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5 Nights 8 Days Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort Lapland The Northern Light Saariselka

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Finland is a Northern European nation bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. Its capital, Helsinki, occupies a peninsula and surrounding islands in the Baltic Sea.

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 Helsinki is home to the 18th-century sea fortress Suomenlinna, the fashionable Design District and diverse museums. The Northern Lights can be seen from the country’s Arctic Lapland province, a vast wilderness with national parks and ski resorts.



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01 Night Accommodation in Kakslauttanen Small Glass Igloo / Saariselka
01 Nights In Cabin in Kakslauttanen
03 Nights’ Accommodation in Scandic Rovaniemi City
Daily Breakfast
2 x Dinner in Kakslauttanen
Entrance fee
Husky Tour included in Kakslautanen
Reindeer Safari Included in Kakslauttanen
Regular coach from Rovaniemi on a return basis


Any meals apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
Any tours apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals not mentioned in inclusions, tips, porterage, gratuities, laundry, and phone calls
GST @ 5%
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1night in Glass igloo resort  with Breakfast & dinner Finnish Lapland. Sami people, the indigenous people of Lapland.  Saariselka where you will stay in a Glass Igloo, designed especially for the Northern Lights. Check into your Glass roofed cabins and you have a chance to see the Norther Lights – Aurora Borealis – from your room. The room offers all the comfort of a hotel

1nights In Cabin in Kakslauttanen with breakfast & Dinner

2 tours included as below

Reindeer Safari

We drive by car about twenty minutes to meet reindeer, these adorable half-wild animals. After all the reindeer are harnessed, we sit down in sleighs and wrap ourselves in warm fur blankets. The three-kilometre ride allows us to experience the true wilderness of Lapland and magical tranquillity of the forest. After half an hour ride we enjoy homemade berry juice by an open fire in a Lappish tepee, kota, and hear stories of reindeer and their annual cycle of life. You have also possibility take photos with your arctic traveling companion.  

Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes

Husky Safari 3h

On these trips you will see how much fun dog sledding is as you learn to drive your own team of dogs. We start by getting winter overalls and boots for anybody needing them. Then it’s time for your driving lesson. We’ll teach the necessary driving skills and then set off with our huskies through the forest and over hills, following the guide’s team. Participants usually travel in pairs, each taking turns to drive and ride on the sled. 

The route is suitable for beginners. It still requires good balance and strength and you will need to run up small hills. The time spent sledding and the speed will vary according to weather conditions. 

3 Nights Rovaniemi

Our “Lapland Adventure  starts after  breakfast at the hotel. Rovaniemi which is one of the most visited place in Northern Europe is also known as the place where sun does not set. While sun does not set in July at all, in August sun disappears for few hours. What makes Rovaniemi special is the Arctic Circle going through the city. Once you cross the Arctic Circle you can feel the real chill of Artic climate. The region is also the place where The Lovers of Arctic Circle is filmed in 1998.  

Take a tour stop at  the village of Santa Claus. In the colourful village of Santa Claus,  first visit the post office where you can send post cards. Then explore the village and look for Santa Claus to have a picture with him if you can find him! 

The Arctic Circle is a circle of latitude that runs 66°33′45.9″ north of the Equator. It marks the southernmost latitude where the sun can stay continuously below or above the horizon for 24 hours – these phenomena are known as the Midnight Sun in the summer and the Polar Night (“Kaamos”) in the winter.

In Rovaniemi, the Arctic Circle runs through Santa Claus Village, located eight kilometres north of the city centre, where it is clearly marked. Santa Claus Village in Lapland is a popular place to cross the Arctic Circle: here the line is marked, and you can even get a certificate confirming the feat