Win a trip to see the Northern Lights in Lapland & stay in an Aurora cabin

hush and Destinology are running a competition to win the perfect cold-weather trip. The winner and their guest will get to spend three nights in the depths of Lapland, hopefully getting to witness the incredible phenomenon that is the Northern Lights. It includes, flights, transfers and hotel.

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Lapland is one of the best places on earth to witness the natural wonder of the Aurora Borealis. On a clear night, head into the wild, let the crisp arctic air fill your lungs and gaze up at the light show dancing overhead. For the adventurous, strap on some snowshoes, ride in a reindeer pulled sleigh or jump on the back of a dog sled for an unforgettable experience.
The Northern Lights aren't the only thing to see whilst visiting Lapland - by day, go on a snowmobile safari, try your hand at ice-fishing or escape the cold with a visit to the sauna.
By night, retreat to the gorgeous Wilderness Hotel Muotka located deep in the Taiga forest. Hidden from all light pollution, your Aurora cabin is the perfect place to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights from the sanctuary of your bed and with the warmth of a log fire.

What do you win?

A three-night holiday for two, including

  • Return flights
  • Hotel - Wilderness Hotel, Muotka
  • Transfers to and from the hotel.

How to enter

  • Click the red button link to take you to the competition page
  • Enter your details
  • Check the terms & conditions
  • Click to submit your entry

Competition closes

Midnight on 31st December 2018

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Post by Stuart

Stuart discovered his passion for all things travel during one of his first jobs overseeing the travel section of a well-known bookshop. He has worked in publishing for 15 years, most recently as a freelance travel writer. He's always planning his next adventure away. Favourite destination? It has to be Western Canada & The Rockies. Next trip? Prague.

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