Given the region’s growing popularity and boutique offerings, it’s now time to book your 2017/18 winter holiday to Scandinavia. Guarantee your snow suite in the freshly carved ICEHOTEL and stake out your place under the dancing Northern Lights in Tromso.
For a limited time you can also save £200 per person on an exploratory cruise through Norway's majestic fjordscapes. Experience a truly white Christmas and New Year combined with the promise of twinkling Northern Lights or an invitation to cruise again.
Keeping on a northerly latitude, Canadian summers are equally enticing. Plunge into the Rockies on one of the world’s greatest train journeys or explore the country’s national-park drama with gorgeous drives and truly superb value excursions.
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With its mesmerising sculptures and thrilling excursions, a stay at Sweden's original ICEHOTEL is a truly unique experience. This classic short break includes a night in an Ice Room with two nights in warm accommodation.
Exclusive offer: Includes an Aurora Safari
Book by: 01 April 2019
Our most popular Northern Lights break, this four-day city stay in Tromso is the ideal introduction to Norway's Arctic delights, with wonderful restaurants and bars and easy access to a host of winter adventures.
Special fly-cruise fares
This full-board, exploratory cruise will bring you through fjords and past remote islands to reach Norway’s historic towns, fishing villages and Arctic fun. Everything from dogsledding and snowmobiling to the North Cape and the Russian border is set under the Northern Lights.
This Newfoundland journey starts in St John's, the oldest city in North America and takes in Trinity, Terra Nova National Park, Fogo Island, L'Anse aux Meadows – a Viking settlement site and Gros Morne National Park, designated a UNESCO world Heritage Site in 1987.
Sweep through the Canadian Rockies on a truly legendary rail journey, stopping off for scenic helicopter flights, gondola rides and guided tours of Banff and Yoho National Park. You'll even stay right on the shores of Lake Louise.