Published: 25 September 2018 by: The H4C Team

This new website is helping travellers to discover Lapland independently

If you've always dreamt of seeing the Northern Lights or dogsledding in the Arctic but you're not looking to join a tour group, this new booking service will make planning much easier. Designed to make booking activities secure and researching Arctic travel trips quick and easy, Visit Lapland is for travellers wanting to discover the Lapland region independently. 

Putting travellers in control of their own itinerary, the website has launched with 266 individual activities spread across Norway, Finland and Sweden. Also helping to keep travel costs down, no booking fees are added, with every activity offered at direct retail price. There'll also be exclusive offers and discounts available in the future – watch this space.

Visit Lapland will connect you with amazing experiences, like dogsledding

Visit Lapland co-founder Chad Blakely says the website will make organising a dream Arcitic adventure much more stress-free. "We are all about helping Lapland travel dreams come true through our advice and bookable activities," says Blakely. "Whether hunting the Northern Lights in Abisko, joining a dog sled adventure in Tromso, learning about the Sami culture in Kiruna or visiting Santa in Rovaniemi, a holiday to Lapland offers such a fantastic range of Arctic experiences that simply can't be done anywhere else!"

To find out more about Visit Lapland or to book your own Arctic getaway, visit the website here

Image credit: Visit Lapland

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