Holiday to Lapland, Experience Christmas in Santa Country

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Holiday in Lapland

photo by Santa’s Lapland 2013

Where is Lapland anyways?

Separated miles apart from a world of bustling streets and pending deadlines is a magic land, so filled with cheer, that the skies illuminate and the snow sparkles. This is none other than the legendary home of Father Christmas, this is Finnish Lapland. Finnish Lapland is located in the Arctic Circle, far, far, away in a place we only envisioned in snow globes. What better place to find Christmas and make unforgettable memories than with a Holiday in Lapland.

All of the fond visions you had as a child, every possible magical Christmas experience you ever dreamed of, is all in one enchanting place, a holiday to Lapland.

Holiday in Lapland

photo by Santa’s Lapland 2013

So what is there to do on Holiday to Lapland?

A twinkling snow covered winter wonderland of sprawling forests and mountains wrap you in the world’s most unforgettable Christmas experience. A dream factory couldn’t make these memories. A holiday to Lapland is an all out family affair.

Day 1: Your day starts with a a greet at the airport by Santa’s reindeer and friends! No kidding, I mean the magic starts the minute you touch down! A coach transports you to your Christmas hotel or cabin in Saariselkä, and after fitting for proper weather attire, you’re off in a magical land of snow.

Snowmen, sleigh rides, it’s all there for the taking on a holiday to Lapland. After spending some time making snow angels, thaw out in an aroma-therapy Finnish sauna. Relaxing is part of the magic and a perfect way to finish the most magical first day of your holiday in Lapland.

Holiday to Lapland

photo by Eurotravelogue.com

Day 2: On your second day get ready to sled ride on a husky drawn sled through sparkling snow covered forest to a special secret location! A magical igloo where Santa’s elves are awaiting your arrival for fun and amazement, I’m telling you this place is DRIPPING with magic! There’s so much to do on a holiday in Lapland, it’s just unbelievable.

  • Ice Fishing
  • Snow Hockey
  • Kick-sledding (a crazy Finnish cross between a scooter and a toboggan!)
  • Tandem skiing
  • Mini-skidoo rides for the children
  • Tobogganing

Search for Santa’s secret cabin in the forest and get a private family meeting with him, so special, so unforgettable, and only on a Holiday to Lapland. You’ll have lunch and snacks available, and time to enjoy the log fire. No need to worry about anything but making the most magical memories you could ever dream of.

After the second most unforgettable Christmas experience of your life, there’s a full on Gala Dinner waiting in your hotel! I know, totally amazing right. If you’re staying at the cabins there’s a magical festive dinner there as well. Every detail of this holiday in Lapland has been conceived by Santa himself.

Holiday in Lapland

photo by Santa’s Lapland 2013

Day 3: On your third day there is a range of optional magical Christmas adventures to explore before you are off to the airport.

  • Rudolph’s Reindeer Run
  • Snowmobile Safari
  • Tobogganing 
  • Northern Lights adventure
  • Husky Heaven
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Snow Shoeing or cross country skiing

You can extend your stay to 4 days and experience the magic even longer!

I’m telling you, finely appointed Christmas hotels and cozy cabins, magical memories you and your family will never forget. A holiday in Lapland is a visit to Santa’s home. Just AMAZING!

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About Christa Thompson

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Christa Thompson is the Founder and Senior Editor of The Fairytale Traveler. Christa has been traveling the world since 2003 when she attended a summer abroad study at the University of Cambridge in England. Since then, her wanderlust has been fierce. Her three passions in life are her son, traveling, and being creative. The Fairytale Traveler brand gives Christa the opportunity to do all of these things and to live intentionally every day. "It's never too late to believe in what you love and to pursue your dreams." -Christa Thompson

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