The Sami family firm Ahkun Tupa/Lemmenjoen Lomamajat Oy is located on the banks of the Njurgulahti bay in the village of Lemmenjoki.
Angeli reindeer farm locades 10 km from Inari. Reindeer herder family offers Home Visits.
Camping Lapinkylä is a camping ground and holiday village located in a picturesque place in the centre of Utsjoki.
The holiday village has high-standard cabin accommodation. All cabins provide views over the Tenojoki River and Norway.
Find authentic Lapland in the small villages of Northern Finland and Northern Norway.
Hotel Ivalo is located in the village of Ivalo on the embankment of the Ivalojoki River.
Hotel Korpikartano, a former village school, is located on the banks of the tranquil wilderness lake of Menesjärvi.
This legendary Saami family owned and run hotel is located in Inari Saami village, on a pristine spot next to River Juutua rapids.
Inari Parish manages the Pielpajärvi Wilderness Church, Inari Sámi Church, Ivalo Church and the Saariselkä Chapel within the Municipality of Inari.
Ivalo Trek Lapland offers individually implemented experience trips within the Ivalo and Inari districts.
Kammigalleria offers visitors opportunity to explore the reindeer antler works, handmade reindeer antler jewellery and works of art made by Kikka Laakso.
Lapin Luontoloma is Saariselkä’s oldest and most experienced activity service enterprise, with operations beginning in 1982.
North Village operates as the central booking agency and tour operator for the Saariselkä area.
Nuorgam Holiday Village is located in the northernmost village of Finland and the European Union, Nuorgam.
Paltto Elämysretket/Ateljee Huopapirtti is located on the shores of the Njurgulahti bay in the village of Lemmenjoki.
Located in the village of Menesjärvi in the area lying between the Hammastunturi wilderness and the Lemmenjoki National Park, 30 kilometres from Inari.
Reindeerfarm Toini Sanila is located in Kirakka-Kannas on the shores of the Sevettijärvi Lake.
Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos is the largest congress and event building in northern Lapland.
Siida is home to the Sámi Museum, Northern Lapland Nature Centre and the Sarrit restaurant.
For over 25 years, Valkeaporo has engaged in panning for gold and taken guests on boat trips along the Lemmenjoki River.