Adventure Awaits - Glass Igloos and Santa in Finland
As the weather starts to turn cooler it's inevitable to start thinking about Christmas. Have you ever considered a cold weather adventure with your family. Let Little Hotdog Watson inspire you with this magical winter wonderland adventure in Finland.
The amazing Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort offers these amazing igloos to stay in, glass or snow. It has enchanting arctic experiences, such as visiting Santa and Reindeer rides and has offered them since 1974.
So what to do first?
Get the real arctic feel and go sledding! Kakslauttanen offer an amazing experience for you and the kids to enjoy. Their friendly and eager dogs will take you all through the wilderness and you can alter the trip to your families needs, from a 15 minute trip or an over night adventure.
Huskys' not your thing, don't worry..
Snow Tank Safari
If it gets a little too cold and windy, this ones a must! However cold the weather is outside, you'll be warm and toasty in these enclosed sleighs. You can be taken across the snowy fells all whilst you can take in the amazing sights and landscapes that are surrounding you. A guide can answer all your questions and share fun facts about the backdrop while providing refreshments.
Finally a meeting with Santa himself and welcomes you into his home. The amazing chalet awaits at the end of a beautiful wooden walking bridge, across a narrow river. Santa's home is the largest log cabin in the whole of Finland, a sight they will remember forever.
Overall this is an amazing kid friendly destination and perfect for an arctic holiday, especially when you consider you'll also see the Northern Lights.
For more info click here.
Also please let us know if you have been, we would love to hear about your experience. What do you think, will you be booking soon?
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