The Midnight Sun is one of the most amazing phenomena in Lapland during the summer months

During June and July, the Sun does not set below the horizon. Instead we experience some dumbfounding displays of colours as they slowly settle over the horizon. On this tour we will take you to the best locations around Rovaniemi to experience and photograph this unique natural phenomenon. We start from Rovaniemi and drive to a few different locations to catch the vivid light of the sunset. The tour is scheduled around midnight, so that we are able to photograph the best moments of both the sunset and the sunrise!
We take you to locations chosen for their great scenery and the nature around us. We will photograph next to rivers and lakes, forests and wilderness areas, in order to capture authentic Lappish landscapes under the Midnight Sun. We will teach you some basics of photographing in dusk light and how to catch all the amazing colours with your camera. During the tour we also set up a campfire and eat some grilled sausages while experiencing the nightless night.

Notice! The exact time of the Midnight Sun in Rovaniemi is from 5th of June till 6th of July. We are running the tour already 1-month before and after the actual Midnight Sun as we are able to photograph beautiful light and sunsets during the other summer months too!

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For the single bookings, please contact us by email and we will make a reservation for you.

Expedition info

Length: 3-4 hours
Location: Rovaniemi
Available: May – August
Start: 21:00
Operated: Every day
Team: max. 8 persons / tour
(minimum 2 persons)
What is included:
  • private expedition guide
  • drinks and snacks
  • Hotel pick-up & drop-off
  • minivan transportation
  • necessary equipment (mosquito nets & repellents, raincoats)

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