Arctic honeymoons

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
The snowy landscapes of the Arctic have an ethereal quality, made all the more romantic when set against the Northern Lights. The Aurora Zone arranges wintery honeymoons in surreal and deeply romantic hideaways. Stay in a glass igloo and marvel at the mystical night skies above or splash out on a night in the ICEHOTEL® after a day's husky sledding or ice fishing.

Recommended tour operator: The Aurora Zone

The Aurora Zone says

Winter honeymoons are simply magical – imagine snuggling up together in a hotel made entirely of ice and snow or in a cosy log cabin surrounded by dreamy snowscapes and peaceful woodland.

  • Ice hotels
  • Snow adventures
  • Unique experiences

Above all else, though, are the Northern Lights – the jaw-dropping Aurora Borealis from which we take our name. They are as romantic as they are awe-inspiring and we like to think no-one does it better.

We provide unique, hand-crafted holidays which marry expertise and local knowledge to provide unforgettable experiences throughout the autumn and winter months in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland.

We believe there is absolutely no substitute for local knowledge which is why we work with local partners to create experiences that allow you to really get beneath the skin of your chosen destination and see the very best of it, whether it’s for a minimoon or longer stay.

Here are some of our most popular winter honeymoon ideas.

For something really special, there’s a range of ice and snow hotels – for example, you can stay in a glass igloo marvelling at the Northern Lights while lying in a warm bed, opt for a log cabin for a spot of glamping or treat yourselves to the ICEHOTEL® or Treehotel for the ultimate experience.

In Finnish Lapland, we offer a thrilling adventure honeymoon, staying in Torassieppi Reindeer Farm and Winter Cottages with a night in an Aurora Dome and activities from a husky sled safari to ice fishing.

We provide warm weather clothing for all our winter trips so you don’t need to worry about buying special gear.

Find out more about our full range of Northern Lights honeymoon ideas.

Images courtesy of Kirkenes Snow Hotel and Antti Pietkainen

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