Join us for an unforgettable New Years holiday & welcome the New Year here in Finnish Lapland. With a little luck, our sparklers won’t be the only thing lighting up the night.
You may have heard that we are currently experiencing something called a solar minimum. Some sources claim that seeing the aurora borealis is near impossible during a solar minimum and that it isn’t a good time to book a holiday to see the Northern Lights. Fear not – we can proof that you can still see spectacular Northern Lights displays even though we are in the solar minimum & that it shouldn’t stop you from making your dream of seeing the Northern Lights a reality.
Glass igloos seem to be the new viral sensation and popular way to see the Northern Lights. The downside of the igloos is that they can be a little pricy and limiting in terms of location if you don’t have a rental car available BUT that’s not what this post…
Utsjoki is one of the first places in Finland to welcome the ruska season. This beautiful phenomenon starts in the north and gradually moves south. Finland is such a long country that it takes time for autumn to arrive in the southern parts of Finland.