Book a family igloo and dinner in advance, especially if traveling during popular times.
Depending on the snowmobile safari provider selected, there may be age limits on what the kids can do. Check before booking. They will have fun being pulled behind in a sled, but if your kid really wants to drive one, find a provider that has mini snowmobiles for your kid's age. Also, there is a shuttle to the igloo hotel.
In northern Lapland, the aurora borealis shines about every other clear night between September and March. In southern Finland, they are visible about 10-20 nights per year.
You can save money by sharing a snowmobile and swapping drivers halfway through. The igloos are expensive, but worth it.
Head north to the Arctic Circle and experience the northern lights in Finland with kids and much more. Start the day off at Rovaniemi’s Arctic Circle Snowmobile Park. Then, hop on and cruise through Finland’s beautiful forests on snowmobiles. Along the way, breathe in the cool, fresh Arctic air. Next, make your way to the Arctic Snow Hotel and Glass Igloos to explore the frozen lake and hit the sledding slopes before the evening show. Lastly, take in the aurora borealis in the comfort of your own glass igloo. It is quality family time at its best, with a little something for everyone.