Fancy spending all night watching the spectacular Northern Lights? We recommend a stay in an incredible glass-roofed Aurora Cabin. This four-night break combines untouched beauty with Arctic activities, lakeside dining and roaring fires.
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Finnish Lapland is as close as it gets to a real-life winter
wonderland. The snow-covered cabins, alpine trees and programme of
Arctic adventures make this part of northern Finland a truly
extraordinary destination. Plus it's renowned as one of the best
Northern Lights viewing spots in the world. Our new five-day tour
is the perfect introduction to all this region has to offer - and
who better to take you than our partners Aurora Zone, who are
experts in maximising your chances of seeing the Northern
Your trip will start at the spectacular new Wilderness Hotel on
the shores of Lake Inari. Here you'll discover the beauty of your
surrounds during the day, enjoy leisurely lunches and delicious
dinners overlooking the stunning arctic lake, and spend your
evenings cosied up by the roaring log fire. Your journey will then
continue to the Northern Lights Village Saariselkä, where you'll
experience a night in a unique glass-roofed cabin. Lie back in the
comfort of your bed and watch the stars - and if you're lucky the
Northern Lights - light up the night sky.
You'll have plenty of memories from this once-in-a-lifetime
trip, so to ensure you capture the very best you'll enjoy a
workshop with an expert on photographing the Northern Lights.
You'll also get to see breathtaking vistas on a number of gentle
excursions and will return fully recuperated after five days of
fresh alpine air.
Image credits: Northern Lights Village Saariselkä,
Wilderness Hotel Inari, Anthony Oberlin, Eerikki Rundgren, Ben