10D7N Finland Winter Spectacular

Kakslauttanen

Escape to Finland for a winter holiday like no other. Lapland’s snowy countryside is an enchanted playground just waiting to be explored! Race through the powdery snow on a husky ride or challenge your loved ones with some high-octane ice karting – both are sure to get pulses racing. Make time for traditional activities, too; nothing beats snuggling up by the fire and fishing in icy waters as you wait patiently for one of nature’s most spectacular sights – The Northern Lights will take your breath away!

  • All-inclusive itinerary. No hidden cost. No optional tour.
  • 15 Meals: 7 Breakfast, 5 Lunches, 3 Dinners
  • Visit the famous Rock Church
  • Instagrammable Helsinki tour
  • Stay in the reknowned Kelo-glass Igloo
  • Visit Santa’s home for drinks and ginger biscuits
  • Reindeer safari
  • 3N stay in Levi
  • Ice fishing and snow mobile adventure
  • Visit to the mythical Elves Village
  • Cross country ski
  • Cert for crossing the Arctic Circle
  • Visit Santa’s post office
  • Husky farm visit and sled ride
  • Aurora hunting tour with photographer
  • Ice karting
  • 6 nights to view the Northern Lights

Spring (March to May)

Spring in Finland is characterized by the melting of snow and ice, and temperatures usually range from 0°C to 10°C. As the snow melts, the landscape begins to turn green, and the trees start to bud. Spring is also the season of the Midnight Sun, which occurs in northern Finland between late May and early July.

Summer (June to August)

Summer in Finland is relatively short but can be quite warm, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C. The days are long, and in northern Finland, the sun doesn’t set at all for several weeks during the summer months. Summer is a popular time for outdoor activities in Finland, such as hiking, fishing, and berry picking.

Autumn (September to November)

Autumn in Finland is characterized by the changing colors of the leaves, and temperatures usually range from 0°C to 10°C. The days start to get shorter, and the nights become colder. Autumn is also the season of the Northern Lights, which can be seen in northern Finland from September to March.

Winter (December to February)

Winter in Finland can be quite cold, with temperatures ranging from -10°C to -30°C in some parts of the country. The landscape is covered in snow, and many lakes and rivers freeze over. Winter is a popular time for winter sports in Finland, such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice fishing. It is also a great time to see the Northern Lights.

Day 1.

Assemble at Changi Airport for our flight to Helsinki, the capital of Finland.

Helsinki

Day 2.

  • Arrive Helsinki and commence on our curated tour of the city.

  • Begin our tour with a visit to the Hakaniemi food hall for its huge range of products that form the base of Nordic cuisine.

  • Explore iconic landmarks such as the public library Oodi and the external pods of Amos Rex Museum.

  • On the elegant coastline of the city, we can find the quirky Loyly, a sauna restaurant complex with a stunning sea view. Visit Café Regatta, an adorable café very popular with the locals and instagrammers.

  • Make a photo stop at the Sibelius Monument which is created to honour the famous Finnish composer.

Hakaniemi Food Hall
Oodi Library Helsinki

Day 3.

  • Board a domestic flight to Ivalo, located roughly 250km above the Arctic Circle.

  • Drive to Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland’s most enchanting holiday resort nestled amidst the beautiful Finnish wilderness.

  • Check in to a Kelo-Glass Igloo combining the warmth of a cosy log cabin, featuring a private sauna, fireplace, kitchenette and a bedroom under a stunning glass roof. (Single traveller accommodated in glass igloo instead).

  • Visit Santa’s home, an idyllic red cabin located deep in the heart of the forest, where Santa and his wife receive visitors. Enjoy hot drinks and ginger biscuits served by elves.

  • Tonight, marks the first out of six nights to witness the natural phenomenon known as Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Note: The Northern Lights occur from late August to late March. Sightings are subject to suitable weather conditions.

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort
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