Jokkmokk is a charming small town in Swedish Lapland, surrounded by pristine wilderness and home to the indigenous Sami people. Its main street, dotted with wooden buildings, is a delight to explore, with traditional craft and souvenir shops, galleries and cafés. For an insight into Sami life, explore the Ájtte Museum, or take a reindeer-sledding tour for a taste of traditional transport. The area also offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as snowshoeing, hiking and fishing, as well as some of the best views of the Northern Lights. Whatever you do, don’t leave without sampling the local delicacy, reindeer stew.