Northern Lights tailor made holiday in Finland

“This exciting holiday puts you in exactly in the best place to spot the Northern Lights and offers a huge timetable of exhilarating winter activities to choose from too.”


Harriniva | Muonio | Arctic Circle | Northern Lights | Northern Lights husky safari | Snowmobiling | Snowshoeing | Cross country skiing | Ice fishing | Northern Lights Workshop | Reindeer farm | Northern Lights reindeer safari

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made according to your requirements between 25th November and 5th April
Our top tip:
Don't worry about heavy layers - cold weather clothing is provided.
Trip type:
Group tour, 10-24 adults (min. age 16), plus expert guide.
Activity level:
En suite hotels
Solo travellers welcome. Single rooms available for a surcharge.
3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners.
Flights, transfers, accommodation, guides, instructors.
“How do I relax locally when I’m not working? Visiting the sauna and cross-country skiing – fully embracing what the locals do to relax.”

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Northern Lights tailor made holiday in Finland


Our local partner’s guides are trained to minimise our impact on the environment while supporting the guest’s experience. Guides practice ‘Leave No Trace’ principles on the trail. We also recycle whenever possible in all the regions we travel.

When planning and creating new activities and itineraries the most environmentally friendly transport methods are always considered and we use the smallest vehicle possible for each transfer therefore minimising pollution from larger vehicles wherever possible. Journeys for airport transfers or activities are also always combined to reduce the number of journeys for each itinerary.

The huge growth in tourism and service provision has been developed in conjunction with a long-term sustainable tourism plan with one of the primary objectives being to maintain nature in its natural state while guaranteeing the traditional way of life.

Much of this has been achieved along with membership of EU development programmes, aimed at diversifying sources of livelihood, effective usage of resources and to increase export.

Promoting entrepreneurship, ongoing re-education of the workforce and development of the educational system to suit the needs of enterprises is continuing. The target is to diversify the sources of livelihood, increase the value of refinement production and develop new enterprises particularly in the area of tourism. National measures as well as EU-programme measures support this objective.


Local employment in the traditional industries of Finnish Lapland such as Forestry has been slowly declining. In 1950 the largest part of Lapland’s inhabitants lived in rural areas and more than half the workforce worked in forestry and agriculture. By 1997 approximately a quarter of Lapland’s 100 000 workforce was unemployed. Today the main source of employment and income is within the industries dependent upon tourism such as the restaurant and accommodation services with 65 % of the workforce being in the service industry, 22 % in processing and 10 % in primary production.

This economic turn is particularly noticeable in the small, relatively unknown region of Finnish Lapland and working within this growth industry in rural and remote areas means that we must take a great deal of responsibility; socially, environmentally and economically. We fully appreciate the impact of tourist visits on local communities and their residents and strive to ensure that we are having a positive effect.

We embrace this philosophy, employing local activity providers and using only locally owned hotels. The Harriniva Wilderness hotel is situated in the heart of Lapland near the remote town of Muonio and has been employing the local community for over 30 years.

In this manner we help to maintain jobs in an area where unemployment was, until recently, very high. Additionally, the use of local suppliers ensures that the tourism spend filters through to local economies via the tourism multiplier effect.

Reviews of Northern Lights tailor made holiday in Finland

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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
Very enjoyable
It was OK
A bit disappointing really

Reviewed on 20 Mar 2016 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Everything. All activities of the trip were such memorable and exciting.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Just enjoy all the activities even if you don't feel like it. You won't regret it.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

9/10. Less a point for 'missing out of one activity' but managed to schedule it back in.

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