New Year' Celebration Party 31.12 One-day tour

Our partner: NORDIC UNIQUE TRAVELS

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Description

Prepare yourself for an exciting journey to experience the New Year's Eve in Lapland! Upon arrival, you will be served a glass of champagne and light snacks in the bar made of pure Lappish ice and snow. 

After enjoying a drink in this unique location, you will be taken inside our beautiful event location, a genuine Wooden Cottage, typical Finnish style. You will be served snacks to celebrate with your family.

Meet the most welcomed guest at the New Year’s Eve – Santa Claus with a huge bag of toys and presents for everyone. You will then become a part of the open-air celebration and will get a chance to celebrate the last minutes of the year in a unique way. Children and their parents can try tobogganing, mini snowmobiles and other outdoor activities. 

An essential part of the Finnish New Year's Eve festivities are the numerous fireworks at midnight. Afterwards, we will take you to enjoy the best Finland can have, the Northern Lights!

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
  • Light snacks: cheese, gingerbread, hot blueberry juice and acohol free champagne 
  • Firework show 
  • 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 under 12 must be accompanied by adult
  • 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