Kids go free to see Father Christmas in Lapland

Father Christmas in Lapland

There’s a nice early Christmas present for families – take the kids to see Father Christmas in Lapland and they go for free. 

The deal is with specialist Arctic holiday company Transun who offer the free place when three people book to see Santa.

Families on the three-night ‘Sleigh Bells Ringing’ break get to meet Santa Claus in snowy Lapland, as well as enjoying a reindeer sleigh ride and a husky sled safari. You might even get the chance to add to the magic by going on a snowmobile ride through the unspoiled wilderness in search of the elusive Northern Lights.

The package starts from £879 per adult and £759 per child (15-years-old or under) with flights departing from London Gatwick November 19, 2013. One free child place applies when three people, including a minimum of two adults.

The price includes three nights’ accommodation, return flights from a regional UK airport, thermal suit and boot hire and a special private family meeting with Santa including presents for each child. Each person also gets a souvenir Arctic Circle passport.

Departures are available from regional airports across the UK between November 19 – December 20, 2013 including Bristol, Luton, Manchester and Glasgow.