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based on 7 nights & selected experiences
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Full Board at Lapland Guesthouse
Husky Sledding excursion
Reindeer farm visit
price per person based on a family of 4
Visit two iconic Scandinavian capitals
Sleep under a glass roof in Lapland
Experience the thrill of husky sledding and snowmobiling
A trip to Lapland between November and March will allow you to make the most of your chances of catching the Northern Lights. And of course there will be snow on the ground too making husky sledding, snow-shoeing and snowmobiling all possible.
This itinerary offers the perfect combination of Sweden and Finland, where you’ll visit both of the country’s charming capital cities along with heading off the beaten track into the wilderness of Lapland. Away from artificial lights, in remote locations you’ll experience the serenity of this winter wonderland, offering plenty of space to try out some thrilling winter activities and maximise your chances of spotting the Northern Lights- a majestic playground for everyone.
You’ll begin in Finland and the capital city of Helsinki. Helsinki is known as a hub for design and architecture and during a guided city tour of this enchanting city you’ll get a chance to walk past beautiful buildings portraying characteristics of both Neoclassical and modern architecture. The striking Temppeliaukio Church has been built into solid rock, topped with a stunning copper dome and is not to be missed. Helsinki is a city built around the water and has a maritime feel, where the buildings are beautifully reflected by the calm waters.
A short hour and a half domestic flight to Kittilä airport takes you into the depths of Finnish Lapland, where the Northern Lights Village Levi is just a further 30-minute drive away. Sleeping under a glass roof whilst- if you're in luck! - the Northern Lights dance above is an experience on many people’s bucket list and an Aurora Cabin at the Northern Lights Village is the perfect place to experience this.
The next stage of your journey takes you over the border into Sweden, a scenic drive taking around two and a half hours. The Lapland Guesthouse is a family-owned Guesthouse where you’ll have a personalised experience as you are welcomed by the charming owners. The Guesthouse is a true winter wonderland with so many activities on offer you are sure not to get bored. Highlights here include husky dog sledding, where you’ll learn the commands to lead the excited pack into the wilderness and speed off into the surrounding landscape. If you prefer the roar of an engine, set out on a snowmobile tour where you’ll cover vast distances, over frozen lakes to reach the heart of this wonderland.
After an action-packed 4-night stay your final stop takes you to Sweden’s capital; Stockholm. You have the option of taking a short detour to visit the iconic Ice hotel where you’ll be able to view the intricate ice carvings and details that make up this stunning structure, made entirely from ice! From here it’s a short transfer to Kiruna for your domestic flight down to Stockholm. A private, guided tour through the city takes you to Stockholm City Hall and past other beautiful buildings such as the Royal Palace and the Cathedral. Built around the water, Stockholm is actually spread across 14 buildings, yet an intricate collection of bridges and a fantastic transport system make it incredibly easy to explore.
Try your hand at driving your own team of dogs over frozen lakes into the snowy wilderness of Swedish Lapland.
Explore the beautiful city of Helsinki with your private guide, admiring its colourful architecture and historical sites. Wander through the city’s winding streets and visit some of Helsinki’s most important landmarks.
Enjoy an exciting journey by snowmobile over stunning landscapes and frozen lakes to find the an magical emblem of Lapland; the Reindeer.
Get creative and use various tools to create your own snowy sculpture.
Travel on snowmobiles through the wilderness of Swedish Lapland as you explore in the most exhilarating way.
Take part in a blissfully peaceful walk into the calm serenity of the surrounding winter wonderland.
Take part in a private snowshoeing expedition through the forest. You will be glad to have these specially-adapted shoes as you make your way down less-trodden paths in the deep snow.
Head to the nearby slopes and whizz your way down at breakneck speed- luckily you have soft snow to cushion you if you fall!
Venture through the snowy Lappish wilderness in true, authentic Finnish style, snug in your wooden reindeer sleigh, for a private visit to Lapland's most famous resident, Father Christmas.
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