A unique holiday experience designed for families who still want to be surrounded by a winter wonderland and try all of the key activities but who don’t need a man in a red suit to make their Christmas magical.
(TRAVPR.COM)UK - October 23rd, 2012 - Take the family Northern Lights hunting on this brand-new tour which will have you mushing huskies and cross-country skiing your way across Lapland’s Narnia-esque landscapes.
You’ll search for the Aurora on a snowmobile, as well as on a snow-shoe trek, and learn how to capture the Lights on camera too. You’ll also spend a day learning wilderness skills with Finland’s answer to Ray Mears.
The Menesjärvi - Family Northern Lights Hunt costs from £1,495 per adult and from £995 per child (10+) - family of four sharing - including flights (London), transfers, six nights’ full-board, activities, cold-weather clothing, equipment and guides.
This holiday is about shared family experiences and activities and getting to know the real people of Lapland, their culture and the landscape in which they live. It’s a magical place to spend time together as a family and search out the Aurora Borealis.
Call Activities Abroad on 01670 789 991 or visit www.ActivitiesAbroad.com.
About Activities Abroad Activities Abroad are the UK’s leading specialist tour operator for summer and winter activity holidays suitable for families, single parent families, adults only, groups, couples and singles.
In response to the increasing demand for holidays and breaks that offer more than just the usual holiday experience, the company has developed an extensive programme of overseas activity holidays in a number of different countries featuring a wide range of sports and activities.
Itineraries include exhilarating experiences as diverse as canyoning in Provence, seeing the northern lights, dog sledding in Lapland and white water rafting in Turkey.
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