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SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL DESTINATIONS AND COMPANIES IN FINLAND

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Finland’s untouched and pristine nature is at the core of Finnish life and its sanctity is paramount for all Finns – and visitors alike, we hope. Living sustainably and in harmony with the environment is deep-rooted here and is an essential element of responsible travel.

If you’re looking for greener and more sustainable companies and destinations in Finland, look no further. On this page, you’ll find the destinations and companies that have been awarded the Sustainable Travel Finland label by Visit Finland.

WHAT IS THE SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL FINLAND LABEL?

To help the tourism industry in Finland to adopt sustainable practices, Visit Finland has developed the Sustainable Travel Finland programme. The programme is designed for Finnish tourism companies and destinations to develop more sustainable practices.

The participants that have undergone the STF programme and fulfilled the criteria, get the Sustainable Travel Finland label. So, when you spot a destination or a company that has the Sustainable Travel Finland label, you know they take sustainability seriously. And don’t worry – the companies and destinations will also be audited regularly.

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Hotel Hullu Poro

Hotel Hullu Poro is located in the heart of Levi village, only 15 kilometres away from Kittilä airport. All the services Levi centre has to offer can be reached by foot. Hotel Hullu Poro has 157 beautifully decorated rooms: 130 double rooms equipped with private saunas, bath tubs or steam showers, 16 family rooms up to four people and 11 two-storey apartments for up to six persons.

Salla Museum of War and Reconstruction

The museum’s permanent exhibition is a trip through time, from the beginning of the twentieth century to the 1960s, telling the history of Kuoloyarvi (Finnish: Kuolajärvi) i.e. Salla. The name of the municipality was changed to Salla in 1936. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the outdoor exhibition area of the museum can be visited, which highlights traditional livelihoods and the wartime, as well as local superstitions with the help of the Elfland tour. The Salla Museum has a café and museum shop. The Rajakievari tavern is located in the yard of the museum and it also functions as a venue for events and private bookings. The Rajakievari tavern exhibits tavern traditions and is also a space for changing exhibitions.

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