Northernmost Lapland is far away in the North, yet just a few hours from Southern Finland. You can get to Lapland with multiple ways, and often the trip is an experience in itself.
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There are available ready-made route suggestions that can be the basis for your own travel plan. Tune your own route and conquer the diverse north.
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Select the time, number of people, number of rooms, and the star rating of accommodation. Explore the areas of the route and the highlights of the region.
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Select the hotels you want to stay in and the number of nights in the destination. Add the activities you like for separate days. All prices of service providers are in real-time.
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If you do not use your own car on the way, you can add a rental car to your route. Fill in the passenger details and pay for the package with a credit card.
Sparkle of Gold in Northern Lapland
The history of gold is strong in the Inari-Saariselkä region. Start your journey by exploring the history of gold in domestic and international culture at the world's only international Gold Museum in Tankavaara.
Destinations: Ivalo - Saariselkä - Lemmenjoki National Park
Memorable North Lapland road trip
Inari-Saariselkä region has two of the biggest national parks in Finland, Strict Nature Reserve of Kevo, 6 wilderness areas and Inari hiking area. In Saariselkä alone there are 200 kilometers of marked routes to be explored. Get to know national parks and nature sights during your road trip in Northernmost Lapland.
Destinations: Inari - Kaamanen
From Tankavaara to Nuorgam
In the heart of the Sámi land
Start your trip in Saami from Inari. Get to know Sámi culture at the Sámi Museum and Nature Centre in Siida and the Sámi Cultural Centre in Sajos. Siida’s exhibitions provide a cultural experience for all the senses. Learn and understand the life and traditions of Europe’s only indigenous people, which are still present in Inari and throughout the region.
Destinations: Ivalo - Nuorgam - Kirkenes
Get familiar with Sámi culture
National Parks and Wilderness Area
What do the two largest national parks in Finland mean? It means a comprehensive network of marked and maintained routes throughout the year. It means an endless amount of untouched nature where you are completely equal to nature. You will travel at the pace of nature with your favorite hobby or you will rediscover or experience it for the first time.
Destinations: Saariselkä – Nellim – Inari – Utsjoki – Nuorgam
Discover endless wilderness
Saariselkä by bike
For mountain biking, we have something even better than mountains – our open fells. Take a snowy trail to the top and admire the infinite chain of round fells that don’t grow trees in the arctic climate. When the night falls, snuggle up by the fire or venture out to the pubs of an original Lapland village. Open Fell Biking in Saariselkä is a one of a kind experience.