After the gifts have been unwrapped, the crackers pulled and the turkey nearly gone, our three-night short break to Santa's Lapland, departing on 27 December, offers the perfect tonic to the post-Christmas lull. Lapland’s enchanting Christmas landscape of crisp white snow, crackling log fires and roaming reindeer will keep the festive spirit alive. Just after Christmas is a quieter time to visit Santa's Lapland too, offering an unforgettable experience soaking up the atmosphere of Europe's last unspoiled wilderness as you set out into the magnificent snowscapes for a range of snow activities.
- Return flights with hot meals on board
- Full-board accommodation
- Private family meeting with Santa
- Small gift for children from Santa
- Husky experience
- Snowmobile adventure
- Reindeer sleigh ride
- 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
- Being able to meet Santa in Lapland after his round the world trip
- It's a fairytale adventure for children
- All of the winter sports that are included such as husky sledding and reindeer sleigh rides
London Gatwick, Manchester
This 3-night Santa's Lapland holiday offers you and your family a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some quality time together. There is a range of wonderful, magical experiences on this trip to Lapland: partake in a range of wintry activities from snowmobiling to husky sledding. And, what's more, Santa has not set off on his well-deserved holidays yet and he will be happy to chat with you now that all his hard work is over. Perhaps your children can thank him for their presents during your private family meeting? Glide through the forest aboard a reindeer-drawn sleigh in search of Santa, recovering from his round the world mission waiting to hear your children’s thoughts on the presents they received.
Optional Excursions & Extras
My son and myself had a fabulous time thank you for such an amazing experience. I didn't believe in Father Christmas until this trip. lol ...
- Stephen Singleton
Frequently Asked Questions
Can our group see Santa at the same time?
Santa’s log cabin can fit a maximum of seven people in the cabin at any one time. Please be advised that if your group is larger than this, you may need to split up into smaller groups. If you book your holiday with other families but wish to visit Santa in smaller groups, this must be communicated to us at the time of booking or at least two weeks prior to departure. It will not be possible to arrange upon arrival in resort.
Will we be able to give Santa a personal message?
This is possible on all of our Short Breaks. You must visit the ‘My Booking’ section of the Transun website and complete ‘Santa’s Wishlist’ prior to your arrival in resort, no later than five days before your departure day.
Where can I read more?
In the Frequently Asked Questions section or contact one of our Travel Specialists on 01865 265200.