Introducing Lapland

Everyone knows Lapland to be the home of Santa Claus but it’s not just a destination for little kids and big kids alike. It’s much more than a winter wonderland to feed the imagination for this incredible northernmost region in Finland which borders Sweden, Norway, Russia and the Baltic Sea is also the place for spotting arctic wildlife, for viewing the natural phenomenon known as the Northern Lights, or for adrenaline pumping winter sports such as skiing or snowboarding. So for families travelling with (or without) children, there really is so much to do and there’s something to appeal to everyone. And set out in the complete wilderness, you’ll feel a million miles away from reality, with enough space to roam around freely on your own winter adventures – a truly romantic place for anyone who dreams of a white winter backdrop.

Highlights of Lapland

Santa Claus Village
The famous Santa Claus Village is a popular places for families and it’s a year-round Christmas themed attraction and kids of all ages will get to meet Santa Claus.
Ranua Wildlife Park
Visit this incredible wildlife park in Ranua and get the chance to view more than 50 different arctic animal species including polar bears.
For skiing and other winter sports as well as the best sightings of the Aurora Borealis, head to the resort area of Levi. Also a great place to spot reindeer so kids will love it too.
Lake Inari
Explore the beautiful lake of Inari as well as the homeland of Finland’s indigenous Sami people.

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