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Magical Moments

Immerse yourself in the true spirit of Christmas in the picturesque resort of Luosto in Finnish Lapland for 2 nights. Enjoy reindeer, husky and snowmobile rides through snow capped forests and extensive plains.


Travel information

Depart from: Gatwick

Arrive into: Rovaniemi




Once you arrive in Rovaniemi airport, you will be met by your personal tour guide before transfering to the scenic resort of Luosto by coach. As we approach Luosto, there will be a stop to collect thermal suits and boots. When we arrive in Luosto, check into your log cabin or hotel.

In the evening there will be a welcome dinner available in the restaurant and sledges will be available if you wish to play in the snow during the evening.


Set off from Luosto having had a delicious breakfast for a range of locations where snowmobiles, huskies and reindeer will be waiting to lead the search for Santa. In the afternoon, you may like to relax by an open fire and we’ll stop for lunch before resuming the search. Afterwards, it’s time to return to Luosto to unwind or have a drink at the Hovi.

In the evening there will be a farewell dinner. Don’t forget to set your alarm clock for tomorrow as we have an early start.


After a hearty breakfast, the search for Santa will resume if we failed to find Santa yesterday. Enjoy a sleigh ride again in the Lappish Wilderness, to meet Santa who will be ready with gifts to give to the children.

Lunch will be served before transferring to Rovaniemi for your return flight back home. During the journey, you will receive commemorative licenses of your stay in Lapland and say goodbye to Santa and his elves.

How to book this trip

If you would like more information or would like to book one of the trips to Lapland please speak to our expert team by calling 0208 544 6360 or enquiring above. Santa’s Lapland trips are in December or we have ski holidays to Lapland available throughout the ski season.