True Nature Sweden

Johanneshov, Haninge

From a trip around the world to Sweden's wilderness 
William Gilman, founder of True Nature Sweden has spent years in the heart of Swedish nature before he decided to share his passion.

Originally from Belgium, William travelled around the world for 5 years with only his backpack and his tent. Throughout his journeys he has acquired all needed skills to survive in the deepest jungles and the coldest winters. It's on one of his trips in Asia that he meets his future wife and decides to settle down with her in her home country: Sweden - But not without leaving his passion! William has since then been travelling through Sweden, discovering it's entire nature and culture.

In 2016 he founded True Nature Sweden in order to share his love for trekking, Swedish culture and the wilderness at its purest state. Together with the True Nature Sweden team and through different tour offerings, True Nature Sweden brings people together and makes them discover the stunning landscapes and nature that Sweden has to offer. Depending on everyone's pace and curiosity the tours vary from "easy discovery" daily treks to hardcore trekking in winter!

On the "Island hopping" in Stockholm Archipelago we’ll explore different islands by kayak along the day. Our kayak tour will be granted by a filling meal on one of the deserted islands. There, we’ll take time to rest, with only companion of the swell of the Baltic Sea and the singing birds. By the end of the afternoon, we will paddle back to Dalarö; our starting point. We’ll go around other islands and get the opportunity to see other fantastic things from this part of the archipelago that is probably one of the nicest and wildest. It’d also be magical to see a sea eagle circling around the islands, looking for the ideal prey. Maybe one of those numerous migratory birds like different types of goose or the famous great cormorant flying over the horizon to the direction up north.

With full of memories and refilled by pure air, we’ll return to Stockholm, to the joy of civilization