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Santa's Lapland puts Christmas 2023 on sale

Santa's Lapland are almost 50% sold for Christmas 2022 and have now put their 2023 programme on sale.

This news comes a week after the final trips of last year saw families visit Santa, his elves, reindeer, huskies and more, after a year off in 2020 due to the pandemic.

Santa's Lapland provide popular trips to visit the real Santa in his winter wonderland home high above the Arctic Circle. Offering families the chance to ride in a husky sled and a reindeer sleigh ride, see elves, igloos, sparkling snow and try tobogganing, spot the Northern Lights and really make Christmas memorable again, Santa's Lapland are back at bringing the magic of Christmas to life.

For 2022, these trips are available with departures on November 25 to December 24. For 2023, departures run from November 24 to December 24. The package requires deposits of £150 per person. 

Santa's Lapland offer a choice of activity-packed packages for every family. With full length, snow fun adventures like husky sledding and more, all included in the price. Along with flights from a choice of 14 regional airports and different accommodation options.

Families can pick from the Santa's Magic package and its selection of hotels or Santa's Aurora and its Star Arctic hotel, perfect for spotting the Northern Lights. Both are available as three- or four-day breaks and are overflowing with winter festivities and fun for all.

www.santaslapland.com


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