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A five-day winter break at Harriniva Hotel in the heart of Finnish Lapland

Special offer

Complimentary upgrades

» 5 day tailor-made journey

» Accommodation: Superior A higher standard of accommodation with a better range and quality of facilities, often in a good location (typically 4 stars)

» Price from: £1,230 pp incl. flights

» Book by: 5th Apr 2019

This winter break in Lapland offers the ideal chance to tick one off the bucket list as you head out on snowshoes and snowmobiles in search of the Northern Lights. And, in the daytime you'll have the chance to enjoy everything from husky and reindeer safaris as you explore Finland at its most beautiful. You'll stay throughout at Hotel Harriniva, where pine-clad rooms and hearty home cooking make a wonderful base for all those thrilling winter pursuits.

Day by day itinerary

  • Day 1 » Fly to Finnish Lapland

    Fly to Kittilä via Helsinki and transfer to Harriniva Hotel, a pine-clad wilderness hotel where hearty home-cooked food and an equally hearty Finnish welcome set the scene for days of Arctic exploration. Check into your room before enjoying dinner at the hotel's restaurant. Then, as you settle in for a cosy night's sleep, the hotel's aurora alarm will be on hand in case the Northern Lights appear, ensuring you don't miss a thing.

    Stay: Hotel Harriniva, Muonio

    Meals: Dinner

  • Day 2 » Husky safari

    After breakfast you'll have some free time to explore the local area. In the afternoon a guide will show you around the husky farm before leading you out on a thrilling two-hour husky safari. Slip at great speeds through the trees and along snow-covered paths with your faithful companions panting ahead of you. Then, return to the hotel for dinner.

    Stay: Hotel Harriniva, Muonio

    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 3 » Free day & Northern Lights snowshoe adventure

    Today is left entirely free for you to choose your own activities. Maybe try cross-country skiing, or prepare lunch at the wilderness cooking school. We have included an evening Northern Lights snowshoe adventure, head out with your guide into the wilderness to a nearby camp-fire where your efforts are rewarded with a hot drink and snack, whilst you keep an eye out for the aurora above. We picked Harriniva as one of the best places to see the Northern Lights this winter and, if you catch them, it's easy to see why.

    Stay: Hotel Harriniva, Muonio

    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 4 » Snowmobile safari

    You'll have free time in the morning to go skiing on your own or try an optional excursion. Meet your snowmobile instructor in the afternoon for a classic Lapland activity: a snowmobile safari. Glide on snow and ice through forests draped with white and over deep frozen lakes. The safari is suitable for complete beginners but a valid driving license is required to drive the snowmobiles. Children are pulled on a sled behind the guide.

    Stay: Hotel Harriniva, Muonio

    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 5 » Departure

    Transfer to Kittilä airport after breakfast for your flight home via Helsinki.

    Meals: Breakfast

To book call us on:

020 7664 2237

Make an enquiry

At a glance…

A five-day winter break at Harriniva Hotel in the heart of Finnish Lapland

Special offer

Complimentary upgrades

» 5 day tailor-made journey

» Accommodation: Superior A higher standard of accommodation with a better range and quality of facilities, often in a good location (typically 4 stars)

» Price from: £1,230 pp incl. flights

» Book by: 5th Apr 2019

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