Take an enchanting trip into a world festive lights, twinkling white snow and breathtaking rides through arctic woodlands and frosty landscapes. The adventure starts by flying deep into Finnish Lapland, just two hours from the Arctic Circle - and immediately the excitement begins!.
On this magical trip you will meet not just Santa Claus, but also Rudi the Reindeer and Hal the Husky who are sometimes more popular with the children than Father Christmas himself!
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The single day trip is packed with great things to do including rides on toboggans, snowmobiles, sleighs pulled by huskies and reindeer, a fascinating trip to Santa Claus' Post Office, and an opportunity to meet with the famous Rudi Reindeer and Hal the Husky… If that's not enough for one day you even get to see Santa’s elves working hard for Christmas and meet Santa who will have a special present to hand over!
Imagine the fun you can have with your family amongst the snow and all the festive activities, surely this is one of the best things you can do in a day at Christmas, even if it's not in London!
Reindeer? Snow? Father Christmas???
To find out more about this amazing family trip, click here.
You can do a lot in one day, but think about how much Christmas fun you could have with two, three, four or even five days in the magical snow-filled world of Lapland.
Just think what it would be like to be in Lapland on Christmas Day itself… having fun in the snow during the day, but as night approaches, a spectacular Christmas Gala Meal and disco gets underway, before a visit from Santa Claus himself…..he’ll come laden with a sleigh full of gifts for everyone!
For more information including availability, prices and more details of the fun you will be experiencing, click here.
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