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August 28, 2012

We know it's early, but best to beat the rush.. From Summer To Santa; Esprit Launches 2012 Santa Holidays.

Esprit Santa’s Lapland has released details of its winter programme of snowy, festive holidays to visit Santa in Lapland’s frozen north this December, with a new inclusive Igloo Fantasia experience, including new elf shows, an exhibition of ice sculptures and reindeer feeding added to its already comprehensive offer.

Esprit Santa’s Lapland has released details of its winter programme of snowy, festive holidays to visit Santa in Lapland’s frozen north this December, with a new inclusive Igloo Fantasia experience, including new elf shows, an exhibition of ice sculptures and reindeer feeding added to its already comprehensive offer.

Also new for 2012 are catered Christmas Cabins for groups and families of up to 12, providing high quality log-cabin accommodation in the care of dedicated hosts who provide breakfast and dinner each day.

This year’s holidays, which include 3 and 4 day trips between 1st and 23rd December 2012, cost from £678 per adult, children travelling free or paying from £439 per place, inclusive of return flights, transfers, bed and breakfast hotel accommodation, a full day’s activities in a snowy woodland and a private family visit to see Santa, with gifts for children aged 11 and under.

Santa’s Lapland’s Ian Hope said “Our new Christmas Cabin accommodation was introduced last year and was a huge success, which is why we have added larger cabins for bigger family groups of up to 12. Guests really like the concept of catered accommodation where they can have the privacy of their own sitting and dining areas, with the comfort of a cabin host and the knowledge that their holiday price includes all meals and all drinks at mealtimes”.

Esprit Santa’s Lapland offers one of the most comprehensive Santa holiday packages on the market, with all holidays including return flights, transfers, a gift from Santa for children under 11, a private family meeting with Santa at which he reads each child’s own letter and a full day’s activities in a snowy woodland centre, with coach transfers.

Ian Hope continued “It’s not until a family actually gets to Lapland and sees what’s available to do, or speaks with another family at the hotel bar, that they realise what they may have missed out on. Because we know that time is limited and once there, it’s hard to add on experiences without driving up the cost of the holiday significantly, we include as much as we can within the holiday cost to give our guests the best possible value. When buying a holiday like this it’s really important that guests check what’s included as buying a `cheap’ Lapland package can be an expensive mistake”.

The new Santa’s Lapland holidays are currently on offer with an early booking discount of up to £75 per adult, a grandparent saving of £30 per couple and free places for children aged 5 years and under.

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