Finnish Lapland in Winter

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Run by: Intrepid

Reference number: BMXF

From: £2070.00

Lapland, home of the indigenous Saami people, is a magical place of pristine peaks and snow-dusted woodlands. In this Arctic wonderland, the cold air is cut only by the sound of rushing rivers and panting huskies as they prepare to rush across this impossibly vast, white wilderness. Strap on your hiking boots and crunch a path through Finland’s spectacular taigas, get cosy with the locals over a glass of salmari and experience the rush of a real dog-sled. From the docks of Helsinki to mountainous Yllastunturi and Santa’s workshop in Rovaniemi – witness a beautiful part of the world where Christmas feels always close. Highlights/r/n
  • Be pulled across the landscape at high speed on the back of a dog sled. These incredible huskies are doing what they love most – making a lot of noise before rushing along sprawling trails
  • Visit a local Finnish family, who will guide you through their world and lifestyle. You will be shown their skills in reindeer herding with the option to get close and personal with some of the animals on the farm
  • The aurora borealis is the best lightshow on Earth, and this trip is your ticket. Stay up late to see the northern sky dance with green light (subject to weather conditions)


Departure Date Return Date Availability Price
07/12/2019 14/12/2019 Sold out £2235.00
14/12/2019 21/12/2019 12 £2095.00
04/01/2020 11/01/2020 9 £2070.00
11/01/2020 18/01/2020 12 £2070.00
18/01/2020 25/01/2020 12 £2175.00
01/02/2020 08/02/2020 12 £2070.00
08/02/2020 15/02/2020 9 £2175.00
29/02/2020 07/03/2020 12 £2070.00
07/03/2020 14/03/2020 12 £2175.00

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