Finnish Lapland tailor-made holidays
Covering an area roughly the size of Portugal, Finnish Lapland is a vast area of wilderness, home to Sami Reindeer herders and brown bears. It is a landscape of legendary tales and the dazzling beauty of the midnight sun.
The only indigenous people in Europe, many of the Sami still live a traditional lifestyle on the tundra, making this the perfect region to find out more about the local lore and traditions. Alternatively travel the wilderness with a Sami guide on dog sledging or snow mobile trips.
Lying partly within the Arctic Circle, this is also a popular area with the locals for skiing and is home to over 70 ski resorts. The resorts are mainly small, local affairs, interspersed with larger complexes - though cross-country skiing is enjoyed region wide.
This is one of the most relaxing spots in Finland, whether you're engaging in activities on the slopes, watching the Northern Lights, or enjoying the scenery from a cosy log cabin, the stark beauty of Finish Lapland arises from your proximity to the untamed wilderness.
Top itineraries in Finnish Lapland
Your base for this four-day Santa break in Lapland, Finland is the Harriniva Hotel, a cosy retreat high up in the Arctic Circle, complete with jacuzzis on the riverbank and a private husky farm.
Muotkan Maja Wilderness Lodge is a charming log-cabin style lodge by the Saariselkä fells in Kakslauttanen and makes a wonderful alternative to either Nellim Wilderness Lodge or Hotel Kakslauttanen.
Top places to stay in Finnish Lapland
An ideal setting for a winter getaway, Harriniva is found on the banks of the picturesque Muonio River, winding through the Finnish Lapland and banked by rich emerald forests
The clear waters of Jerisjärvi transform into a vast icy plain as the annual freeze sets in, and this winter playground awaits each morning as you step out of your timber cabin.
The snow Village consists of a snow hotel, ice restaurant, ice cocktail bar, chapel and galleries of spectacular snow and ice art to explore.
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