Winter is a wonderful time to travel to Scandinavia, the Nordic regions and Canada to try outdoor pursuits such as riding a snowmobile or husky sled, ice fishing or snowshoeing and going in search of the spectacular Northern Lights.
The key to the perfect winter holiday in Scandinavia is booking early. Many of the most popular highlights such as the ICEHOTEL sell out months in advance, while many of the best places are small, intimate and fill up fast. We recommend you get in touch as soon as you are interested, so we can ensure you can book your perfect holiday.
Norway is home to stirring landscapes on a grand scale – from high coastal cliffs and steep-sided fjords to snowy peaks, forested hills, glaciers and Arctic tundra.
Sweden's many winter attractions range from the Arctic wilderness of the far north to urban fashion shows, archipelago sailing, woodland hikes, great shopping and inspiring architecture.
Finland's vast forests and extensive lakes gives a real winter wonderland feel to the country, and with the opportunity to meet Santa Claus in Lapland, it might just be the undisputed winter destination for families.
Remote and surrounded on all sides by the dramatic winds and swells of the Atlantic, and a snowflake away from the Arctic Circle, Iceland is impossible to ignore as a dramatic holiday destination.
The world's second largest country isn't short of charms, quirks and attractions. Big, boisterous, beautiful and surprisingly hard to define, Canada is a traveller's dream.
Vast and varied, Russia lends itself to being explored by rail, with a number of great rail journeys crossing the country and connecting it’s leading sights.
Greenland during winter is an experience like no other, largely due to its excellent location on the aurora belt – one of the best in the world. There's more dogs than people here, taken advantage of with dogsledding, as well as skiing the vast backcountry, snowshoeing, and exploring Norse ruins.