Finland – particularly in the North – is a destination that is usually associated only with its Santa trips and reindeer excursions – but that isn’t everything that this incredible country has to offer! During the Summer months you can experience the Midnight Sun and explore the landscape with activities such as as the Nightless Night Hike or darting down a river with some rafting adventures.
The winter time offers even more activities than ‘just’ Santa; think dog sledding, snowmobiling, Sami Culture – the options are endless! Our Adventure Artists have selected some of their top picks to take part in when visiting Finnish Lapland below.
Our Top Picks
Icefloating under the AuroraExperience the magic of floating whilst watching the Aurora
Santa's Toy FactoryVisit Santa's toy factory hidden deep in the forest.
Ice Climbing at Korouoma FallsClimb the frozen waterfalls at Korouoma Gorge.
The Secret of the Reindeer AntlerVisit a local handicraft studio and make your own souvenir!
Snowmobile to the Ice GalleryHead by snowmobile through the wilderness to an Ice Gallery!
Forage, Fire and FeastTaste the wild foods that grow under the Midnight Sun in Finnish Lapland.
Northern Lights by Bubble SledExperience the Northern Lights by Bubble Sled
Snowmobile to the 3 bordersSnowmobile to Finland, Sweden and Norway all in the same trip!
Juutua River RaftingRaft down river Juutua which flows into Lake Inari.
Nightless Night HikeA hike through beautiful scenery under the Midnight Sun.
Sami Culture with Lappish DinnerAn unforgettable evening experience with your Sami hosts.
Guided Tour of HelsinkiEnjoy Helsinki and all it has to offer on this guided tour.
Icebreaker SampoThis amazing cruise through the frozen sea brings a new meaning to the phrase 'breaking the ice'.
Wilderness Hotels Aurora CampHead out to a secluded spot to an Aurora Camp to spot the Northern Lights!
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