Meet Father Christmas on a festive, family holiday to Lapland
JUST £50 PER PERSON*
Take your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews on a day trip they'll never forget as you journey 100 kilometres above the Arctic Circle to a sparkling landscape of snowy forests. For here, in the remote heart of Swedish Lapland, you'll find Pajala - the secret home of the real Santa Claus, his reindeer and his happy team of helpers.
For a few precious days in December, you can fly direct to Lapland on our specially chartered flight - the only 'Santa' flight into Pajala on that day - for a once-in-a-lifetime experience in a natural winter wonderland that's as far away from the everyday, increasingly commercial Christmas celebration as you could ever hope to find.
Your Exclusive Day Trip Itinerary
Fly direct to Pajala - gateway to the heart of Lapland, 80 kilometres beyond the Arctic Circle. Your Lapp hosts will meet you dressed in traditional Sami costume, before you make a short coach journey to 'Santa's Home'.
Your specially chartered flight will be the only 'Santa' flight to Pajala on this day, and numbers are strictly limited so that you have time to appreciate every magical moment.
On a day full of wonder, take the 'secret' path through the forest and follow the twinkling lights to Santa's log cabin, where he'll be waiting to greet each child personally. Enjoy a magical sleigh ride pulled by reindeer, a husky-drawn 'sledge safari', and a thrilling drive on a high-powered snowmobile.
A two-course lunch is served during the day. Hot drinks will also be available and thermal garments are supplied on arrival. Between activities, there will no doubt be opportunities to have fun in the snow, with toboggan rides, snowball fights and the chance to build a snowman.
Holders of full driving licences can take the controls. For children under 15, there will be the chance to be pulled along in a sleigh.
Temperatures rarely rises above freezing, and can get as low as -35C. Thermal wear for all sizes is provided at Santa's Village, but we recommend that you bring a suitable hat, gloves and outerwear (preferably layers) for travel between the aircraft and the village. Footwear is also available if you do not have your own boots.
Hot meals will be served on both outbound and inbound flights. Lunch at the village will consist of soup followed by traditional Swedish meatballs or a vegetarian option. Hot berry juice will be available throughout the day. Due to the remoteness of the location we are unable to fulfil any special dietary requirements. We'd, therefore, ask that any customers who suffer from allergies provide their own food for the day. You may also like to bring treats for your children to snack on during the day. Due to airport security, liquids must be purchased after you have passed through Passport Control.
An Airport Development Fee has been introduced at a few UK Airports. You will be required to pay this charge at the following airports prior to checking in for your flight: Blackpool, Durham Tees Valley, Newquay and Norwich. The amount varies from airport to airport, but it is generally between £5 and £10 per person. Please visit the airport's website for further information.
Airport development fees
There are no cash machines in Lapland, but British pounds may be used to purchase drinks, snacks and souvenirs. Valid credit/debit cards will be accepted.
*Low deposit offer of £50 per person is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time.