A journey to Wonderland
There is a sort of magic surrounding Lapland, the Northernmost region of Europe, a territory including Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.
Whether you prefer the Winter vibes with its northern lights huntings, reindeer sledging rides among fairy tale forests, skiing in the wilderness, sleeping in ice castles or igloo villages, dogsledging in the wilderness or ice fishing on frozen lakes, or you are rather interested in a Summer arctic adventure with blueberry picking under the midnight sun, sailing on an ice breaker or meeting Sami people, there are two things that can not miss in your Lapland visit: a Finnish sauna and, last but not least, a meeting with the real Santa’s in his enchanted village near Rovaniemi!
The rest is just your next dream becoming true!
Ice hotels and castles
Beautifully rebuilt with a different theme every single winter by local artists, each ice hotel is unique and it lasts only for a season before melting again in Spring.
Useless to say, your room will be unique, too, and, as in a fairytale, it will desappear in the rays of the first warm sun of Spring.
Meet the Sami
Join wilderness tours off the beaten paths with native Sami people, one of the oldest living cultures in Europe, and possibly the world.
Experience their authentic peacefull lifestyle of reindeer herding, try your hand in ice-fishing, enjoy local Sami food around the campfire and listen fascinating yoik singing.
Considered one of the most romantic hotels in the world, the glass igloo resort is a unique and lifetime experience to blend with the Arctic nature, while watching the northern lights directly from your own bed, surrounded by the silent and white wilderness of the Lappish forests.