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By Travel PR
Long weekends in Lapland set to become easier from January 2014 - New flights - New long weekend trip - New Northern Lights Cathedral

By Polarguide and Logistics
About 900 kilometers around Finnish Lapland, Starting and finishing in Rovaniemi. No signed tracks, no checkpoints, only mandatory waypoints.

By Polarguide and Logistics
A race through the Finish lanscape around Lapland's main city: Rovaniemi. 150 kms race. Maximum time to complete it: 42 hours.

By Atophill Publishing
Author Tia Salingre-Williams admits that she has got spiritual advice from her departed relatives. The Lapponia Scriptures is a book of inspiring and elevating themes. It helps you achieve your own deepest dreams and attain a life of peace and joy.

By Travel PR
New January dates and availability with The White Circle – new, adult-only Lappish holiday expert

By Atophill Publishing
Tia Salingre-Williams realized that what we call death does not exist. Life goes on and on, and we never die. ”We only go to a new place with new situations. Said simply… We change clothes and roles in life’s drama.”

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By Travel PR
We may complain in winter that the days are too short, but Lapland’s currently experiencing Polar nights – a time when the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon. But, rather than 24 hours of darkness, ‘Blue Time’ begins.

By Travel PR
Long weekends in Lapland set to become easier from January 2014 - New flights - New long weekend trip - New Northern Lights Cathedral

By Travel PR
If Northern Lights holidays conjure up images of chilly temperatures and snowy landscapes, think again.

By Polarguide and Logistics
About 900 kilometers around Finnish Lapland, Starting and finishing in Rovaniemi. No signed tracks, no checkpoints, only mandatory waypoints.

By Polarguide and Logistics
A race through the Finish lanscape around Lapland's main city: Rovaniemi. 150 kms race. Maximum time to complete it: 42 hours.

By Atophill Publishing
Author Tia Salingre-Williams admits that she has got spiritual advice from her departed relatives. The Lapponia Scriptures is a book of inspiring and elevating themes. It helps you achieve your own deepest dreams and attain a life of peace and joy.

By Travel PR
New January dates and availability with The White Circle – new, adult-only Lappish holiday expert

By Atophill Publishing
Tia Salingre-Williams realized that what we call death does not exist. Life goes on and on, and we never die. ”We only go to a new place with new situations. Said simply… We change clothes and roles in life’s drama.”

By www.discover-the-world.co.uk/
As temperatures are now dipping below freezing in Swedish Lapland, construction of 23rd ICEHOTEL has begun. Plus, Discover the World unveils new Northern Lights Suites, exclusive Northern Lights Flights and Spring Equinox packages.

By Travel PR
Picture your typical snow-globe scene and it’s likely that Father Christmas,reindeer and snowmen will spring to mind.Enjoy all of these, plus a white Christmas –a definite when it comes to Lapland–on these three new Yuletide tours this winter.

By Travel PR
Propose, say “I do” or honeymoon in Lapland with Winter Weddings - Tailor-made and Northern Lights weddings, honeymoons and proposals

By Visit Finland
To experience the magic of the Northern Lights in Finnish Lapland.

By Travel PR
Husky-sledding in Finnish and Norwegian Lapland – the perfect antidote to Christmas

By Ultimedia PR
Chartridge Conference Centre was magically transformed into Lapland-style ‘Hotel Santa’ when it was used by BBC One to film its Christmas comedy drama special, ‘Lapland’.

By Travel PR
– See Lapland as well as Father Christmas this winter with Activities Abroad

By Travel PR
Husky expeditions, snowmobile safaris and Father Christmas visits – a range of winter experiences for families (both young and old) and adults

By Claire Warrington
Many of us decide to get married abroad and some of us choose a warm country whilst others choose to get married in colder climates.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland is well into autumn and the nights are very chilly indeed with cold frosts and early morning mists across the quiet landscapes,

By Claire@shatterford.com
There are many reasons why a Lapland holiday is a great place to be, it is an extremely safe country that has great food and great activities.

By Claire Warrington
The ice hotel in Lapland is a big tourist attraction and many holidaymakers flock there each year to visit this spectacle

By Claire Warrington
The correct clothing does have to be worn in Lapland but a fortune does not have to be spent in order to have the correct Lapland clothes

By Claire Warrington
Autumn has arrived in Lapland which means that lots of changes have happened in Lapland which are very noticeable

By Claire Warrington
If you visit Lapland in the summer, it may surprise you how warm it actually is, the birds sing and the smell or freshly cut grass floats around the village in Yllas Lapland.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland has many Reindeer and it may surprise you to know that every single Reindeer is owned by someone.

By Claire Warrington
Many people travel to other countries in order to get married, some travel to hot countries, others travel to colder climates such as Lapland.

By Claire Warrington
It is hard to imagine Lapland when it is not covered in snow and it is hard to imagine that Lapland offers anything other than Christmas magic.

By Claire Warrington
Many of us dream of a holiday of a lifetime in Lapland and many of us have been lucky enough to experience the Santa experience in Lapland

By Claire Warrington
The husky dog safaris in Lapland are a firm favourite because they are fun and a great activity for all the family, even if you have small children

By Claire Warrington
Cross country skiing is a recognised sport with competitions held all over Finland and the locals partake in cross country skiing all through the winter months in order to keep fit and it is a very enjoyable sport

By Claire Warrington
Lapland’s summer lasts for only about two months but they are two months of long warm days and nights where the sun does not drop from the sky and Lapland experiences 24 hour light.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland has many activities on offer and a week’s holiday is not long enough to experience them all, in fact you could stay for a month in Lapland and still have plenty to do.

By Claire Warrington
The Midnight Sun in Lapland occurs during the summer months and is a period of time where the sun does not fade, casting 24 hour light in the Northern and Southern parts of the Arctic circle

By Claire Warrington
Ice fishing is a popular activity in Lapland and there are various trips you can take where you can ice fish n a frozen lake and hopefully catch a fish.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland during the summer months is a lovely place to be and there are plenty of activities on offer to both keep you busy and be enjoyed.

By Stewart McNab
70 Degrees North is a new business providing wilderness skills courses, guided treks and survival stag weekends in Finland. The business has just upgraded its website to include 4 Nordic languages and German. Events can be found on www.70north.co.uk.

By Claire Warrington
The brown bear in Lapland is common and usually hibernates during the long 200 day winter in Lapland. Lapland this year has experienced an early spring and the bears are well and truly out of hibernation.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland has experienced the early onset of spring with the snow falling from the trees and the cross country ski tracks being reduced.

By Claire Warrington
Yllas, Lapland is a small village that has managed to hold onto the old fashioned magic of Christmas.

By Claire Warrington
Many will be all too aware of Lapland as a winter destination but not many are familiar with Lapland as a summer destination but there is as much to do in the summer months

By Claire Warrington
The melting of the snow is coming fast in Lapland and the temperatures are in double figures during the day, although it is still quite cold during the evening time.

By Claire Warrington
Many people visit Lapland every year in search of Santa Claus and many excited children will revel in their Lapland experience of visiting Santa and playing in the endless snow.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland has been a snowy landscape for a long hard 200 days as the locals and holidaymakers have enjoyed lots of winter sports and had a very snowy Christmas.

By Claire Warrington
Most of us dream of visiting Lapland at some point and experiencing the real Santa experience but not many of us really give much thought to what other things are available in Lapland.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland is now having warmer weather, although it is a couple of weeks ahead of time, Lapland is due to go forward into its spring season

By Stewart McNab
70 Degrees North is a new business set up to provide wilderness skills courses, guided treks and survival stag weekends in Finland. It offers a unique blend of survival skills, travel in the wild and exploration of vast natural beauty.

By Claire Warrington
Lapland is coming towards spring but that does not mean that the snow has all but disappeared, in fact the skiing is still going strong and the winter activities are also in full swing. Snowmobile trips

By Claire Warrington
Lapland, Finland offers some of the latest skiing into the season, with skiing sometimes possible until early may. It really does depend on the weather and if it stays cold enough for long enough then the skiing will continue until quite late.

By Claire Warrington
We take for granted the high tech equipment now involved in skiing and there are an abundance of ski hire shops and resorts in which to take a skiing holidays.

By Claire Warrington
Snowshoes are a great activity in Lapland and give you a real chance to get out in Lapland and really experience the beauty and vast expanses Lapland has to offer. Although snowshoes are not ideal for very small children,

By Claire Warrington
The Husky dog is heavily associated with Lapland where they love nothing better than trekking through the forests of Lapland with a team of six dogs.



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