During your stay, engage in activities such as northern lights hunting, ice fishing, husky safari, winter trekking, reindeer farm visit etc. Savour meals prepared using traditional open fire cooking methods. Experience the quietness of the wilderness lake with woolly sock walk, tent and smoke sauna experiences, and winter trekking through the pristine Arctic wilderness. Enrich your knowledge of local history and customs by visiting the Sami Museum, which showcases the indigenous people’s way of life, and a reindeer farm where you’ll get to feed the furry animals and learn about the importance of them in Lapland’s culture and economy.
Photographer Markus Kiili / Visit Finland
Know before you go
Lapland can be cold place in winter time so it is good to bring you most comfy and warm clothing, but don't worry we are prepared to suit you up with our overalls, boots and cloves. Midwinter it self is quiet, dark and atmospheric, but when spring arrives and sun start to rice again in February then it is good to take your sunglasses with you.
What do I need to bring?
- Clothing & gear suitable for winter temperatures
- Good winter shoes
- A small backpack for daily outings
- Personal medication
Booking in advance
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