This wonderful range of Arctic Christmas and New Year Breaks gives you the opportunity to celebrate these seasonal times with some incredible experiences.
Fireworks, Northern Lights, Husky Sledding, SuperJeep Safaris,Snowmobile Adventures and Whale Spotting are all on offer.
Expect Spectacular Volcanic Landscape in Iceland and Stunning Wilderness in Sweden. A unique way to bring in the new year or celebrate Christmas.
Celebrate New Years Eve with dinner & a choice of either a Firework cruise off the coast of Reykjavik to view the thousands of fireworks set off, or a bonfire & Christmas lights visit followed by watching the fireworks from a balcony high up in the heart of the town. Follow this with 2 nights at Hotel Ranga, famed for Northern Lights sightings & adventure Jeep tours.Click for More Details
If you are looking for a New Year getaway with the best possible chances of seeing the Northern Lights then Abisko has to be near the top of your list. In an average year close on 9 out of 10 of our clients see the Northern Lights on a 4 night break in Abisko.
Combine this with a host of Arctic experiences and you have a fitting celebration to toast in the New Year!
One of our oldest breaks dating back to our very first season in Lapland. Its offers a fun way to get to know the Arctic region and the Northern Lights over the New Year period and is a very popular break for our international clients.
Enjoy snowmobiling and sled dog driving in pristine wilderness, visit the Original ICEHOTEL and celebrate New Year with a Sami theme.
A 5 Night Christmas Break to Swedish Lapland designed to not only bring you some of the best opportunities in Europe for seeing the Northern Lights but also including a whole range of Arctic experiences. If you are looking for an action packed Christmas in a snowy paradise then this break is for you!Click for More Details
Of all the destinations we offer we get more requests from clients celebrating a wedding anniversary or big Birthday for a break to Lapland than any of our other destinations.
It’s really not difficult to see why as a trip to the Arctic for most people is once in a lifetime experience and so completely different to almost any other holiday they have been on before. After all if you are celebrating a silver wedding ...
Northern Lights - The Age of the Aurora Solar activities, also known as sunspots, are what regulate the intensity of the solar wind which in turn creates the aurora borealis. The sun has an 11 year cycle - or "pulse" - which regulate the intensity of the sunspots/Northern Lights and thereby also their consistency. Scientists have been monitoring this for hundreds of years and also know when to expect increases in ...Read More