Frequently Asked Questions
Our various premium apartments are located in the center of Rovaniemi. Our authentic first-class cabins are about a 20-minute drive from the center and on the shores of the lakes. The igloo is located by the lake.
Rovaniemi has four different seasons. The most popular time to visit the city is in December. In Santa Claus's village, you can experience the authentic Christmas atmosphere with your family and, of course, see Santa Claus himself.
January-February is the coldest month and when the snow cover is at its thickest and you can enjoy the snow-covered landscapes. March and the beginning of April are still snowy and the spring sun offers nice outdoor weather. In the summer, a visit to the pure nature of Lapland in the nightless night sun is worth experiencing. You can try berry picking or mountain biking. In our cottages, you can also enjoy fishing on the lake.
During the winter season, we recommend warm clothes for outdoor activities: a beanie, gloves, sweatpants, and a winter jacket.
As an underlayer, we recommend merino wool.
You can get to our destinations most easily with the transportation provided by our company.
Alternatively, you can use public transport and/or a taxi.
We are available throughout the stay, and you can ask us about all matters related to your trip.
We are more than happy to help!
The first snow typically falls in November and the last snow melts at the beginning of May.
The best chance to see the northern lights is from the end of August to the beginning of April. All you need is a dark evening/night and a clear sky, and a bit of luck!
The best places are outside the city. For example, our cabin and igloo are outside the light pollution of the city, so the northern lights stand out more clearly and are more visible than in the city.
You can get there easily with our private transport or public transport. You can experience various well-loved activities, such as reindeer sledding, a husky safari, and the favorite of the little ones in the family, the petting zoo. There you can see Santa Claus's animals such as reindeer, alpacas, llamas, rabbits, sheep, and moose. In addition, you can shop in Lapland-themed stores and eat local delicacies in restaurants.