Lapland Holidays

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Regent Lapland Specialist

Ida Marinova

Ida Marinova
Lapland Travel Specialist
If you're travelling to Lapland for the first time, at least one night spent in a glass-topped igloo or treehouse with a panoramic glass wall is a must - the experience of watching the northern lights dance from the warmth and comfort of your own bed is magical. Most visitors think that December and January are the best times to go, as snow and the northern lights are all but guaranteed. But these months are pricey, and actually, the aurora season lasts well into April each year - and so does the snow! Travel later in the season to make your trip more affordable, but without compromising on experience.

Ida's Tips
Suit up in a warm rescue suit, take a dip into an ice hole in a frozen lake and lie back to watch the northern lights as you float.
Don’t be alarmed if you see reindeer on the menu - in these barren winter landscapes, it’s a traditional local staple.
Have dinner at the Arctic Snow Hotel's Ice Restaurant, where the entire restaurant, including the plates, is made from ice.

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