Northern Lights Village Levi, Sirkka
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Getting Here How to find us

How to get here

Muoniontie 1554, 99130 Sirkka, Finland

Important information

Arrival day transportation

Book [B1] Kittilä Airport - Northern Lights Village. For which time should I book? Book for your exact landing time. We'll be there to pick you up. Example: My flight landing time is 10:25. I book transportation for 10:25.

Departure day transportation

Book [B2] Northern Lights Village - Kittilä Airport. For which time should I book? Book for exactly 2 hours prior to take-off. The ride takes 30 minutes. Example: My flight take-off time is 13:30. I book transportation for 11:30

Check Out The Flight Routes

Direct flights are available from helsinki to ivalo (for our Saariselkä Resort) and to kittilä (for our Levi Resort)

Book transportation between Northern Lights Village Resorts

Easy Connections Between Levi And Saariselkä Make the most out of your vacation in Lapland, by combining a trip to Levi with Saariselkä


Opening Hours

Right Now

Reception 2pm–9pm
Breakfast 8am–10am
Lunch 12pm–2pm
Dinner 6pm–8pm
Bar 2pm–9pm


+358 164 691 200

Muoniontie 1554
99130 Sirkka

Why visit in the Spring?
In Finnish, we call the Lappish Spring ‘Kevättalvi’. There’s a beautiful balance between all the Winter perks, milder temperatures and more hours of daylight. Ideal for those looking to get the most out of the snow!
Why visit in the Summer?
Escape the heatwaves of regions closer to the equator, with temperatures rarely exceeding 20°C. Enjoy the quiet, peaceful and pristine nature of Lapland!
Why visit in the Autumn?
Temperatures are mild, there’s less crowd and nights are very dark which allows for amazing Northern Lights viewings. Plus: Enjoy Aurora Square! You’ll be able to see breathtaking Northern Lights reflections on unfrozen rivers and lakes.
Why visit in the Winter?
Sub-zero temperatures ensure there’s plenty of snow and outdoor fun for the whole family! The sun is only up for a few hours, making the Winter a great time to view Northern Lights. Cold nights tend to have a clear sky, with green, purple and red shades of the Aurora Borealis!