Overview

Early Bird Discount for bookings we receive by 31 October 2023 latest: 100 € per person

Enjoy five nights in the arctic circle and north. Five opportunities to see the Northern Lights.

We will get to know Rovaniemi (Finland), Kiruna (Sweden), Narvik (Norway), and Oslo, on an approximate route of 2384 kilometers.

 

Lodging

Planned or similar hotels:

Helsinki: 1 night in 4****: Holiday Inn City Center

Rovaniemi: 2 nights in 4****: Santasport Resort

Kiruna: 2 nights in 4****: Ripan Camp

Narvik: 1 night in 4****: Grand Royal quality hotel

Oslo: 1 night in 4****: Thon Hotel Opera


Gastronomy

We will taste the best cuisine with typical dishes such as reindeer meat, salmon fillet, salmon soup, king crab, northern pike.

Gastronomy

What is included?

Whats included in this tour

Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.

Transport in modern and comfortable trains.

Helsinki – Rovaniemi on the “Santa Claus” night train, in 2-bed cabins with private toilet and shower

Kiruna – Narvik on the day train, airline style seating

Transportation by private bus Rovaniemi-Kiruna and during all excursions

Arrival and departure transfers.

7 nights of accommodation in 4* hotels.

Meals: 8 x breakfast, 8 x lunch.

All sightseeing tours and entrance fees as per itinerary

1 night chasing Northern Lights together with a professional photographer (Rovaniemi), and 4 afternoons chasing Northern Lights without a professional photographer.

Tour escort in Spanish for this date throughout the tour. English and other languages ​​are also possible on request.

Whats not included in this tour

Items that NOT are covered in the cost of tour price.

International Flights to Helsinki and from Oslo

Meals: Dinners

Beverages except mentioned as included in the tour price

Porterage in/out hotels (we strongly recommend only using rolling suitcases)

Personal expenses e.g., phone calls, laundry, taxi, souvenirs etc.

Tipping to guides and bus drivers

FAQ

How to dress when traveling to Nordic Europe in winter?

People in Nordic Europe say: “There is no bad weather, only bad clothes.” It is all about wool and layers. If you follow these guidelines on how to dress in the Arctic, you will have a warm and comfortable Arctic Experience.
To feel warm and comfortable in the wintertime it is important do dress layer-by-layer:

First Layer

The first layer next to your skin should be long-sleeved and long-leg thermal underwear and wool socks. It is best to avoid cotton underwear as it quickly becomes wet and sweaty, and then you will get cold. Important: We recommend that you wear 100% merino wool next to your skin.

Second Layer

The second layer should consist of a long-sleeved, wool or fleece sweater and trousers. Thickness is depending on temperature and conditions.

Third Layer

The third layer should be a jacket and pants that is both water and windproof. It can be insulated or a thin shell depending on conditions, activity and what your first two layers consists of. For extremely low temperatures, cotton without a waterproof membrane is recommended. A scarf around your neck, and a pair of thick wool socks are a must!

Where to buy winter clothes for traveling in the Arctic region?

There are basically 3 opportunities:

  • Outdoor shops in your home country
  • Internet shops like Amazon
  • Outdoor shops upon arrival in Helsinki

Next departures


Dates Route Price  
Feb 7, 2025 - Feb 15, 2025
Helsinki - Oslo
3885€

Consulte mayor disponibilidad de fechas en los diferentes recorridos.

Itineraries of Northern Lights

Helsinki - Oslo

Attention! If you make your reservation before 06/30/2024 you will have a discount!

Welcome to the enchanting realm of Lapland, where the Arctic skies come alive with the mesmerizing dance of the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis. Nestled within the Arctic Circle, Lapland is a land of snow-draped forests, pristine wilderness, and timeless magic.

In this winter wonderland, you'll be captivated by the celestial spectacle of the Northern Lights, a celestial ballet of vibrant colors painting the night sky. As ribbons of emerald, violet, and crimson cascade across the heavens, you'll be awestruck by nature's own light show, a symphony of colors that stirs the soul.

In Lapland, the Aurora Borealis is more than just a phenomenon; it's a spiritual experience, a moment of wonder that transcends time and space. As you embark on your journey to chase the elusive lights, you'll uncover the secrets of this mystical land, immersing yourself in the culture of the indigenous Sami people and discovering the untamed beauty of the Arctic wilderness.

Join us on an unforgettable journey to the heart of the European Arctic!

Next departures
  • February 7, 2025

From 3.885 €

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