Visit the magical Santa Claus Village topped off with a snowmobile trip to a reindeer farm. On this 6-hour tour you will get to meet Santa himself, see the Santa Claus Main Post Office, do some souvenir shopping as well as cross the Arctic Circle.
- Close encounter with wildlife
- Excellent value for money
- Family friendly
- Ideal choice for families
- Popular choice with kids
Know More about this tourFollowing a pickup at your Rovaniemi hotel at approximately 9:30am (depending on your hotel), travel into the countryside toward the Santa Claus Village to begin your 6-hour tour.
On arrival, visit the official Santa Claus Main Post Office, perhaps enjoy a little seasonal souvenir shopping, and meet Father Christmas himself! Enjoy a delicious lunch, then hop onto your snowmobile with your guide and zoom further into the Finnish wilderness.
Follow winding tracks through the open countryside to a local reindeer farm, and meet the reindeer herders. Enjoy a reindeer sleigh ride and take part in a traditional Arctic Circle ceremony before returning in comfort to your Rovaniemi hotel, where your Arctic adventure will come to an end.
Inclusions for Visit To Santa Claus Village And Snowmobiling To Reindeer Farm From Rovaniemi
- Winter clothing
- Snowmobile instructions and safari 2 persons/snowmobile
- Driving approx. 15-25 km
- Visit to reindeer farm
- Short reindeer sleigh ride and reindeer driving license
- Arctic Circle ceremony and Certificate
- Hot drinks
- Visit to Santa's Village by car
- Meeting with Santa Claus
Exclusions for Visit To Santa Claus Village And Snowmobiling To Reindeer Farm From Rovaniemi
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Child rate applies only when sharing with two paying adults
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat
Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
Winter clothing offered
Snowmobile instructions and safari based on two people per snowmobile; there's a supplement when driving one person per snowmobile