Luxury wilderness Northern Lights vacation, Finland

A five day, small group vacation staying on the frozen shores of Lake inari in Finnish Lapland. with husky sledding and lots of other winter activities.
Wilderness hotel in Finnish Lapland Lake Inari Husky sledding Northern Lights Aurora camp Snowmobiling Panoramic bedroom windows for Northern Lights watching Adult only boutique hotel
Price
£2045To£2645 including UK flights
Duration
5 Days
Type
Small group
Group size
2- 30 people
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Includes flights, transfers, 4 nights full board accommodation (upgrades available), activities as per itinerary, fully qualified guides, cold weather clothing, Aurora alert.
Min age 16.
Winter 2022/23 departures now available.
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Description of Luxury wilderness Northern Lights vacation, Finland

Price information

£2045To£2645 including UK flights
Includes flights, transfers, 4 nights full board accommodation (upgrades available), activities as per itinerary, fully qualified guides, cold weather clothing, Aurora alert.
Min age 16.
Winter 2022/23 departures now available.
Make enquiry

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1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?


Seeing the Aurora on three out of our four nights has to be the highlight of our trip. However, it would be remiss not to mention the activities we participated in (snowshoeing, aurora camp x 2, snowmobiling, husky sled & aurora snowmobiling, which all brought their particular enjoyable moments to enhance our enjoyment.

2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?


Take advantage of all that is on offer at the hotel. It is ideally located with welcoming and helpful staff.

3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


Yes. We had several opportunities to enact with the locals and to listen to things that mattered, from their perspective.

4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?


We thoroughly our trip and would not hesitate to recommend it to others.

Responsible Travel

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Planet

Nangu sits in one of the most pristine wilderness environments in Europe and the owners fully appreciate their responsibilities when it comes to preserving this area.

The lodge has been recently transformed into a boutique hotel but many of the original log structures have formed the new incarnation, wasting as little as possible. All of the new wood is sustainably-sourced and the buildings are all in keeping with their setting and natural environment. The staff and guides at the hotel fully comprehend the requirement for a leave-no-trace policy and waste reduction policies are also in place. The guides who lead the safaris all have the utmost respect for this landscape and instil this in all of their guests.

Snowmobiles are used within the vacation but these machines are the most efficient 4-stroke engines and are far more efficient than using 4 x 4 for transport. The vehicles are all expertly-maintained to ensure they work at the optimum MPG.
The dogs and reindeer visited during the vacation are kept to excellent welfare standards and fully in line with the stringent Finnish legislation.

People

This region of Finnish Lapland has become more and more reliant on tourism income and the economy locally now relies upon it. The owners of the hotel are a local couple and always endeavour to invest in local young people, training them and providing employment. This really helps to combat the rural to urban shift of young people which can otherwise detrimentally affect such remote areas after traditional industries such as forestry have declined.

The tourist money spent at Nangu remains in the local area. The hotel owners pride themselves on using local furnishing and materials wherever possible in their buildings and local produce is at the forefront of their menus. Guests gain a real insight into local culture this way but also can be assured that the money they spend benefits the local economy via the tourism multiplier effect.

Guests will also be given an appreciation of the traditions and way of life of the indigenous Sámi people whose culture is still very much a part of everyday life here. Through such education, it is hoped that the future survival of this incredible way of life can be preserved.

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