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Northern Lights by the Lake

From £110 pp

Finland, Lapland, Pyhä, Rovaniemi, Saariselkä

3 Hours


Northern Lights by the Lake

From £110 pp

What You'll Do

Enjoy an unforgettable evening around the roaring fire on the water's edge and marvel at the spectacular dance of the northern lights by the lake - only at our Aurora Camp.

The Northern Lights by the lake tour begins with a bus journey to the camp. On the way, we will stop to take photos at the rugged Lake Inari, a stunning expanse of ice dotted with pine-covered islands, which was believed to be the home of Ukko, the Overgod, by the ancient Laplanders.

From there, we continue on to the idyllic Aurora Camp on the shore of the lake.

In the camp, we will warm up in a cozy hut by the fire, enjoy a warming drink and prepare a traditional Lappish midnight snack whilst waiting for the northern lights to appear on the horizon.

Grab a reindeer hide, lie down in the snow, and enjoy an unforgettable adventure in Lapland under the northern lights. If the evening is completely calm, you may even hear the faint whispers the northern lights create as they ripple through the cold, pure air…

“Do not raise your voice as the Northern Lights blaze, for this brings bad luck.”


A panoramic view of the beautiful, spiritual Lake Inari

Relax under a blanket of stars in our Aurora Camp

Experience the magical northern lights in a stunning setting

Your Local Host:


Born and raised in Finland, for the last twenty -five years Markku has been offering authentic, immersive experiences in the region of Lapland. Markku gained experience working with his sister, as operations manager for her tour company. So, finding, and planning amazing authentic trips and experiences is what he has been doing all his working life.

Location Information

This tour runs from the resorts in Saariselkä, Phyä and Levi  in northern Finland, deep in the heart of Lapland.

250km north of the Arctic Circle, the area you’ll be staying in is a vast expanse of pristine pine forest that is home to bears, golden eagles, wolverines, and thousands of reindeer.

All activities will take place from reception.

  • 3 hour guided tour
  • Transportation
  • Warm clothes
  • English speaking local guide
  • Food & drinks


Trips run in the winter season from around November to late April.

The tour will start at 8pm and finish around 11pm.

Participants are offered thermal clothing for the duration of the experience. Other equipment, such as skis and snowshoes are to be returned after the end of every activity.