Your children will never forget their magical encounter with Father Christmas in Lapland and we’re sure that neither will you. This is a land where reindeer roam free, where northern lights dance in the night sky, and where vast landscapes of pristine snow await. On these four-night short breaks before Christmas, we take you there. And we’ve planned a number of inspiring activities during your stay: reindeer sleigh rides, treks through the snow pulled by a team of huskies, snowmobile safaris into the wilderness, and plenty of additional activities are available to suit adults as well as children. Of course, as far as memories are concerned, it will be hard to rival the search for Santa through snow-covered forests and the wonder of meeting him in his secret log cabin. This is a Christmas holiday that will live long in the memory.
- 40-minute snowmobile experience
- 40-minute husky experience
- Reindeer sleigh ride
- Private family meeting with Santa
- Gift for children
- Festive Dinner
- Four nights full-board accommodation
- Snow activities: eg tobogganing (deposit payable)
What we love
- There’s plenty of time on the four-night breaks to relax and take things at a leisurely pace.
London Gatwick, Manchester, Stansted
Your dogs are eager for the off! Huskies are at their happiest when there is an adventure before them. You decide who is going to be the musher, guiding the team of dogs. In each sled, one additional person (or two small children) settles down to enjoy the ride. And then you're off on a journey, part of your 40-minute Husky Experience, through the wilderness, taking you out of sight of civilisation, where the trees bow under their burden of snow and the distant fells look mysterious in the half-light.
Your Husky Experience is a highlight of your four-night break with Transun. But there is so much more. From a Snowmobile Adventure to a reindeer sleigh ride, from a Search For Santa to a Festive Dinner, your short break is filled with magical experiences.
Optional Excursions & Extras
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be safe in Lapland?
The local operators are fully qualified, experienced and safety conscious and their equipment complies with local safety standards. However, it must be borne in mind that the activities are authentically Lappish as we are offering the experience of local adventures. To keep safe, you must ensure you follow the instructions of our guides. Bear in mind that you are visiting an area where Arctic conditions prevail. And please remember that the animal rides are traditional and authentic and use untamed animals. Rides are taken at your own risk, although that risk is very small. Parents and guardians are responsible for the supervision of their own children and those within their party at all times. Before commencing any activities on these tours, each participant will be given clear and full safety instructions. Please ensure you follow these instructions and exercise caution. No one should travel without insurance.
What do I do with my belongings on a day break?
When you collect your thermal suits and boots, you will be given a bag in which you can store your outdoor coats and shoes that you have travelled in. Please ensure you take anything with you that you may require during the day, plus your valuables such as money and passports. There is no secure storage for valuables. You will collect your bag at the end of the day when you change out of your thermal suits. On some occasions it may be necessary that these bags are taken with you.