Levi offers a pace of life that will make your holiday an experience – it begins gently in the morning and throbs in the evening to the sound of dance music. There’s no risk of running out of things to do.
Saariselkä–Ivalo–Inari is Europe's northernmost holiday resort where travellers can experience the mystery of Lapp culture. Enjoy the fantastic outdoor activities with modern facilities and genuine hospitality.
Utsjoki offers a natural environment where you can slow down. The vibrant Sami culture, glowing in the northern light of the Arctic Ocean, is full of stories, things to see and experiences for everyone.
Kilpisjärvi and its great fells are part of Finland’s national heritage. Even on the Lappish scale, this region offers something mystical that other areas can only dream about. Visit the only arctic village in Finland any season of the year.
Salla – the place to breathe the fresh air and see the beauty of the wilderness. Here you can swim in a crystal-clear lake, walk in the white forest, feel the magic of the polar night and enjoy an open fire.
Pyhä–Luosto visitors can enjoy Finland’s southernmost fell range in a national park. It's a diverse region that offers unhurried atmosphere, genuine Lapp culture and modern services for anybody ready for an adventure.
Kemijärvi–Suomu, located in the heart of the wilderness, provides opportunities especially for country and downhill skiers. Traditionally the region is a reindeer husbandry area which makes it a popular place for families and animal lovers.
Take a look at the geographical shape of Finland and you’ll see why people call her “The Finnish Maiden”. At the tip of her thumb is the only part of the country where peaks rise 1,000 metres above sea level. Nestled in those peaks you will find a tiny village called Kilpisjärvi, home to roughly a hundred year-round residents. One of them is 25-year-old snowmobile guide Jussi Rauhala.
The Sámi area of Northern Lapland offers year round unlimited outdoor and indoor activities, and most of all close contact with the unique culture of the Sámi – the only indigenous people of the European Union.