AURORA BOREALIS: Winter Safari in Lapland
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Unlike most places on the planet that slow down in winter, Lapland seems to come alive with the snow and the cold. Lying north of the Arctic Circle, winter lasts six months of the year, but the native Sami people have learned to get around by reindeer, dog sleds, snowmobiles, skis and snowshoes-all under the perpetual glow of the Aurora Borealis. Join us on an exciting winter safari that will encourage you to look upon the season with new eyes and a fresh sense of adventure!