Santa Claus Village

Looking for a snowy paradise, to enjoy your winter break? Lapland makes your winter break awesome. It is located northernmost edge of Europe, public call it as a magical winter wonderland. Winter in the Lapland, allows you to discover the Northern Lights, have a chance to meet the Great Big man Santa Claus and more. This magnificent winter destination displays glittering snow, amazing wildlife and more. Invigorate you adventure mind with adventure activities. Here a list of few things that should make your Lapland trip unforgettable.

Nature’s almost spectacular show, visitors from across the world, eagerly visiting this spot, significantly for Northern Lights. Especially winter is the apt season to watch out the alluring mysterious Northern lights. The phenomena under the mysterious appearance of greenish light in the sky, near the northern magnetic pole. But you must enjoy this mysterious in Finland’s region Lapland. Over the clear and dark night sky during winter, visitors inquisitively wait to watch this Northern lights. While, you are there forget to keep your eyes wide open. Really winter is the apt season to watch out this brightest Aurora. Never miss to enjoy this. Millions of visitors gather together here, to soak up their eyes on to the brightest Aurora.(image by Paatus)6755339541_9500713499_z

Folks love to visit this Lapland significantly in winter for a couple of reasons, alluring Northern Lights and the another is the Santa Claus Village. Santa Claus Village lies on the Arctic Circle, 8 km north of Rovaniemi. Almost the European believing that the Santa Claus has existed in the Santa Claus Village. Almost all the children, dream hero Santa Claus. With Santa Claus Village, you must shop the gifts from the official Santa Claus souvenir shop, meet the big man and his friendly reindeer. Never forget to collect lots of snap over there. There you must visit the Santa Clause Post Office, where children are welcomed with tons of Christmas related items. There you must also have a chance to meet Santa. Don’t miss to see the Arctic Circle marked by white lines. Throughout the village you must find out the restaurants, souvenir shops and stunning lit ice sculptures.(image by chanshuikay)8326897249_f6a1cbee82_b

If you want to enjoy the charming traditional atmosphere with the domestic farm animal, you must visit the Levin Lapinkyla. The Levin Lapinkyla is an authentic farm in Lapland, where discover the enchanting Finnish culture and tradition. This destination is highlighted with lovely farm animals such as reindeer, sheep, goats, bunnies, gerbils, guinea pigs, alpacas and cute birds. Enjoy the reindeer ride over there.(image by infeite)3053140393_79a53a563e_z

If you want to in-depth, about the history and culture of Finnish Lapland and the Arctic region, invade towards the Arktikum Science Museum. Here you must watch out the prehistoric evidences, lifestyle and more.

The Lapland is the perfect place to spend your winter days. Enjoy your winter with the Northern lights and Santa Claus village.

Featured image courtesy by Paatus


Lapland, a magical and attractive wonderland located on the northernmost region of the Europe, which really looks like a fairy tale world and best time to explore this world is winter, where you can find the exciting spots to spend your winter holiday, do you know the great Santa Claus village? It sounds amaze right! Your Lapland trip will allow you to explore these types of mysterious spot along with the white snows. In Lapland you can enjoy the winter almost 200 long days of year, so you can explore the huge glittering snow regions, amazing wildlife and magnificent spots over there, so your winter season’s best tourist destination is the Lapland. Let’s begin to explore it.

Santa Claus Village:

In Lapland you must visit the Santa Claus Village, which is the children’s dream world and most of the kids like to visit this spot, where you can find the 3 Exciting Parks and 1 Great Campground. The Santa’s Village is located 60 acre family entertainment park near Rovaniemi, where you can find many things to enjoy for your kids such as the Rides in amusement park, giant Candy Cane fountains, don’t miss to enjoy the sandy beach and Santa’s Village has several playgrounds throughout the park so the Santa Claus Village is the best spot for your kids and don’t think that the Santa Claus Village is only apt for the kids because there you can also find spots for the adults such as the Sports land, Muskoka Zip Lines & Aerial Park and so on. Don’t begin your Lapland trip by visiting the Santa Claus Village.(image by chanshuikay)8326897249_f6a1cbee82_z

Oulanka National Park:

Oulanka National Park is a national park in the Northern Ostrobothnia region of the Lapland, Which is the best spot to enjoy hiking because it is the best hiking destination in Lapland. There you can follow the popular Karhunkierros Hiking Trail, which leads through the National Park, where you can enjoy the landscape is made up of pine forests, river valleys with sandy banks and more, which is the really enriched with the rich in animal and plant species, even endangered ones. The vista of the Oulanka National Park will impress you more by its gorgeous look, where you can enjoy the stunning scenery of the animals and greenery plants of the Oulanka National Park.(image by Stefan Gerrits aka vanbikkel)8386486645_ea872ddb08_z

Riisitunturi National Park:

Riisitunturi National Park is a national park in Posio spreads over 77 square kilometers and located over the mountainous area, where you can enjoy the awesome snow covered and frozen snow deposits forest landscape. In Riisitunturi National Park you can enjoy your trip by wander around the snow regions everywhere and make your unique trails over there, which is a best ski spot in the Lapland and tourist people also enjoy the trails of the ski area in that park and especially this is the heaven in winter season and no one never like to return their dwelling spot because of the landscape. So add the Riisitunturi National Park also in your list of Lapland trip.

So enjoy your winter in Lapland and stun it.

Featured image courtesy by Diego J. Álvarez