Incentives in Lapland

Wild Nordic's, with its integrated set of Lappish values like pure nature, unique activities and dedicated staff, expertise lies in creating itineraries with a twist on activities which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Our aim is to give your clients something priceless - the reward of motivating their company’s employees to desire to keep striving for the next reward.

For those new in incentive travel as well as incentive power houses with a long portfolio, Lapland has become an evergreen wild card destination they can offer alongside traditional incentive destinations. Lappish natural elements offer unpaired wintry landscapes, providing opportunities like enjoying a welcome dinner in the ice restaurant or going towards the non-conventional like ice climbing

Let us wrap you into our storytelling

Imagine the silence at the edge of a frozen lake, as your team learns Arctic survival skills. To get the adrenaline going, snowmobiling with our experienced guides is a must, either as a taster or for a multi-day expedition, for those who have been travelling for years and want something different than the usual tourist trip.  Why not be pioneers and visit the Arctic Ocean on snowmobiles with the best snowmobiling gear in Europe? For all those who are hiding an inner child inside, ice karting and a visit to Santa might be the wish they forgot they had. A kiss from a husky or reindeer will complete the experience and our incentive travel specialists cannot wait to put a spin on the traditional Arctic Animal safaris widely offered.

To a Finn, balance is important, so frosty outdoors is balanced with a warm and soothing traditional sauna and a glass of Lappish craft beer whilst in the hot tube, surrounded by sparkly snow. The bravest will gather the courage to try ice swimming, dipping their body safely into the ice opening, perhaps wearing a hat with the client's logo for long-lasting memories. Each activity you want can be customized and wrapped into storytelling relevant to your client.

Unique Wilderness venue for Incentives

Unique Wilderness Venue

Our Arctic Circle Wilderness Resort offers versatile possibilities for your clients to enjoy several venues for a variety of uses, close to nature and on the doorstep of the accommodation. Its best feature is the proximity to the city center of Rovaniemi (only 23 kilometers) and its unique location in the forest (safe, no transfer needed between activities, meals, venues and accommodation). One of the highlights of the Wilderness Resort is the private island, connected to the mainland with a picturesque bridge.

Wilderness resort features two distinct venues - our traditional Lappish teepee venue "Kota" is located on the island, with the capacity of 30 persons. Kota is heated and features a central fireplace, perfect for exclusive dinners. Whether you have a handful of people or a bigger group, the Wilderness Resort has a second venue, its main restaurant that features seats for 80 persons but can be divided into two separate cabinets: a smaller one for 20 persons and a bigger one for 60 persons. Both cabinets have meeting amenities and are adaptable based on the need for the space. Modern, hotel-like rooms can accommodate up to 50 people (double/twin beds) or 25 people (single occupancy). There is no need for transportations as we have a variety of connectable experiences making your stay unforgettable, such as taking a ride with a snowmobile or a sleigh ride with huskies.

No trip is complete without special stays

 We can offer you a wilderness location with all the comfort of a hotel, but as well a completely private location in the forest and a private island for client's use or in a coveted glass igloo under the Northern Lights. Peaceful nights paired with authentic food provided will provide a great start to fully enjoy the Lappish lifestyle each day during the client's stay with us.

Woman in the Panorama Hut
Man watching the northern lights

Pick a location that suits your needs

Wild Nordic Finland operates in two locations in Lapland, Rovaniemi and Levi - while they are both offering the Lappish atmosphere, they also allow our incentive trade specialist to help you pick a location suited to your needs. Rovaniemi will allow your clients to combine wilderness with the closeness of city life, allowing bigger groups and several one-of-a-kind locations. On the other hand, Levi, an active ski resort, boosts smaller capacity and is aimed towards more active groups with a flair for nightlife. Both locations feature a dedicated incentive coordinator on location as well as a variety of forever improving unique services and activities. 

Relay on us for skilled and professional planning and execution of your incentive travel program in Lapland

An incentive campaign is only as effective as it’s ability to inspire the client to choose Lapland above all other possibilities - give us a chance to charm you with the ancient magic of Lapland, enhanced with our knowledgeable multinational team.

Contact us: 

Tel +358 500 788 888

People watching the landscape

Summer facts

June - August
Temperature +15 - +25 degrees (the hottest temperature recorded is +30,6 °C)

Daylight 24 hours
Midnight sun brings with it wonderfully long sunlit days, meaning plenty of time for summer activities.

Activities include canoeing and boat trips on the lakes and rivers of the area, visiting huskies and reindeers, hiking, fat-biking, berry picking, sauna experiences and visiting Santa Claus.

Autumn facts

September - mid November
Temperature -5 - +15 degrees

People head to the forests in search of berries and mushrooms.
Aurora starts to dance in the night sky. 
The first snowfall is usually experienced by mid-November.

The autumn colours of oranges, reds and yellows start to appear.
To witness this transformation of colour enjoy one of our tours visit Autumn activities.

Activities include berry and mushroom picking, nature photography, sauna experiences and visits to a local museum.

Winter facts

Mid-November - mid-April
Temperature -5 - -30 degrees
(the coldest temperature recorded is -45,3 °C)
with rivers and lakes freezing over.

The shortest day of the year is December 21st or 22nd (varies annually), and thanks to being located right on the Arctic Circle, on this day, the sun doesn’t rise at all in Rovaniemi.

Beautiful winter landscapes highlighted by the brightness of the snow which on average stays for 183 days of the year.

See the vast selection of our Winter Activities.

Spring facts

Mid-April - May
Temperature -15 - +15 degrees

The snow starts to melt although many winter activities can still be enjoyed.
The days get longer and warmer, the ice starts breaking up in the rivers and moves downstream in great floes.

Nature (flora and fauna) wakes up and Rovaniemi starts to become green again. In Ranua Wildlife Park you can witness the animals getting ready for the summer.
The focus of the Activities in Rovaniemi includes both winter and summer experiences during this indecisive period.

Rovaniemi is situated in Finnish Lapland, right on the Arctic Circle. Despite the northern location, getting here is easy – Rovaniemi is well connected to the rest of the world via various means of transport. From abroad, the easiest way to get to Rovaniemi is by plane, either via Helsinki or direct. Inside Finland, Rovaniemi can be reached by plane, train, coach or car.

Flight connections
Daily flights between Rovaniemi and Helsinki are operated by Finnair and Norwegian throughout the year. During the winter season, November - March, EasyJet and Norwegian operate direct flights from London Gatwick to Rovaniemi.

Train connections
Finnish railroads are operated by state company VR.
Rovaniemi is easy to reach by rail from many Finnish towns, with several trains running to and from Helsinki every day and a night train every evening. Trains run year round, despite the harsh weather at times.

Coach connections
The coach services operated by Matkahuolto and Onnibus cover most of Finland’s road network and provide a well-priced option for getting to Rovaniemi.

Road connections
Rovaniemi is easy to get to by car from all directions although distances can be long. If you plan on travelling around Lapland by car, be sure to allocate enough time for the long distances and changing weather conditions, particularly in the winter. Note that during the winter period of snow and ice it is compulsory to have winter studded tires on your car.
Up-to-date information on road conditions is published by the Finnish Transport Agency.