“As long as you stay on the carriage, the moose will come and greet you – on their conditions of course,” says Leif Lindh, also known as Leffe, who runs Gårdsjö Älgpark. The park, a fenced 25-hectare area, celebrates ten years this summer and is the home to 11 moose. Twice daily, Leffe takes groups inside the area to meet his giant friends. Most of them he has known since they were born and he often sleeps in the forest, which is why they have such a unique relationship. “Our guests can also experience sleeping in the moose park, but they get to enjoy our cosy cottage,” Leffe enthuses.