Why Finland is known as Dreamland?

This is the Home to the oldest inhabitants of Europe — Sami and Santa Claus as well where you can meet him and make a personal wish. Land of midnight where the sun literally doesn’t set in summers. The most unique sauna experiences in the home of sauna. Finland holidays offer the largest variety of healthy berries in the world. Helsinki is the design capital of the world. Entire view is relaxing and rejuvenating with the adventurous winters that offer skiing, snow mobile, snow shoeing, kayaking and much more.

Finnish Lapland is the northernmost part of the country and is the best place to see the Northern lights in winters that is just ethereal. They are the charged particles that strike atoms in Earth’s atmosphere that cause electrons in the atoms to move to a higher state of energy. This entire process of releasing a photon when the electrons drop back to a lower energy state are Northern lights. The colors are pink, green, yellow, blue, violet, and occasionally orange, white and when the particles collide with oxygen, yellow and green are produced. Interactions with nitrogen produce red, violet, and occasionally blue colors. They are actually very colorful with some beautiful strokes of red and pink.

What is the best time to see Northern lights?

It’s impossible to predict them completely but is best visible in winter months from November to March. From October to late May, temperatures are known to drop below the freezing point. The best time to see the reindeer is Night, you can just go to a forest and make a small fire and wait for the lights to appear. In the Summer season, region changes with the beautiful green land with Flowers, Berries, Grass and Water bodies. Finland has more trees than people and more islands than any other nation in the world, book our Glass igloo holiday package to experience it smoothly.

Area: 338,145 sq km

Population: 5,532365 (2016)

Population density: 16.2 per sq. km

Capital: Helsinki

Government: Republic

Head of State: President Sauli Niinisto since 2012

Head of Government: Juha Sipila since 2015

If you are planning to head Finland with your own car then winter tires are a must. In urban areas the general speed limit is 50 km/h, on dual carriageways 80 km/h and on motorways 100 or 120 km/h, otherwise stated by signs. In town, the speed limit is 40km/h and on the school areas the limit is usually 30km/h. You can visit Finland anytime, all depends on the kind of experience you may want to have.

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