Duration: 4 days/3 nights
The magical home of Father Christmas, Lapland, is the perfect place in which to awaken on Christmas Day, New Year's Day, or the period in between!
Imagine your children waking up and pulling back the curtains to reveal a winter wonderland of snow covered Christmas trees. With Lapland’s glistening treetops and snowy landscape, an idyllic Christmas makes for perfect family memories.
A trip to say ‘thank you’ to Father Christmas is a great excuse to indulge in a festive getaway between Christmas and New Year, or see in the New Year in style!
Imagine an unforgettable encounter with Santa Claus in his secret cabin, deep in the heart of Lapland. A land of snowmobile safaris, husky trips, reindeer sleigh rides, and endless fun in the snow awaits you and your family - as well as the magical search for Santa and, on the big day itself, a special Christmas Dinner. Travel through indigenous Sàmi landscapes on a thrilling snowmobile safari and be enchanted by the enthusiasm of the husky dogs on an unforgettable sledging adventure through the Arctic wilderness. Journey by reindeer sleigh through sparkling forests to Santa’s hideaway cabin - a private family encounter with Father Christmas will surely be a favourite memory for years to come. Time still abounds for fun in the snow, too!
It's Easy to Book!
Contact us to check latest availability and special offers and we will provide an up-to-date quote. Then if you wish to proceed we will need names as per passports, dates of birth for all and contact details for the lead traveller together with a deposit of £200 per person; all of which can be done over the phone or via our secure online payment page (powered by WorldPay).
Full payment required if within 10 weeks of travel date.
We also offer an easy payment facility whereby you can pay off a little here and there during the year in as many payments as you wish, as long as the trip is paid off by the due date. Some of our customers prefer to do it this way; others prefer to pay it off in one go when the balance is due - it's entirely up to you!