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Funtastic Finland – Lapland Wonders 04 Days Trip

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  • 04 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Mar 09 - 12

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Welcome to Lapland – Lapland is the northern-most region of Finland and an active outdoor destination that’s known for its incredible, year-round light phenomena, vast artic nature, and Santa Claus. The land of the indigenous Sámi people, known as Sámiland or Sápmi, also crosses the northern part of the region. Explore Finnish Lapland, Europe’s last great wilderness!
Since Santa is a mysterious fellow, you might want to ask him your questions in person. Travel directly to his home in Lapland, northern Finland, where you can see him for yourself!

Many people associate the Northern Lights with winter, but the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring. This is when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximizes the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field, which creates this mesmerizing phenomenon. Statistically, the lights are visible on every second night.
Seeing them requires clear skies and just a bit of luck: the Northern Lights are visible on roughly 200 nights a year – or every other clear night – in Finnish Lapland.

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Price Includes:

  • 2 nights’ accommodation in Aurora Cabin (comfortable cabin with a glass roof to observe the lights)
  • half board
  • 01 lunch at restaurant Aitta
  • airport transfers in & out (Rovaniemi)
  • Husky Adventure, 2h
  • Snowmobile Safari to Santa Claus Village 6h (shared snowmobile)
  • Reindeer Sleigh Ride Across the Night, 3h (Northern Light Tour)
  • Aurora Hunt on the Snow Train, 3h
  • Thermal clothing rental for the stay

Price Excludes:

  • Airline tickets to Helsinki and Rovaniemi – approximate fares to be expected LIS-HEL-LIS €328 per person ** HEL-RVN-HEL €235 per person **
  • Lunch (except when advised in itinerary) and Dinner
  • Airport hotel on last night
  • Walking tour of Helsinki – Cost of €60 per person
  • Personal expenses, such as train tickets, snacks, etc.
  • Schengen visa,
  • Photo charges at St. Claus village.
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance – we recommend World Nomads https://www.worldnomads.com/​

** pricing advised is an estimate value based on survey performed in May22.

Extra:

– Plane ticket reservation: €30

Itinerary

Day 1 - 09th Mar 2024: Arrive in Finland, Rovaniemi Airport.

Our trip starts upon arrival at Rovaniemi Airport, on the flight arriving at 1745LT.

You will be picked up at the Airport and transferred to your hotel resort; you will meet your guide who will brief you on your upcoming trip.
Dinner will be at 1930 and one hour later the fun starts. For the next 3 hours you will be hunting the Aurora Borealis on the snow train.  There will be stops for photographing these amazing lights.

Day 2 - 10th Mar 2024: Santa Claus Village

Breakfast at your own convenience.
Snowmobile Safari to Santa Claus Village (lunch is included).
Finally, your chance to meet the original Santa Claus in person!
You can also walk across the Artic circle!
Duration of this visit is 06 hours

After dinner at 1800, a 3-hour Reindeer Sleigh Ride Across the Night.
Again, chasing those Northern lights.

​Day 3 - 11th Mar 2024: Husky Adventure

Breakfast at 0800 and the morning is free to wander around the resort, cross the frozen lake or try the Finnish Sauna.
Check out by 1200 to enjoy your last adventure of Lapland.
Mushing with the huskies! This will be from 1200 – 1400. 

At 1400 lunch will be served at the Attia Restaurant.
At 1625 our transfer back to the airport for our flight to Helsinki.
Overnight at Airport Hotel for those who don’t have flight home this night.

Day 4 - 12th Mar 2024: Helsinki

Free day in Helsinki.
There are regular trains from the airport to the city centre, so you are free to plan your day.

Optional – We recommend a walking tour of Helsinki for additional cost.
Duration of the tour – 03 hours.
See world-famous sights like the Rock Church and Uspenski Cathedral, plus hidden gems such as the Chapel of Silence, on this private walking tour of Helsinki. The Finnish language can be daunting to non-speakers, so avoid the hassle of deciphering street signs by leaving navigation to your guide. A choice of morning or afternoon departure adds flexibility, while a private guide means plenty of personal attention.

 This needs to be confirmed at the time of making your booking as a deposit is required.

Departure at 1820 TO LISBON.

Group minimum 06, no maximum.

Rates:
EUR1355 Per person sharing 
EUR1420  including airport hotel at Helsinki; EUR60 single supplement.

Accommodation in Double/Twin rooms

 

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Weather:

Lapland
Lapland is a vast region located in the northernmost point of Finland, bordering Norway, Sweden and Russia. The region is sparsely populated but favoured by tourists, especially during winter when it comes to life with festive spirit and provides perfect skiing conditions.

Sitting in the Arctic Circle, Lapland’s climate is typically arctic with long, cold winters and short, mild summers. However, the influence of the nearby Atlantic Ocean does help to control temperatures, which means that the weather is never too extreme.

March marks the end of winter in Lapland. While spring is on its way, the month still remains cold with plenty of snow. The average temperature in March is -6°C with highs of -1°C. The coldest part of the day is at night, when temperatures can drop to -10°C, so visitors are advised to wrap up warm at night in thick layers. Despite this, the crisp days of March can be quite enjoyable, with dry air and little wind which means that it doesn’t feel too cold.

Cold temperatures means that the snowy blanket that covers Lapland in winter remains into March and beyond, which is great news for skiers. There’s a 58% chance of a snowy day this month. There’s also a 21% chance of rain.

Lapland is well known for its dark winters, but days are rapidly getting lighter in March. There’s much more sunshine to be seen, with a 12% chance of a sunny day. Lapland sees around 9-12 hours of daylight each day, with the sun rising between 7.30am and 6.30am and setting between 5.30pm and 8pm on average.

March is an ideal time to visit Lapland. While there’s plenty of snow around, visitors can experience Lapland at its wintery best, however temperatures are warming up and days are getting longer, providing desirable holiday conditions. March is also a great month to see the famous Aurora Borealis in all its glory.​

Helsinki
While parts of the world are warming up for spring, Helsinki still spends most of March in below-freezing temperatures. The average daily temperature throughout the month is -2°C, with highs reaching just above freezing at 2°C and lows dipping down to -6°C. The days will begin to warm up towards the end of the month as the area heads into a warmer April.

A fairly dry month for Helsinki, March sees an average of only 40mm of rain and approximately 12 rainy days throughout the month. Mostly cloudy throughout the month, this coastal city is kept cool by sea temperatures of 0°C.

Cool winds will be blowing at around 14.5km/hour. Despite the clouds and coolness, humidity will be low during the winter and the chances of snow are dropping in March.

The days will be lengthening throughout the month, starting at about 10.5 hours long with a 7:15 sunrise and a 17:45 sunset. By the end of March the sun rises at 6:45 and sets at 20:00, providing more than 13 hours of sunlight.

Because the weather is still cool, tourism tends to be low during this time of year. Travelers willing to bundle up will find less crowds, lower costs, and mostly dry days with plenty of sunlight. Because March is still wintery though, travellers are advised to check conditions before heading out for the day.

 


Currency:

The currency in Finland is the euro. Each euro is divided into 100 cents.

When you’re buying currency for Finland, look out for the currency code EUR. And once you’re in Finland, you’ll see the symbol € used to show prices.

You’ll find Euro banknotes in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 – although the 200 and 500 EUR notes are seldom used. There are also 1 and 2 euro coins.
Cents come in coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50.​


Vaccination:

Under the current instructions of the Finnish Border Guard, the following requirements apply to foreigners entering Finland from outside of the EU and Schengen area:

      a certificate of a full approved COVID-19 vaccination series, OR

      a certificate of having had the COVID-19 disease and one approved COVID-19 vaccine, OR

      an EU Digital COVID Certificate for a COVID-19 disease had less than six months ago..

Those who may be at increased risk of an infectious disease due to their work, lifestyle choice, or certain underlying health problems should be up to date with additional recommended vaccines.

 

Trip Highlights:

Getting amazed by the Northern Lights.
Meeting Santa Claus!
Reindeers and sleighs
Snow mobile safari in the nature
Mushing with Huskies!
Having fun in a winter wonderland in Lapland.

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