We have two partner companies who can provide you with Airport parking, hotels and lounges. Pre-book any of these services through our partners and you can save up to 25% on your Airport parking, hotels or lounges.
Click here to visit APH's website or call them on 0844 871 7521 and quote 'ACAB' to the operator to ensure your discount.
Click here to visit Holiday Extra's website or call them on 0800 083 8746 and quote 'WV204' to the operator to ensure your discount.
- Thermal underwear
- Turtleneck or fleece sweater
- Trousers (cotton or fleece)
- Woollen socks
- Thermal jacket & trousers
- Boots (loose fitting to allow circulation)
There is no need to buy lots of expensive cold weather clothing before your holiday. We want to make your life as easy as possible so as a minimum you will be provided with:
• Insulated thermo overalls
• Winter boots
In many destinations you will also be provided with mittens, socks, warm hat and gloves.
The equipment provided should keep you comfortably warm.
However, the weather in Scandinavia can vary from month to month and can be unpredictable. In colder temperatures (usually December to February) you should be prepared to wear full winter clothing under your overalls.
Such items include thermal underwear, jogging bottoms, possibly two warm fleeces and a jacket or ski jacket. In warmer temperatures you can wear less underneath the overalls. It is also important to take into account the type of activity you will be taking part in each day. Activities such as snowshoeing and cross country skiing require you to be able to move freely and due to the energetic nature of the activity you don’t want to wear too much and overheat. Activities such as riding in a reindeer sleigh will require more layers as you move around much less.
An example of what you will need to wear:
Base layer - thermal underwear, thin socks
Middle layer - turtle neck or fleece sweater (wool is the best material), cotton or fleece trousers and woollen socks
Top layer - loose fitting snow boots to allow circulation and insulated thermo overalls
All the little extras to remember!
We will provide you with a detailed kit list outlining the essentials that you should take with you.
Recommended items include: thermal underwear, sunglasses, balaclava, head torch with spare batteries, swimming costume (for swimming and saunas).
Insurance is a vital part of any booking. We recommend everyone who books with us has travel insurance which includes cover for all activities featured as part of your trip.
If you would like to obtain cover for your trip please feel free to contact specialist insurance brokers, Campbell Irvine for a quote using one of the following steps.
1) Click here to apply for travel insurance.
2) Tel: 020 7938 1734
3) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do choose to take out a policy with Campbell Irvine, then any activity when booked through The White Circle is automatically insured subject to the appropriate premium having been paid to Campbell Irvine. Please note if you would like to participate in snowmobiling, downhill skiing or snowboarding you will be required to extend cover to include Section G Winter Sports which is subject to an additional charge. Dog sledding, cross country skiing and all other winter activities which are included in our holidays are automatically covered without the need to pay the Winter Sports additional charge. If you are planning to arrange any additional activities booked independently of The Aurora Zone, please check with Campbell Irvine to confirm cover.
The Activity Travel Company Ltd trading as The Aurora Zone is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Campbell Irvine Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.