Another year begins and it’s a time of celebration, renewal and excited expectation. This year, why not do something extra special for New Year that the whole family will enjoy? Bid farewell to the year and welcome in the New Year on our three-night family adventure that encapsulates the best of this exciting region in the far north of Lapland. Your New Year short break will be a wonderful opportunity to spend quality family time together in the exhilarating surrounds of this winter wonderland. After celebrating the arrival of the New Year in style, you will be able to venture out into the majestic snowscapes to enjoy a wide range of snow activities before setting out in search of Father Christmas himself.
- Return flights with hot meals on board
- Three nights full-board accommodation
- Private family meeting with Santa
- Small gift for children from Santa
- Husky experience
- Snowmobile adventure
- Reindeer sleigh ride
- New Year's Eve dinner
- Loan of thermal suits and boots
- Time to spend with your family in the snow
- Santa's Wishlist
- Airport and resort transfers
- All taxes and government air passenger duty
What we love
- Enjoying the magic of Christmas for longer
- A New Year’s Eve to remember - with all the family in Lapland
- Getting out and about in the village - a taste of local life!
- If you choose to stay in Karesuando, you can celebrate the New Year twice
Amidst the magical wilderness of Lapland, hop aboard a snowmobile for an invigorating expedition over Arctic terrain and feel the thrill as spry huskies lead you through the frozen Sàmi landscape. The highlight? You’re in Santa’s homeland, so you’ll head off in search of Father Christmas to thank him for the presents. You'll be led to Santa by reindeer in a cosy sleigh to his secret hideaway in the heart of the snow-dappled forest. You will also indulge in a celebratory New Year’s Eve feast, and if you choose to stay in the border village of Karesuando, you can hop back an hour to Swedish Lapland and re-live the celebrations all over again - two New Years for the price of one!
Optional Excursions & Extras
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I pre-book seats on the plane?
It is not possible to pre-book seats on our flights, but our suppliers endeavour to seat families together.
What clothes should we take?
To re-iterate, temperatures can reach as low as -40˚C. It is the responsibility of the guest to bring adequate clothing for this weather. Our largest suit size is a 48” chest or approx. size 20 (women’s UK sizing); our smallest suit size is 34” in height. Our largest shoe size is 12 (UK); our smallest shoe size is 8 (UK child). Should a guest be outside the range of this sizing, they will need to purchase their own winter gear for use in Lapland. Thermal suits and boots should be worn at all times when outdoors in Lapland. Should a guest bring their own thermal suits and boots, the responsibility lies with them to ensure they are suitable for Arctic conditions. Advice on other clothing to bring is provided in the pre-departure information in the ‘My Booking’ section of the website.
What currency should I take?
The currency in Finland is the Euro. All Transun optional excursions are advertised in Sterling; credit and debit cards are accepted as payment for excursions booked in resort. Credit card payments do not incur a charge.
Is there any further information that is useful to know?
Have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions, you'll find them on the website or in the brochure.