Christmas Package

Celebrate a White Christmas

Celebrate a guaranteed crystal white Christmas with skiing, Winter games and snowshoe walks under a spectacular show of the northern lights above your head. Satisfy yourself and your palate with the exotic delicacies of the Lapland pantry. At Camp Ripan you live close to nature in your own cabin where adventures await you just outside your cabin door. Here we have Christmas activities for the entire family. Follow us on a sled tour with snowmobiles to find the yearly grand Christmas tree, meet Santa Claus and enjoy our delicious three–course Christmas menu. With us you are guaranteed a true Winter experience with all the Christmas trimmings!

 

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Price: 8 210 SEK/person, 4 050 SEK/child (2-12 years) For children under 2 years please contact us to get a price quote.

Package includes: 4 nights accommodations in a double- or family chalet, half board, Swedish Christmas smorgasbord, Christmas activity, torchlight procession to early Christmas Mass, one day entrance to the Aurora Spa with the spa ritual Stävan (optional activities are not included). Christmas package is available 23/12– 27/12, 2021 with reservation for changes. It is possible to add extra nights and activities for additional costs.

 Christmas package is available 23/12– 27/12, 2021 with reservation for changes. It is possible to add extra nights and activities for additional costs.

 

 

  • Sled tour with snowmobiles to find the yearly grand Christmas tree. Photo: Petra Månström

  • julgransdekoration

    Decorate the Christmas tree. Photo: Petra Månström

  • Swedish “fika” time. Photo: Petra Månström

  • fackeltåg

    We walk with torchlights towards Kiruna Church and the early Christmas Mass. Photo: Petra Månström

  • kiruna church

    The early Christmas mass in Kiruna Church. Experience an old Swedish Christmas tradition. Photo: Petra Månström

  • julbord

    Traditional Swedish Christmas smorgasbord.

  • relax

    Relax at Aurora Spa. Photo: Björn Wanhatalo

  • Christmas feelings. Photo: Petra Månström