You can currently get Lapland holidays from £229pp – including Santa’s Village
Bargain hunters who have always wanted to experience a lavish trip to Lapland can now bag a trip for less than £500.
Wowcher has launches a Lapland Escape which even includes a Santa’s Village visit.
Holidaymakers will fly out to the stunning Lapland area in Finland for the ultimate festive trip.
You can choose how long you go away for depending on your budget as two, three, five and seven night holidays are available.
Breakfast is included in the price so you don’t need to worry about hunting down food first thing in the morning.
Return flights are also included in the magical offer.
When you fly you’re well advised to head to Arktikum – a science centre and museum that lets you investigate Northern nature, culture and history and learn all about Lapland.
You can discover spots where you can see the Northern Lights and learn all about the ecosystem of the Arctic circle.
Guests can get up-close and personal with the animals they learn about at the Rauna Wildlife Centre.
You may find your jaw dropping as you spot polar bears, reindeer, moose, arctic foxes and eagles as well as plenty more in a safari-style zoo.
Families can also get stuck into the Koivusaari Nature Trail – a hike filled with flora and fauna.
If you choose to, you can also head to Lapland’s Santa’s Village.
Here you can meet the big man himself, post letters to Father Christmas at his Post Office and grab some souvenirs and gifts.
A two night stay will set you back from £229 per person while three nights goes up to £249pp.
Five nights in magical lapland costs £359pp on the Wowcher offer while seven nights costs £449pp.
Holidaymakers will get to stay in the Hotelli Aakenus – a cosy base among the snowy landscape.
City Centre services are located nearby and the hotel features a restaurant, sauna and bike rental.
Plus you’ll have Wi-Fi, a TV, fridge, hair dryer and plenty of hot drinks in the room.
You can book the bargain winter trip at wowcher.co.uk
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