Magical Christmas Eve Party in Lapland One-day tour



Lapland is the ideal place to spend a memorable Christmas Eve with your family. We invite you to a luxurious restaurant in the middle of a Lappish Forest! 

There you will be served 3-course dinner with a glass of rose champagne (starter: salmon soup, main course: reindeer meat dish, dessert: berry ice cream). After the dinner, children will have a special session with Elves - Santa’s little helpers who will teach them how to cook and decorate Christmas gingerbread cookies. It's well known that Santa Claus is the chief guest for Christmas Party. He will join you in the celebration, try the cookies, deliver a gift to everyone, and will thank you for your presence there.

After getting the professional lesson at the Elf’s school, you will set off outside where you will celebrate the magical night and get to watch the wonderful fireworks. Children will have an opportunity to drive a mini snowmobile, try tobogganing, and take other snow fun activities. 

*Other dinner options available upon request  

What´s Included

  • Guide in English (other languages available on request: Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese)
  • Pick-up and drop off to your hotel or accommodation within 15 km (driving distance) from Rovaniemi city center
  • Three course dinner at Lappish Forest restaurant with alcohol free champagne 
  • Elves school (Gingerbread cookies decoration) 
  • Santa Claus visit with a gift 
  • Mini snowmobiles
  • Hunting Northern Lights with photography

Additional information

  • Northern Lights sightings are subject to weather conditions and solar activity and are therefore not guaranteed
  • Mini snowmobiles are only available for children aged above 4 years old
  • At least 2 people are required for this tour to take place
  • Children can attend this activity with paying adults
  • Please be ready and wait in your hotel lobby 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pickup time
  • Product may be cancelled or rescheduled if the group size is smaller than 2 persons
  • Infants under the age of 2 are complementary