Getting that close to the huge moose does something to a person. You may even be able to touch. And be touched.
A memory for life!
Most Swedes have seen wild Moose in nature. But rarely as close as you see them here. With us, you are still in nature with free-ranging animals coming up to you. That is huge. And memorable.
Do you dare to look them in the eye?
Our oldest bulls are really huge. And they come close. The size of their antlers varies over the season. Their powerful presence is always the same.
Adventure awaits, get on board!
Our "Little Grey Fergie"-tractors and custom made wagons take you right out into the fenced 25 hectares of forest. The Moose meets you there. No safety-net. Regardless of the weather. Something to remember.
The Man who kissed the Moose
That he is the only one in the world who swims with the Moose is old news. The kisses too. But it seems to have reached a new level this year. Maybe he is the only one in the world doing this too??? The MooseMan and Holger
Kisses are only for the chosen few
But getting really close is for all of our guests. The Moose gladly come up to the wagons and sometimes you wonder who is checking out who?
Meet the King of the Forest!
At Gardsjo Moose Park you get really close to the Moose. And you get to meet the Moose Man himself!
Due to the new restrictions that apply to Covid-19, we have taken the following measures.
-Registration / payment takes place outdoors
-All Tickets need to be booked by E-mail prior to the visit, NO DROP-IN available. -All orders of food/coffee/refreshments is made outdoors.
-Eating takes place outdoors or in our large lodge (not heated).
-In the souvenir shop we will only allow a maximum of 5 people.
-During the safari we will ensure that there is plenty of space on the wagons for your convenience.
We hope that through these changes and by showing consideration for each other, we will help reduce the spread of infection.
The park is now open on all Saturdays during November and until December the 19th
The last safari tour of the year will be on Sunday the 27th of December.
The moose tour starts at 11.00 (Please be there in advance.)