Northern Lights in Lapland holiday

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Responsible tourism

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we screen every trip so you can travel knowing your holiday will help support conservation and local people.

Lapland is characterized by its unspoiled nature, forests, vast swamps, and many lakes. It is in our interest and in the interest of the whole humankind that Lapland's nature is protected and preserved for future generations. Join us in our goal to take care of nature and wildlife. We follow strict leave no trace policy and we encourage you to do the same. Let's leave nothing that doesn't belong in nature behind us. Our guides will collect any trash from you and feel free to give them anything you need to throw away. They will make sure it is disposed or recycled properly.

In order to limit waste production, we use recyclable or reusable dishware during our tours. Thankfully, tap water in Finland is of very good quality, therefore we use tap water. Our guides bring this water in reusable thermal bottles for our customers. This tour is operated in winter and the temperature is usually below zero. The guides will bring enough water for everybody. If you prefer your own bottle, we recommend you to bring a reusable thermal bottle which you can fill in our office.

During the tour, you will taste local food such as traditional reindeer dish or reindeer sausage. Reindeer herding is a traditional livelihood of Lappish people. By offering and eating reindeer dishes we support this tradition as well as limit the emissions connected with the import of different types of meat.

We usually shop in a market across the street, so we do not produce any food shopping-related emissions.

The Impacts of this Trip

We are a family-owned tour operator, specializing in Lapland. By traveling with us you support the local economy. That is also because we closely cooperate with local providers of activities (above all local reindeer and husky farms), accommodation, equipment, and souvenirs. For example, the firewood that we use for bonfires is supplied by a local company.

The Sámi people are the only indigenous people of Europe and they live in Lapland. We provide our clients with information about Sámi culture and history, but they can learn also on one of our tours. You will be visiting a Sámi Sámi reindeer farm and therefore contributing to Sámi people.

In our small souvenir store, we sell souvenirs made in Finland and Lapland. All our postcards are made by a local company in Rovaniemi.

This package is focused on Northern Lights tours which are run on our own. Although we are a local company, we recommend and encourage you to support the local economy also by buying local, genuine souvenirs, visiting local museums and eating local food in local restaurants. During your tour, we will provide you this information, but do not hesitate to ask the guide if you are looking for something specific.


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