Like stepping stones out into the pristine waters of the Baltic Sea, the island communities of the Stockholm Archipelago boast a rich heritage. Keen to get off the beaten path on the Stockholm Archipelago? Here’s our guide. | wanderlusters.com
A Sami woman and child with their reindeer. Sweden. Jokkmokk, Sweden. There are roughly 70,000 indigenous Sami people who live in the Arctic and subarctic areas of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Russian Kola peninsula (collectively known as the Sápmi region). 20,000 of them live in Swedish Lapland.