share rooms if they are not in the same company. To spread out the housing, we plan to use extra rooms when needed and keep the number of group participants down.
During our day tours we spend most time outside, because of that it is easier to keep distance. We try to keep distance during the time spent inside (dressing room, meals) as well, and have smaller groups.
During our multi-day tours, we are mostly outdoors but also indoors. As on our day tours we try to keep distance and have smaller groups.
During meals we make sure it is possible to keep a distance. Apart from that, split bigger groups to avoid close contact. Both guests and guides must wash their hands and use hand sanitizer before and after meals. When handling food, we make sure to wash our hands (alternatively use hand sanitizer) and use plastic gloves when direct contact with the food is necessary.
We recommend to our guests to use their own clothes as much as possible, but of course there are warm winter clothes to lend. After a tour should clothes such as gloves, scarf, hat be put in a laundry bin. Riding and snowmobile helmets should be disinfected.
For transfers, we use a minibus with 8 seats. To keep distance, we limit the number of passengers to a maximum of 6p (if not everyone is in the same company). We will clean our cars regularly and disinfect between drives.
If someone gets sick during a tour, we will try to isolate the person in question from the others in the group.
Our regular booking terms applies. Exceptions can be made in case of sickness or restrictions that make it impossible to travel to us. In such a situation, we primarily try to re-book your stay to another date. If you feel unsure about going through with your trip, contact us as soon as possible.
Your responsibility as a guest
We assume that our guests follow the recommendations of the authorities. As a guest you also have a responsibility when you visit us:
- If you have symptoms, stay home. Contact us and we can try to reschedule your tour to another date.
- When travelling here, it is important that you follow recommendations and avoid crowds.
- During the tour, everyone must follow the guidelines we have set up.
- If you feel sick during the tour, we want you to talk to us directly so we can solve it as quickly as possible.
- We provide soap and hand sanitizer where it is most necessary, such as toilets, but we also recommend you to have your own hand sanitizer/wet wipes in your luggage.