Looking forward to a magic winter 2021

It’s not only the chance to meet Santa and watch the Northern Lights that makes Lapland so perfect for the festive season – there is so much more to see and do

Specialist tour operator Inghams’ awe-inspiring 2021/22 winter vacations to Lapland are selling fast. It seems there is a lot of people making up for the current lack of travel opportunities by booking a trip to this scenic winter wonderland deep inside the Arctic Circle for winter 2021.

Featuring 7-night trips and short breaks to the snow-blanketed Lapland. Inghams’ Finland vacations offer the chance to stay in a thermal glass igloo and watch the Northern Lights dance across a star-studded night sky, or ride in a reindeer-drawn sleigh. You can also hit the ski slopes, dash through enchanting forests on a snowmobile, and even meet the real Santa in his hideaway.

With so many activities on offer, it is no wonder Inghams’ sales for winter 2021 are succeeding their usual numbers when compared with the same period year-on-year. Around half the Inghams Lapland programme has already sold-out, encouraging the tour operator to start the 2021/22 winter season earlier to keep up with demand. 

Inghams Finland vacations are set in three contrasting resorts, all located north of the Arctic Circle at the optimum latitude for seeing the Northern Lights and available on their 7-night trips to Levi, Ylläs and Saariselkä. Each has a distinctly different character, but all three are in stunningly beautiful wilderness. Plus, there is also the opportunity to visit Lapland in northerly Saariselkä for a short break, or try their 3/4-night Santa breaks for those seeking the ultimate Lapland experience. Available due to popular demand, a brand-new Santa Break date has been added to next year’s programme. Families can now add 28 November 2021 to the choice of December 2021.

Inghams Santa Breaks also include a half a day at Santa’s Workshop including a special meeting with the man himself. No Christmas experience can compare to the sheer excitement of visiting Santa’s Lapland home, where the reindeer are real and the awe-inspiring Northern Lights dance purple and green across the night sky.

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