Join our small group for a winter week on the Arctic Circle - part of our Sustainable Travel Collection.

Stay in quality accommodation, enjoying a fun programme of activities in the pure, fresh, Lapland winter, whilst showcasing a sustainable way of travelling.

Staying in the region in late March, this is the perfect "sustainable" time to visit, at the end of the season, and also when the winter daylight hours are at their longest. Stay in the heart of the nature, in the comfort of a personal unique Aurora cabin, the accommodation base has a strong focus on combining sustainability with quality.

Discover the accommodation's special approach to sustainability in a remote location through a range of seasons, experience the silence of e-snowmobiles, the natural noise of yelping huskies, visit the home of locals, discover the traditions of Finnish sauna, and enjoy local food and drink sourced from fresh natural ingredients

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Arrival to Rovaniemi, located directly on the Arctic Circle. Meet your Tour Manager and members of our small group over a Lappish beer as a Welcome Drink, before dinner in the hotel restaurant.
5 nights in superior private Aurora cabins

DAY 2 - 21 MARCH 2022
Meet yelping husky dogs and hear stories of husky life, whilst posing for photos with these friendly dogs. They love pulling sleds through snowy forest trails on a 7–10 km long safari.
On our private guided tour, learn about the owners' approach to Arctic sustainability – from recycling, waste and water management, to local culture, animal welfare, and the approach to sustainable food and drink.

DAY 3 - 22 MARCH 2022
Included in the package is a 1½ private sauna slot including towels, bathrobe, slippers, and a saunavihta, branches of a birch tree, which along with the humid heat will soothe the skin.
The remainder of day is also free to enjoy optional activities, such as reindeers, horses, or snowshoes.
The evening programme includes dinner by open fire and candlelight, prepared with fresh, local ingredients. After dinner, relax Arctic-style, as Reindeer skins are laid out on the frozen lake for star gazing and aurora hunting.

DAY 4 - 23 MARCH 2022
Today we take an excursion to learn about Lappish culture.
Visit Arktikum, a science centre and museum where visitors can experience northern nature, culture, and history to get a deeper understanding of the Arctic region.
Also visit 2 local homes, one a Lappish couple who for a long time have made use of the natural ecological material that is reindeer antlers, preserving a Lappish handicraft tradition producing a range of jewellery, plus another which displays a small exhibition of Lappish nature photography. Meet the owners of both over coffee.

DAY 5 - 24 MARCH 2022
A day to enjoy optional activities.

DAY 6 - 25 MARCH 2022
Departing the countryside, first experience an exclusive and ecological way of travelling by snowmobile, a silent and emission-free e-sled.
Continuing into Rovaniemi, the afternoon is free to explore the town.
As a farewell dinner, at a small local restaurant, 5 course set menus are based around locally-produced fish and meat, or a Vegan menu, together with appropriate wine pairings.
Overnight in boutique hotel in Rovaniemi

DAY 7 - 26 MARCH 2022
Depart for home - of stay some extra nights in Lapland..


20 MARCH 2022

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