Rovaniemi is still one of the most popular incentive destinations in the world. Besides all the well-known activities and facilities there is still something new to be discovered each winter. We bing You some of the new Rovaniemi incentive highlights that You can experience this winter 2017-2018.
NORTHERN LIGHTS SAUNA
Two main things people know about Finland is probably sauna and northern lights. Now You can cross those from Your bucket list at once, as You can have the extreme sauna experience in the traditional wood heated sauna located in the forest under the sky filled with Northern Lights. Make it even more unforgettable with swimming in the ice-hole and a third line on the list will also be crossed;).
NEW GLASS IGLOOS OPENED IN SANTA KLAUS VILLAGE
Santa Klaus Hotel opened 29 of brand new glass igloos by the end of last winter. By November 2017 total of 71 luxurious glass igloos will be ready for You. the location is brilliant, as they are right at the Santa Klaus Village on the Arctic Circle. The new glass-roofed, arctic view rooms offer a whole new opportunity to experience Lapland’s ever-changing nature while enjoying the comforts of a hotel room. While until November You can have breakfast served straight to Your igloo, then a brand new reception and restaurant will be serving customers by this Christmas.
AUTHENTIC GOURMET EXPERIENCE
Rovaniemi is not about fancy food and small portions. It is about simple tastes made with authentic methods. As You know the food tastes best outside in fresh air, then that is what we will offer You. Campfire cooking class in the nature with traditional Lappish salmon on open fire, fried bread cheese with hand picked cloudberry jam. All poured down with best local craft beer or hot cocoa with mint.
REINDEER HORN WORKSHOP
We welcome you to visit our handicraft workshop and Lappish home! Explore with us the versatile use of reindeer antlers as a material used in handicrafts and the fascinating history of working antlers. We will demonstrate for you how antler is worked while telling you stories about reindeer and living in the vast expanses of Lapland. As we reveal to you some of our professional skills, you will have the opportunity to make your own souvenir of your visit. We will also tell you about other materials collected from Lapland’s nature for use in handicrafts. At this handicraft workshop, you get the chance to make your own small object made from reindeer antler. Following this, you will be taken to explore our genuine, Lappish home and way of life.