SÁMILAND  VILLAGES – FOR ETERNAL FRIENDS OF LAPLAND

Sámiland is the home of thriving Sámi culture. For the traveller, it is like a string of pearls, something that everyone experiences differently, at their own pace. For many, Sámiland is the most beautiful place in the world; a place where, at long last, you can breathe freely and welcome tranquillity within. Sámiland is widespread and wild. It is the land of sparkling waters, glistening stars, fell highlands, untouched wilderness and the Northern Lights. Sámiland cherishes hospitality. Sámiland is the place for eternal friends of Lapland.

Alaköngäs Waterfall and Museum Road

Around ten kilometres south of the Nuorgam village is Alaköngäs waterfall on the Tenojoki River. Alaköngäs waterfall is a spectacular whitewater area that is particularly favoured by people fishing for salmon. Alaköngäs is also the departure point for the historic Museum Road (Museotie).

The River Tenojoki covers a distance of 250 kilometres, and is a sub-Arctic boundary river between Finland and Norway. It is a well renowned and popular fishing river, as well as being the largest and most fish abundant salmon river in Northern Europe.

Toteutus: Iggo Oy