Not in the Guidebooks has added new exclusive packages to its Lapland programme, including adult-only options, in response to demand.
The new packages include one night in an ice room at The Arctic Snow Hotel in Rovaniemi and two nights in a glass igloo, with snowmobile rides and excursions in search of the Northern lights.
Sales Director Debbie Sowden said: “Sales to Lapland have grown significantly this year with bookings up by 40% versus this time last year.
“Our quirky stays include glass roof cabins and arctic treehouses, together with our authentic Finnish experiences, really do make for a premium ‘once in a lifetime’ trip appealing to customers looking for a less commercial Lapland experience.
“Many people think that Lapland is just for Christmas when in fact it has a great offering year-round with January to March being a fantastic time to enjoy winter activities in the Aurora Borealis, and the spring and summer months when you can relax by a serenely quiet lakes and soak in the rays of the perpetual sunlight. It’s a great destination for hikers, climbers and mountain bikers.”