[P3] Searching for the Northern Lights - 3–Night Package
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"When the world was still new, a pillar of the world stood here, with the golden North Star shining at the top. The pillar supported the sky and its thousands of stars."
Spend three luxurious nights bathed by the Northern Lights, next to the deserted wilderness and the treeless fells, near the village of Levi. Let the wintery nature of Lapland enchant you while you experience unforgettable adventures and the dazzling beauty of the northern night sky!
Guests are accommodated in Aurora Cabins. 29 square meter cabin has enough room for spending an evening together under the glass roof which provides a view of the star-filled sky and the Northern Lights. Breakfast, lunch, and dinners are provided in the Northern Lights Village’s cozy restaurant.
During your stay, you have ample time to enjoy all of the most beautiful and impressive experiences and activities available in all of Lapland on our expertly organized expeditions. Warm clothes, a guide, and food are included in all activities so that you can fully relax.
The Northern Lights Village specializes in hunting and photographing the Northern Lights. On all Aurora Expeditions, you are guided by a professional photographer, who will help you take the best possible photos to share with your friends.
With our packages, you're saving an average of 25%, compared to when booking experiences and transfers separately.
Looking to stay more nights than those included in the package?
Make your package booking first and then make another booking for accommodation and meals.
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!
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.
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!