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A visit to Eriksberg is something out of the ordinary. Eriksberg is nine square kilometers of nature reserve situated in the heart of Blekinges archipelago. The reserve is inhabited by wild bison, several types of stag and deer, wild boar and Mufflon sheep. 

Take a safari trip around the reserve observe the wildlife in this unique coastal habitat. Thick, leafy, deciduous forest and enthralling cliff formations can be seen. There is also very rich bird life and one of the largest concentrations of red lilies in the world. If your luck is in you may well get to observe the mighty sea eagle. The 10 kilometer can either be undertaken by car or in the company of one of the experienced guides. Guided trips must always be booked in advance. If you are driving your own car then there is a guide cd available for loan. Dogs are also welcome to Eriksberg but they must be remain on a lead at all times when outside of the vehicle.

Outside of the regular season Eriksberg is still open for visits but solely for pre bookings.

Read more at www.eriksberg.nu

Last updated: 2013-12-16