Sleep in a glass igloo
Finland is a land of stark contrasts. In the summer months, the sun does not set at all in the northernmost parts of the country – hence Finland’s nickname “The Land of the Midnight Sun”.
In the winter, the opposite happens: the sun disappears for months. This time is called “kaamos”. During kaamos it is not completely dark, however. The bright snow, the moon and the stars, and, if you are lucky, the Northern Lights, create magical surroundings.
Perhaps the best way to experience these two extreme seasons is to sleep in a glass igloo or cottage, surrounded by nature.
Read more: Doze off under the Northern Lights