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Be inspired by Lapland

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Dreaming of exploring a winter wonderland? Lapland is known for its stunning natural beauty, including opportunities to see the famous Northern Lights, as well as its winter activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding. This region is home to the indigenous Sámi people, who have a rich cultural heritage and traditional way of life. Dive into the wonders of this unique region during a holiday to Lapland.

Our top things to do during your Lapland holiday

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A Winter Wonderland

Lapland is known for its beautiful scenery during the winter months. With snow-covered forests, frozen lakes, and the opportunity to see the Northern Lights, Lapland is a popular destination for winter activities like skiing, snowmobiling, and dog-sledding. During your time in Lapland, we can organise an exhilarating snowmobile tour to get the blood pumping.


The Northern Lights

For many people visiting Lapland, the Northern Lights are right at the top of their bucket list. Although Lapland also has a lot of other exciting places to see and do, everyone who travels here hopes to see the Northern Lights at some point. During the winter months – which are between September and April in Lapland – the chances of spotting the Northern Lights are at their highest. The conditions need to be clear, with no clouds in the sky. We offer opportunities to spot this phenomenon during our holidays to Lapland to give you the best chance of experiencing them.


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The best time to visit Lapland

The best time to visit Lapland is during the winter months from November to April, when you can experience the magical Northern Lights, go dog sledding or skiing, and enjoy the winter activities on offer.


Want to know what to expect when you visit Lapland? We have put together information on the weather, when to go and what you can expect in our handy guide.