Glass Igloos and the Northern Lights in Finnish Lapland

For the past 48 years, Goway has been at the forefront of new travel destinations, sending Globetrotters to some of the world’s last true frontiers. As a part of this ongoing tradition, we’ve added trips to the fascinating region of Finnish Lapland, undoubtedly one of the world’s last frontiers.

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is the world’s leading premium Arctic resort located 250 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland. Offering magical experiences surrounded by the authentic Arctic wilderness during all seasons of the year, the resort is best known for its world-famous Glass Igloos, the Northern Lights, the Midnight Sun, and Arctic art.

Goway has a 3-day stay in Finnish Lapland offering travellers the unique experience of sleeping under the Nordic sky, which is home to the famous Northern Lights. Explore the wilderness with a range of daily activities, returning each night to first-class facilities and a clear glass roof. Then, let relaxation mingle with excitement as you enjoy one of the world’s most unique natural spectacles, the Northern Lights, from the comfort of your room.
During a stay at Kakslauttanen, an intrepid Globetrotter can experience the Arctic wilderness on reindeer, husky, horse, and snowmobile safaris, just to name a few excursion options. The area is also known for its world-class cross-country skiing. Guests can also learn about the fascinating culture of the Sámi, the only indigenous people in the European Union. And of course, Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus welcome visitors to their home at the Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi.

Other Info to Keep In Mind


All cabins are equipped with a bathroom, sauna, and fireplace.

Glass and Snow Igloos

The construction of the Snow Igloos is weather dependent, and they’re usually ready by the end of December. Saunas, showers and warm toilets are available in a separate building. Guests can enjoy the evening sauna from 17:00 to 22:00, while showers operate 24 hours a day. There are towels, bathing gel, shampoo, and a hairdryer in the changing room.

All Glass Igloos have single beds. Each Small Glass Igloo has a toilet and a small basin inside. Each Large Glass Igloo has a toilet, basin, and a shower room inside. Snow Igloos have neither toilets nor basins inside.

The temperature inside the Glass Igloos is set at around 21°C. There are sockets inside the Glass Igloos, so please bring along electronic adaptors if needed.

Midnight Sun Season: 1st June – end of July.
Northern Lights Season: 22nd August – end of April.
Autumn Colours Season: end of August – 20th September.

A perfect way to round out your visit to Finland is to join the Best of Finland itinerary, on which you not only enjoy all Lapland has to offer, but also immerse yourself in the Finnish capital.

Helsinki exists at a historical crossroads. Sweden established the city in the 1500s and held it until Russia defeated Sweden in the Finnish War in the early 1800s and annexed Finland in 1809. From this time on, the town began to develop into a substantial city. Eventually, Finland won independence from Russia after World War I and the Russian Revolution. Today, Helsinki is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe.

On the Best of Finland journey, you get to know Finland’s capital with a full-day tour showcasing the important sites of this Nordic City. You also head on a half-day visit to the unique Helsinki Design District, which encompasses some 25 streets. It’s the ideal way to see the most popular attractions on a Finnish vacation.

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