You’ll never forget watching the fabled and elusive northern lights shimmering in the star-studded Arctic sky. On our Arctic expedition tours, our guides will lead you on a trek through Arctic forests to a spectacular night time vantage point, where the setting for a possible encounter with nature’s most spectacular light show is second to none. Based in a cosy hotel or a traditional log cabin on Scandinavia’s official Northern Lights Route, conditions for seeing the Northern Lights will be at their very best because there is such little light pollution in the Arctic wilderness.
This short break in Lapland also includes a selection of exciting Arctic activities: ride snowmobiles along frozen rivers, travel by reindeer sleigh through the snow-filled tundra, and mush your very own team of husky dogs. And, after a fun-filled day in the snow, you can expect a warming welcome and sumptuous dinner at your cosy hotel or traditional log cabin of choice.
For longer stays you may like to view our seven-night Aurora Hunter tour.
Your Northern Lights break begins with a flight to Enontekiö in Finland. From this airport, you make the 1 hour transfer to Karesuando a spectacular journey, travelling through the majestic forests and passing countless frozen lakes. The highlight of your break will be the two occasions when you set off beneath an Arctic night sky in the hope of encountering the fabled northern lights.
Your itinerary includes all the activities detailed above. We’ll organise the running order according to the local conditions while you’re there. We can also give you the chance to choose from our programme of optional excursions: perhaps spend a night in an igloo – a highlight of our Arctic Spirit programmes.
In addition to these exciting excursions Dr Stuart Clarke, award winning author and fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, will be giving a series of exclusive talks on the Aurora Borealis (selected dates only). To view applicable departures please visit the dates and prices tab.
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