The Inari-Saariselkä resort offers an authentic experience to visitors seeking untamed nature and an original culture.
There are plenty of destinations and sights amidst the regional landscape including two national parks, the Lemmenjoki National Park and the Urho Kekkonen National Park. The purest of the large wilderness lakes in Finland, Lake Inarijärvi, is a sight to behold. The living history of Lapland’s gold is a chapter in itself, as is the history of the three branches of Sami culture up here in the far North.

The wonders of nature and the hand of man in nature.

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Design House Idoli

Exhibition and shop for top Finnish design on the shores of Lake Inarijärvi presents the product of 10 Finnish design idols.

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Gold Prospector Museum

Tankavaara is home for the only international museum in the World displaying past and present of gold panning and prospecting.

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Hotel Kultahippu

Hotel Kultahippu is located right in the heart of Ivalo, on the banks of the Ivalojoki River, within immediate vicinity of all the services and the beautiful nature.

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Siida, Sámi Museum and Nature Centre

Siida is a central meeting place in Inari, the heart of the Sámi Area in Finland. It is a window on Sámi culture and the diverse nature of Northern Lapland.

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Star Arctic Hotel

Star Arctic Hotel is located on the top of the Kaunispää Mountain “Beauty Hill” of Saariselkä. From inside the hotel or any room, you can experience the full view of Saariselkä as well as immerse you into the beautiful arctic landscapes in the distance.

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Tankavaara Gold Village

Tankavaara Gold Village, the gate of Lapland’s gold fields, is located directly at the road E75, 30 km south of Saariselkä.

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The Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos

The Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos is situated on the bank of River Juutuanjoki in Inari Finland. Sajos is the centre of Sámi culture and administration.

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Horse riding

Let the steady feet of the Finnish horses take you on an excursion into the magical nightless night of Lapland, amidst the autumn colours and the wintery snow-covered landscape. Under…

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Mountain biking

There are plenty of local routes to choose from, ranging from more difficult rocky trails to easy forest roads. Naturally, you don’t need to bring your own bike along, as…

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Late winter

In the Inari-Saariselkä region the winter lasts well over half a year. The snow is at its thickest in the period from March-April at almost a metre deep. In the…

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Sami culture

The Sami are the only indigenous people in Lapland and the whole of the European Union. They inhabited the area long before any state borders were drawn. Approximately 9,000 Sami…

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