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In the far North of Finnish Lapland lies the arctic region of Inari-Saariselkä. The unique northern countryside, national parks, lake areas, rivers and highland fells offer a wealth of opportunities for year-round travel. The Northern Lights dance...more
Inari is the kind of place you can only try to imagine if you have not taken the time to stay and see the beauty of this Lapland village.
Walking around you can take in the views over the marina with the rows of boats...More
Stayed at Tradition Hotel Kultahovi which is located on a river. It's a pleasant place to stay and has excellent views of the rapids from the dining room and in my case, the bedroom as well. The Sami cultural centre is near and a cruise...More
Good to get in touch with the snows in the day. Can choose ranges of winter activities on the white land.
Be prepared to fight against sleepiness and the cold in the night for the fascinating northern lights! It is tough but sure will not...More
Saariselka has all kinds of adventure you need for your vacations. I went to the snow walk and saw the arctic nature. In the evening, it was possible to see the northern lights at the top of the ski station. Unforgettable!
Hello, Usually the snow comes in October / November, and stays until May. Good way to stay updated on the current situation is to follow @exploreinari on Instagram or Facebook. This year the first snow came in early October... More
Hello, Usually the snow comes in October / November, and stays until May. Good way to stay updated on the current situation is to follow @exploreinari on Instagram or Facebook. This year the first snow came in early October, melted after a day, and now (23.10.18) the temperature is below zero but there is no snow. Last year the permanent snow came around mid-October.