There is nothing more Finnish than relaxing in the wooden sauna and swimming in a lake while the northern lights colour the sky above you.
Experience a traditional Finnish wooden sauna
Swim in the frozen lake
Enjoy a tasty traditional Lapland BBQ
Search for the northern lights with professionals
Experience a traditional sauna heated with firewood and then jump into the lake or "roll" in the snow. This experience is both exciting and deeply relaxing.
The traditional firewood sauna must be heated 6 hours in advance to be pleasant for us. Then the water has turned into perfect steam. After warming up inside for a while, you can cool off outside in the lake or snow.
The guide will then take you to the ice lake to look for the northern lights and prepare the traditional grilled pork sausage and blueberry tea.
For this tour at least 2 people are required.
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Infants under 4 years are free of charge.
• Pick-up/drop-off from/to your hotel/accommodation
• An expert guide
• Winter clothes rental (overalls, boots, gloves, and beanie)
• Traditional Finnish firewood sauna
• Lake swimming
• Lapland BBQ sausage and blueberry tea
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off from outside Rovaniemi city surroundings (10km)
The transfer from and to the hotel is possible in most hotels/apartments within 10 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi. Please be ready and wait 10 minutes before your scheduled pick-up time in your hotel lobby. Please present your confirmation/bill and photo identification.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
The tour may be canceled or rescheduled if the group size is smaller than 2 persons.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 2 days before the date of the activity.
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