Its The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year So How About Walking In A Winter Wonderland?

It’s that time of year again when the glittery decorations come out, we stock up on delicious food and drink, we rush around getting presents for loved ones, and everyone seems to be in that festive spirit. But one thing we are all probably thinking right now is; how can we make this Christmas even better than last year? By taking a visit to the place where Christmas never ends!

Picture powder white snow, tall mountains, pine forests stretched as far as the eye can see, toboggans in the snow and reindeer sleighs… the perfect winter wonderland. A magical trip to Lapland is just the thing for all the family this time of year and a truly memorable adventure for all ages to enjoy.

Imagine seeing the look on the children’s (and grown-ups!) faces when they meet Father Christmas in his own home along with all his cheeky elves, little helpers and reindeers. Give them a remarkable Christmas this year and let them meet the man that brings Christmas to life. Here the whole family can enjoy a magical private meeting with Father Christmas and receive special gifts from Santa himself. Experience an exhilarating reindeer sleigh ride or a husky sled rides before heading back to your chosen hotel for a nice warm mug of hot chocolate.

Lapland itself spreads across the Arctic Circle of northern Norway, Finland, Sweden, and some parts of Russia. Here you will find towering mountains, magnificent waterfalls, rivers and open wild forests too. It’s no wonder that Lapland is also known as the last big wilderness in Europe and is home to the cultural native Sami people.

A Lapland holiday doesn’t just involve a visit to see Father Christmas, there are also plenty of other things to do and see during your stay. The spectacular Northern Lights in Norway are a definite must-see and will take the breath away of holiday-makers of all ages. Swedish Lapland is home to the amazing magnetite mines of Kiruna and even a huge church made out of ice! For the skiers amongst you, then take a trip to Finnish Lapland, the best place for cross-country skiing and reindeer rides. Or why not discover the indigenous Sami culture at Karasjok in Norwegian Lapland where you can visit the ‘Sami Theme Park.’

To experience all the fun and adventure of Lapland and to make this Christmas one that the family will remember for years to come then let our Lapland holiday experts assist you.

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