Santa’s Lapland in Finland has launched its ‘In Safe Hands’ campaign, offering family groups peace of mind that their visit to the ‘North Pole’ can go ahead safely this Christmas.
The attraction has put extra safeguards in place, such as safety equipment, staff covid-specific training and regular disinfecting of communal areas to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Paul Carter, CEO of Santa’s Lapland, said: “In preparation for a customer’s visit to Santa’s Lapland this Christmas, our team, Santa and the Elves are busy working with our local partners to help everyone remain safe.
“There’s lots to do, but you can be rest assured that we’ll do our very best to make sure our holidays to Lapland are as magical as expected.”
Visitors can take part in a range of festive activities from husky sledding and reindeer sleigh rides to a search for Santa. Accommodation is also available.
If the current situation does change closer to Christmas, customers are being reassured that the holiday can be changed or a full refund given should the trip be cancelled by Santa’s Lapland.
Santa’s Lapland in Finland is ABTA and ATOL protected, schemes backed by the Government so customer’s money is protected.
The attraction also has a snow guarantee. According to the team, seeing Lapland in the snow is all part of the experience, so if the tour operator decides that there’s insufficient snow, customers can amend their travel dates within the same season or get a full refund (subject to terms).
Special family deals
Families (two adults & two children) can make use of one free child space on the holiday if their children are aged 11 and under. This deal is available on selected flights and a first-come-first-served basis so early booking is advised.
Grandparents can also save £100 per couple, off adult prices, meaning that there is an extra £50 per person discount for any grandparents travelling with their extended family. Terms and conditions apply to both deals.
For more information, visit www.santaslapland.com