Make sure you will be safe by preparing for your trip and learning about your surroundings.
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Safe & Secure
Safe & Secure
The High Coast is a place of open sea, steep mountains and deep forests – perfect for those with a sense of adventure. But before you venture out into nature, make sure you will be safe by preparing for your trip and learning about your surroundings.
Here are some tips and advice for those of you planning to visit us here in the High Coast. With a bit of planning it is easy to feel both safe and relaxed during your visit.
We all know that this summer, things are a little different from usual. We have more restrictions than we are used to and regulations we have to follow when we are travelling and visiting beaches, nature reserves, restaurants, camping areas and museums, among other places. The most important thing is that we all follow the rules, help each other and show respect for each other. You can find up-to-date information on the current situation at any time by visiting the Emergency Information from Swedish Authorities’ website: krisinformation.se.
The High Coast Tourist Information is here for you so please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions before your visit.
In an emergency
112is the emergency number in acute emergency situations. An emergency situation is when you need immediate help from an ambulance, emergency service, police, sea/air/mountain rescue or poison information.
1177is the number to call if you or someone you are with has become sick and you need advice from a registered nurse. You can also ring this number if you want advice on who to contact within the health system to help you with your situation.
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