Lapland Welcome Oy
Located in Lapland – Lapland Welcome is a registered package tour operator and an incoming travel agency, a destination management company (DMC) and an activity programme provider. Whether you wish…
Inari-Saariselkä is far away in the North and yet just a few hours from southern Finland and Europe. Lapland is well connected to the world through flights, highways and a railway. Find out here all the necessary travel information and how to get around in the Far North.
You can quickly reach Finland’s northernmost airport Ivalo from Helsinki aboard Finnair and Norwegian. During the winter months, there are also connections from European cities, not to forget the numerous charter flights. Buses, rental cars and taxis are at your service at Ivalo airport.
The train will take you to Rovaniemi, where you will find various bus connections to Northern Lapland. You can travel to Inari-Saariselkä by bus. The bus routes take you through some of the most magnificent scenery, as far as the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
There is a regular bus connection to Saariselkä and Kakslauttanen / Kiilopää to and from each scheduled flight by Eskelinen bus. See the route and timetable below.
Transportation service Ilmari Slant provides connections to and from most scheduled flights towards Ivalo and Inari. See the timetable and booking link below.
Ski Bus operates in Saariselkä during the winter season. The bus departs Ivalo bus station in the morning, and runs in Saariselkä area for the day, returning to Ivalo at the end of the day. Ski Bus is a convenient way to move around Saariselkä!
Local professional drivers know the vast region inside out and can safely drive you to your destination. Bus charter companies organise trips that will take you through some of the most magnificent scenery, as far as the shores of the Arctic Ocean. A rental car provides you with the freedom to travel wherever you like, according to your schedule.
See the professional reputed taxi operators and other transportation companies below and hop aboard for a journey through northernmost Lapland!