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Lapland  - The Magical Journey

"Do not go where the path may lead; go where there is no path and leave a trail."


Few places awaken the inner child in us like Lapland. It is a place for adventure and where the magic of nature unfolds before your very eyes. To stand here surrounded by silence as you watch the dancing Aurora is a moment that will live with you forever. Lapland is an astonishingly beautiful place, and the first moment you step foot beyond the Arctic circle, you know you, indeed, are somewhere remarkable.

Coming to Lapland is a journey of a lifetime and one of those places on your bucket list of places to venture. The only way to describe Lapland is that there is tranquillity and a true sense of peacefulness. There is time to reflect, experience and appreciate nature and sit in awe at all around you. Lapland is a personal journey for the soul and one where memories are truly made that last forever. 

It is a place filled with a sense of magic and the sounds of nature. The hues of a winter sun barely rising above the horizon emits a delicate, ethereal glow that beautifies the landscape in soft pinky bluish glows. The trees hang frozen and take on mysterious forms, and as we pass them by, the imagination begins to see mystical shapes and creatures.

If you truly want to experience something special then join us on our Magical Lapland Adventure.

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17th -27th


February 2024

2 nights Helsinki | 7 nights Lapland | 1 night Helsinki| 10 Breakfasts | 8 Dinners | Daily Activities | Guided Experiences | Cultural Experiences|Lapland Airport Transfers


2nd - 12th 


March 2024

10 Nights |2 Nights Helsinki | 7 Nights Lapland | 1 Night Helsinki | 10 Breakfast  | 9 Dinners |Airport Transfers | Daily Activities & Experiences |Guided Excursions |


16th - 26th


March 2024

10 Nights |2 Nights Helsinki | 7 Nights Lapland | 1 Night Helsinki | 10 Breakfast  | 9 Dinners |Airport Transfers | Daily Activities & Experiences |Guided Excursions |



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Helsinki to Finnish Lapland

The journey beyond your dreams

Magical Lapland Adventure 2024

2 nights Helsinki | 7 nights Lapland | 1 night Helsinki| 10 Breakfasts |7 Lunches | 8 Dinners | Daily Activities | Guided Experiences | Cultural Experiences|Lapland Airport Transfers

PLEASE NOTE: This Adventure involves Huskies, Snowmobiles, late-evening activities in the dark, and Aurora Hunting. This Tour is unsuitable for those who are not actively fit or can walk through snowy landscapes. We can travel up to 25 km on some of these experiences with Huskies and Snowmobiles, and a good all-around fitness level is required. We can, of course, tailor this to suit your requirements and alter activities as required.

In Lapland all outdoor clothing and protective helmets, boots and thermal suits are provided.

Excludes International Airfare and Internal Flights


Cost Per Person £6,875

 Single Supplement £650

Booking Terms 

Land of the Northern Lights

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Breathtaking Moments

Winter in Lapland is a time that challenges the mind with the seemingly endless darkness from 3 pm and the nights seem to be of endless darkness yet in the darkness we are able to see what is never visible in the daylight because actually there is sunlight from thousands of suns far far away. In a place with no light pollution, the sun sends greetings in the dark. Particles from violent storms on the surface of the sun travel towards the earth and collide with our magnetic field and create a solar storm we call the Aurora Borealis or the northern lights. There is an air of excitement as we head out to search the heavens for a glimpse of these heavenly lights. Suddenly we see the bright light glimmer on the horizon. We pause and then the sky is filled with the dancing Aurora. They shimmer and dart across the sky, sometimes faint and other times so colourful that the heavens seem alive. Seeing them we forget the outside world and drift with our thoughts. This is a moment we will never forget.


More Reindeer than people

Home of the Reindeer

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Roaming Free

There is something magical about Reindeer that illuminates a softness in every heart. Maybe its those fond memories of childhood when we wrote a letter to santa and waited for Rudolph and his friends to come with santa. Lapland is the land of the Reindeer and the indigenous Sami. There are over 200,00 reindeer in Finnish Lapland and you are guaranteed to see them on any of our adventures. For the Sami people, the Reindeer is revered in Sami culture because for thousands of years these perfectly adapted Arctic survivors have provided families with meat and milk; hides for clothing, shoes and tents; bones and antlers for tools, handicrafts and weapons; and sinews for sewing. This is reflected in the language: there are thought to be about 1,000 Sami words devoted to reindeer appearance, behaviour and habits.


Home of the Sami People

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The Sami

 The Sami are indigenous people who inhabit Sápmi, their preferred name for Lapland, and adjacent areas of northern Norway, Sweden, and Finland, as well as the Kola Peninsula of Russia. They are speakers of the Sami languages, which are endangered, and their unique way of life is something beyond most people's imagination. No journey to this part of the world would ever be complete without learning, meeting and listening to their stories and understanding the actual value of indigenous languages, peoples and, of course, the Power of the Yoik.

The Sami know and live in this hostile landscape and it is a privilege  to learn more about their way of life beyond the Arctic circle and the implications of climate change which even threatens their world and that of. the Reindeer.  


Cherish the moment in silence

Land of the soft light

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Rejuvinate in the afterglow


Lapland is a journey into a pristine environment where silence is golden, and all our adventures are created to enable you to experience nature at its best. This is the time to reconnect with your heart and your inner soul. Breathe the pure air, reflect and embrace a magical world filled with enriching experiences and in doing so, find your inner happy place.

Lapland’s location above the Arctic Circle also means that during the winter season, the sun never rises above the horizon which means there is no light for a couple of weeks and this is known as the polar nights. These extreme contrasts in light are caused by the rotation of the earth in relation to the position of the sun and the further north you go the greater the contrasts.

Imagine that feeling in January of seeing the sun return and feeling it on your face is so overwhelming and is like seeing the sun for the first time in your life. In the winter there is the twilight light and the most beautiful light., almost like a long, slow sunrise without the sun. If there is a clear sky there is a soft pink light that gets spread over the landscape and it is so beautiful.

This is a photographers dream to try and capture the hues and the stillness in the landscape. ~Every moment in this cherished land is one to savour


Heartfelt Moments

Heading to Lapland is always something filled with excitement and the unknown and nothing could be more rewarding than a visit to Father Christmas. Lapland and the far north have been home to Santa, and every year, thousands of families make their way to his home in the far north. Maybe you wrote a letter to Santa when you were a child and sent it off, hoping to receive your wanted gift at Christmas time. Over hundreds of years, the story of Santa has evolved and was originally inspired by Santa-like figures from the Norse god Oden. Through the centuries these stories and myths developed and in the 16th century were combined with St Nicholas to create the Santa figure we are familiar with today. The original home of Santa was said to be the north pole but the people of Finland recognised that the north pole was a cold and inhospitable place where no herd of reindeer could live so in 1927, on Finnish radio by broadcaster Marcus Rautioit was announced that Santas workshop had been found in Korvatunturi fel.


Journey beyond the Arctic Circle

The Tour

The Journey of Dreams

Release Your Inner Adventurer

Our Lapland Adventure is a tour for those seeking a truly authentic experience in the heart of Lapland Nature. Our uniquely tailored tour brings you the true essence of Lapland through carefully chosen experiences that immerse and awaken you to the true wonder of Lapland. Imagine the feeling of freedom as you mush through the pristine snowy landscape with your team of Huskies, or take a snowmobile ride through ancient birch forests where the trees have taken on the most incredible forms from stunted growth in this challenging environment. Feel the excitement as we head out to seek the Aurora on a crisp, clear night and suddenly see them above us dancing carefree across the sky or maybe a day with the Sami herders as they tend their Reindeer far out in the depths of the forest, imagine the thrill of close to a thousand Reindeer all around you and learning from the incredible Sami herders the story of their lives and their love of their Reindeer.


Your friends on your journey

Land of the Huskies

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Feel the Power

When you arrive ready for your Huskie ride, you are greeted with the chorus of eager Huskies howling, barking, and ready to go and get out into the big beyond. It's deafening, it's exciting, and it is awesome to hear and see. The dogs are ready and impatient as your great adventure is about to begin. They know the routine now they wonder, are you up for the adventure? Mushing with Huskies is one of the most thrilling experiences in nature, and with you in charge of your team, you quickly form a bond and set out together. The landscape seems to float by as your team leads you through the forests, up small hills and across vast snowy landscapes. Everything is a distraction; this is total freedom. Then there are those nighttime adventures with your team of huskies where the darkness brings new challenges and a greater appreciation for these incredible animals as they race you through the landscape under the Aurora up above. This is one of the most magical moments in Lapland.



Go beyond the norm

Incredible Snowmobiles

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  • Arrive Helsinki and make your way to the hotel and gather at 4pm for a meet and greet your fellow passengers before we head out for a short stroll into the surrounding environment and to the harbour. we will sample some local produce before making our way back to the hotel . The early evening sees us head to one of Helsinkis famous restaurants for a feats of Finland and a toast to our great adventure.

  • After a wonderful breakfast, we head out on a discovery tour of Helsinki and visit some incredible churches and discover more about this incredible town; with our local guide, we learn about local culture, the incredible history and experience this city like a local by using trams and boats to get around. Evening at leisure and dinner on your own or with your new-found travel buddies

  • The morning finds us going to the airport and boarding our plane to Lapland. After a short flight, we land in the far north, 400km beyond the Arctic Circle. Our guides meet us at the airport before we set off on a special adventure with huskies through the beautiful landscape and forests before having our first welcome lunch in a wilderness location. On arrival at the hotel, we are shown to our rooms before we gather for a welcome drink and a welcome dinner; after dinner free time to explore outside and see if the Aurora are dancing above before you drift off to sleep in this magical landscape.

  • Following breakfast we head out with our private guide for a short drive and into the world of the Sami. The Sami are the indigenous people of Lapland and today we learn all about their culture and world we visit the famous  Siida Museum with our guide and learn more about the history of the place and its people. Early afternoon we board our snowmobiles and head off to the wilderness and deeper into the Sami culture and visit some special sites and the oldest building in Lapland that has existed since 1760. We have a Lapland lunch before heading back to the Sami Parliament house for a short film and tour before we make our way back to the hotel. Evening activities given on day

  • Another morning in Lapland and today we head off for the fantastic adventure with the Sami and the Reindeer. We head out into the vast forest with the Sami herders and learn about their life and their passion and love for the Reindeer. This cultural experience is so enriching and personal as we get close to almost 1000 Reindeer and have a lunch over an open fire out in the Lapland wilderness. We learn about the life of a Sami herder and how they follow the Reindeer. Late lunch back at the hotel and a chance to relax this afternoon before dinner and another night of wonderful activities which will include Aurora hunting with our local guide.

  • Today is another exciting day with the huskies and we head out on a long husky tour with lunch at the traditional “Kota” wilderness hut, This is a real wow experience as we seem to race through the forests and up small hills and out into the wilderness with these incredible huskies. They just love to run and run and one is always left in awe at their incredible stamina and power. After we return to our base we then have a chance to get close to the dogs and meet some of our friends from the previous day from the Reindeer

    Evening Aurora tour, options incl. aurora hunt by car/snowmobiles/tank or Sauna  

  • Today is another day of fun-filled adventure  Snowmobiling around 3 peaks around the Saariselkä area as we drive through the tortured forests, up the peaks and take in amazing views before a nice local lunch. After lunch (Fieno) we will visit an authentic gold prospector for inside knowledge about life within Lapland Gold. This is a true link back to the times and The Lapland Gold Rush, also known as the Ivalo Gold Rush. This was a gold rush that occurred in the 1870s in Lapland and Gold prospectors have been searching for gold in Lapland for 150 years
    Evening Aurora tour, options incl. aurora hunt by car/snowmobiles/tank or Sauna 

  • Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled adventure in Ivalo's winter wonderland as you embark on the exhilarating experiences of Electric Snowscooters and Ice Karting. Brace yourself for the thrill of high-speed rides across the snowy landscapes and the excitement of racing on icy tracks, creating unforgettable memories in the heart of the Arctic. Hop on an Electric Snowscooter and zoom through the pristine winter scenery, feeling the rush of the wind against your face as you navigate through snowy trails and forests. These eco-friendly snowscooters offer a thrilling ride while minimizing environmental impact, allowing you to explore the beauty of the Arctic landscapes with a clear conscience. Return early afternoon for some down time and an opportubnity to try the sauna and jacuzzi before a final dinner in Lapland and one last adventure out into the starry sky in search of the Aurora. 

  • Our final day in Lapland sees us go on one last snowmobile adventure into the tortured forests and to some stunning vistas before stopping of for a final lunch and trying a spot of ice fishing. Once back at our accommodation, we prepare for a late afternoon departure as we then make our way back to Helsinki. Once in Helsinki we check into our hotel before heading out to find a local restaurant and a  chance to reflect on what was an amazing adventure.

  • Depending on your flights you may have time for a bit of shopping in Helsinki and a spot of lunch. Then make your own way to the airport and a final farewell to the wonders of Finland and Lapland

Feel the Thrill

You are filled with excitement and a little apprehension when you step onto your snowmobile. Still, as you slowly move off following your guide, the world of adventure opens up, and after about 15 minutes, you're settled in like a pro and zipping through forests and down narrow herder tracks. The sense of freedom is warming, and you feel in total control as the landscape opens before you. Through ancient birch forests over a hundred years old, past ice-laden streams and across frozen lakes, everything is achievable and easy under the power of your snowmobile. There is even the luxury of heated hand grips, so the cold is not an issue. Once you get the hang of snowmobiling, imagine the thrill of heading out on a clear night searching for the Aurora. Reaching a remote wilderness spot and sitting under the glow of the glorious Aurora is something to savour, truly and when it is done, an easy ride back to your comfortable abode.